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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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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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The Radio Hour is ‘Tim Hort’ on Latest Release

As a musician who has been in many different aspects of the music industry, sometimes you just want to put out something personal. Studio work is great. Being part of a band is fantastic. But working with others can limit an artist at times. Our new discovery Tim Hort of The Radio Hour is putting […]

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Kevin Holm-Hudson Dives Into Nature on ‘Milkweed’

When music is life some people are known to go all in. It is not always just a hobby you do on the side of your career. Often it can become the career, even without being a “rock star.” Our recent discovery Kevin Holm-Hudson has built a successful life with music as the focus. The […]

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Vittorio and The Bridges celebrate ‘Volero’

Moving around a lot can definitely provide some musical inspiration. Take in all the sights, sounds, and cultures and let them simmer around your mind. As a songwriter this will eventually turn into music for you. Getting it out into the world is the next necessary step. Our recent discovery Vittorio has done just that […]

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The Healers Are Set To Heal Your Soul

When an artist is willing to be part of ‘the scene’ for a long time, they will inevitably make some amazing connections. Playing alone in your bedroom does not offer that. Getting out there and meeting other like-minded musicians not only opens up immeasurable collaboration opportunities but it also exposes you to other styles of […]

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Stylusboy shares six stories about ‘Back in the Day’

To write music takes talent. To do so prolifically to a high standard is something else. An artist who has continued to impress with such frequency and high calibre is Stylusboy (aka Steve Jones). Since his debut release in 2009 (Fingerprint EP), he has continued to mesmerise listeners with his style of heartfelt indie folk. […]