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Trickshooter Social Club Lights Up ‘Monte Carlo’

As music has progressed over the years, genres have gone in many directions. There have been many splintered offshoots. On the other hand there have been many successful bands that have found a way to merge multiple genres together to create their own unique sound. Recent find Trickshooter Social Club is one such band as […]

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Lords And Liars Release “Killdozer”

While the insularities of indie songcraft are enjoying an increased presence on the FM dial lately, the isolated feel of the new music video for metal outfit Lords and Liars’ “Killdozer” is different from any other I’ve encountered this year. We’re trapped inside a dark, dismal environment reinforced by the backdrop and implied evils on […]

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Fintan McKahey Wants Us To Let Go With His New Single ‘Lost Balloons’

Since a young age, Fintan McKahey has had a passion for creating audio art. There is nothing he likes more than bringing new music to life, either at his home or his newly built Ivy Hill Studios (which he also produces other artists work).  Whatever the location, this is an artist who loves to create […]

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Spend a “Weekend Night In America” with Josh Christina

There are very few artists that have successfully bridged the gap between genre and generations. Josh Christina definitely fits that bill with his newest single “Weekend Night In America.” As a singer-songwriter, piano enthusiast, and rock n roll revivalist (the most fitting of titles), Baltimore, Maryland native Josh Christina is a man of many talents. […]

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Elektragaaz Presents “The Synaesthetic Picture Show – Now Playing, Pt. 3″

Exotic Electro Act Elektragaaz returns with “The Synaesthetic Picture Show Now Playing Part 3,” released on all major musical platforms on September 14. The previous two EPs, also released by AIS Records and distributed by The Orchard, have been greeted with resounding critical praise with some reviewers going so far as to announce the EPs […]

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Molly Jenson Says ‘Goodbye’ To Negative Energy

Southern California singer/songwriter Molly Jenson recently released her newest album Goodbye. This sophomore album is rooted in the idea of “saying “goodbye” to the things and relationships that no longer serve us.”  Molly Jenson first released her music to the world back in 2005 with her debut album Maybe Tomorrow where she worked with producer […]

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‘We’re Not Kidding Around’ with Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers

This last year of lockdowns has hit everyone hard, especially the kids. The lack of interaction and new discoveries has caused some child development to suffer. Many musicians were locked up with free time on their hands as well. So our friend Frank Migliorelli made some things happen and has found a piece of the […]

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Brian Charles Tischleder Welcomes Us To ‘This Town’

Music comes out of all sorts of situations. There are many songs written out of times of joy and happiness. Then there is the other side. Unfortunately some of the greatest songwriting has come out of telling of some of the most terrible situations. We have recently discovered more of this from new friend Brian […]