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The Weather Station Evokes Emotion with “Floodplain”

When I was younger, I was introduced to the only song that causes me to tear up every single time I hear it. This song was “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. Hearing the voice of Stevie Nicks singing “I’ve been afraid of changing, ’cause I’ve built my life around you” created a feeling of such pure, […]

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Rev GK – Sharing Positivity Through Music

When you have a strong message that you wish to share, pouring your heart and soul into your music can help reach many more people.  This is not always easy without sounding condescending or preachy but our latest find Rev GK seems to have found that balance. The New Hampshire resident and New York native’s […]

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Christopher Brooks – Live Performing Leads To Fantastic Songwriting

One of the greatest way to perfect your songwriting skills is to just get out there in front of people and play your songs.  Take the feedback from the audience and learn what works and pour that into your music.  A great example is Christopher Brooks who has become quite the songwriter. The guitarist and […]

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Forsaken Veteran of the Drug Wars – Folk/Rap Fusion With A Message

Most of the best music out there has a real story to tell behind it.  It becomes even better when 2 seemingly completely different individuals can combine to share their take on a common issue.  This happened perfectly recently with a rapper and folk artist coming together for a common goal.   J.Smo of BUNKS […]

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Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons: Making it New

A good artist takes styles and themes from older art and adopts it as their own. Originality does not rely on thinking of something nobody else has thought of, but on putting your own spin on something. Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons follow this concept in their own work, and the result is music […]