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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Robo Dukun

As we are all dealing with this crazy and unforeseen time in our history, musicians have to come up with unique ideas to entertain their fans, and themselves. Our new friend Robo Dukun put together a very interesting video for his latest track ‘Slompy Dockens’. We had a chance to chat with the bedroom artist […]

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IBG CONTRIBUTOR JAMES WILSON’S TOP 5 RELEASES OF 2019

Over the past few years, we have been spoilt with the quality of new music. Sadly, I don’t feel 2019 has followed that trend. Don’t get me wrong, there have been some excellent releases but not as many stand out when I think about my top 5 releases of 2019. But, I don’t want to […]

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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Zhe MilkyWay

The new music industry allows freedom. A songwriter does not need to stay within ‘the box.’ Just let the music flow however it will. Our recent find Zhe MilkyWay is the epitome of this. We caught up with the innovative artist for a chat. Enjoy the interview here: First off, what is the story behind […]

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Satellītes Gives Us Both “Love & Disaster”

This June, indie soul project Satellītes, the brainchild of a newly solo Jasmine Bleile, is stirring up a lot of buzz with fans and critics alike through the new single and music video “Love and Disaster.” In the track, Bleile uses the rigidity of the bassline to forge a soft, melodic core with her vocal, […]

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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… The Django Riders

Diving into the brains of musicians that have been doing it for a while is one of my favorite things to do. There is so much to learn and experience through their stories and tips they have picked up along the way. Recently we had the chance to chat with The Django Riders about their […]

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Reliant Tom Release Avant Pop/Funk Album With Bad Orange

Ian McKellen publicly spoke about the distress he experienced from the amount of green-screen acting he had to do while playing Gandalf in the recent Hobbit trilogy. He noted, “It’s not what I do for a living. I act with other people, I don’t act on my own.” This truth extends beyond acting to life: […]

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Cozmic Relies On His ‘Lady Luck’

To be a successful artist in today’s ‘what have you done for me lately’ society, you must be producing a steady stream of music and content for your fans. It also helps to stay in front of your fans on social media and connecting with them on a more personal basis. Our friend Cozmic has […]

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The Ripping Rivers Took The Time With ‘Ripped Gratification’

Many musicians can tell you it takes a lot of work and a lot of time to put together an album. Being critical of your sound and always seeking the elusive perfection is a curse with artistic types. Our recent discovery The Ripping Rivers put an extreme amount of time and work into their latest […]