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David Anthony Zee Truly ‘Can’t Sit Still’

There will always be something to be said about sticking with a craft for years. When there is a passion for something, keep doing it. Your skills, talent, and experience will continue to grow. Combine that with the strength to do your own thing and not conform to what ‘the masses’ want and you will […]

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Cardosia Street Lets ‘The River Inside Of Me’ Flow

Sometimes the greatest things come out of random happenings. Music is well known for this. Not just in inspiration but also in collaboration. Our recent discovery Cardosia Street is the result of some fun times that turned into some fun music and a fun album. The River Inside of Me is a gentle breeze of […]

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UniversalDice Releases “Once Upon A Time” 

In the vast cosmos of rock ‘n’ roll, where trends flicker and fade like stars in the night sky, UniversalDice emerges as a steady beacon of authenticity—a guiding light amidst the ever-changing landscape of the genre. With their latest single, “Once Upon A Time,” Gerry Dantone and company deliver a soul-stirring anthem that not only […]

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Derek Frank Shares His ‘Origin Story’

The music business is much bigger than most people realize. There are so many talented musicians that play on the biggest records and on the biggest stages…… that go practically unnoticed. The happy life of the touring/studio musician. It is often a comfortable career doing what you do best. Playing music. But even after years […]

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Shoot Me!!! by Electric Peace runs rampant.

To live a life in music. Being a part of the music business is an adventure unto itself. In this adventure we experience things that most won’t. Navigating the good and bad times become phenomenal memories we take to the grave. Those memories/stories will be worth more than gold when we rest for eternity. There is something extra […]

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Christian Parker Takes Flight With his Byrds tribute ‘Change Is Now’

Strap yourselves in for a roots rock revival. Our friend Christian Parker puts aside his usual singer-songwriter fare and dives headfirst into all the jangly glory of The Byrds on his latest album, Change is Now: A Tribute to The Byrds. Forget nostalgia acts churning out tired covers – Parker breathes new fire into these […]

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Eric Ezra Enters Our Mind on ‘Amphibian’

The human mind is complex. Inner torment can see your emotions wrestling with each other, each competing for thought dominance as you go through life’s experiences.  That battle materializes with new album Amphibian by Eric Ezra. Each track on the album feels like a psychological dance, one moment angry, the next close to tears.  Amphibian […]

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The Heard Eye Groove Into ‘Funkalypse’

Lockdown funkateers The Heard Eye do a fine job of driving body-moving beats underneath big pop/rock hooks on the group’s recent album Funkalypse.  Available now on all major platforms, Funkalypse is a solid session from one end to the other. The band’s blending of old-school funk and Beatles/ELO-level melodic songwriting is a truly intoxicating mix […]