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Ben Hemming finds himself with his new album ‘Marked Man’

Ben Hemming‘s musical journey sounds like it should be a song. What began in a dead-end job and the end of a relationship took him on an unforgettable trip to America. Once in the US, he picked up a used guitar and performed across the southern states. It’s a journey that taught him a lot […]

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Estani Shares With Us “Sometimes I Wish”

There are a couple of different ways that you can go retro in the studio, but to me, the best of them is incorporating concepts of the past with tonal brilliance of the future. This is essentially what Estani seeks to do with her throwback ballad “I Sometimes Wish,” and while it’s certain to evoke […]

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Savarre Shows Us Her “Scars”

The newest single, “Scars,” from SAVARRE is a cinematic anthem, telling of a journey through self-acceptance. This song is formed from the many facets of frontwoman Shannon Denise Evans, a singer-songwriter, composer, and in addition, a playwright, and novelist. The band puts together an avant-garde, indie-rock track that ultimately strives, and succeeds in telling its […]

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Rayon Baugh Gives Us A Look At “City Of God”

The natural instinct of most gospel singers is to be soulful, even when they don’t take direct influence from soul music per se, but for Rayon Baugh, he owes as much to the secular as he does the spiritual in his new single and music video “City of God.” Rather than putting up a big […]

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Joss Jaffe Shows Us The ‘Sun Mountain Sea’

Music can be so much more than just sound. There is a power in certain musical creations that can expand minds, body, and soul. Our friend Joss Jaffe is an artist that has found the power to do this and build a grand library of meaningful music. Growing up in Carpinteria, California, some of the […]

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Womankind makes a Statement With”Free Woman”

To make impactful music and, for that matter, to be a prolific pop artist, you’ve got to leave the labels and the borders to the critics and media talking heads to debate. Living your musical identity through the lens of a predetermined style or aesthetic is akin to simply writing jingles for Nabisco; there’s no […]

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ROOM 11 bring the party to “We All Fall Down’

ROOM11 are coming out swinging for their debut single, “We All Fall Down”. Birthed during the pandemic, good fiends Robbie Pinnetto (guitars) and Chrisy Finn (vocals) decided to put their musical talents together to form this rocking partnership. They began by taking their music around London. The reviews they received were great, and they were […]

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Steve Markoff & Patricia Lazzara Bring Flute to “Layla”

Some songs stand as an icon, representative of an artist, and evocative of emotions just by the name alone. Eric Clapton’s “Layla” is one such song, carrying with it the history and distinction of its famous performer. Clapton is covered by prolific flutists Steve Markoff & Patricia Lazzara, returning again to reimagine another classic song. […]