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Aaron Wyanski delivers Hitchcock suspense in SCHOENBERG: Drei Klavierstucke, Op. 11 EP.

Being a music promoter was key in my discovery of new music. The need to pass out fliers was real. One day, I walked into a packed club. Crazy packed. I had no clue what genre the music fell under or who was performing. Easily one of the most memorable Monday nights in my life. […]

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New Rival Treats The Ears with ‘My Urban Condition’

An artistic mind is creative all the way through. I have found that musical artists often have talent in the visual arts as well. Our recent discovery Kenneth Cookson seems to be one of these super artistic minds. With his new musical project New Rival and debut album My Urban Condition this has been proven. […]

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Tim Foley Causes Us To ‘Stop Along The Way’

As solo songwriters, it is sometimes difficult to get all the sounds we hear in our heads into a recording. When we bring in other band members it can flesh out that full sound. This also allows for other musicians to add their own flair that often makes for a better finished product. (As long […]

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G Clef Fusion Continues to Experiment with ‘Recondite Obbligato’

When a musician is given the time to incubate and develop their sound great things will come. Add in the freedom to not need to fit into any specific genre and style and real sonic explorations can be made. Our previously covered artist G Clef Fusion is back with even more sounds to have us […]

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Kingsley Durant Opens Up The ‘Convertible’

As a musician you must always be ready and willing to accept the inspiration that comes upon you. Music has its way of leading you right where you need to be. Having an open mind to this muse has created great things. Long time musician Kingsley Durant has always done this and now a new […]

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Steven Blane Shares ‘Songs For New York Lovers’

When you are a creative person that has had success in one place for a long while, you feel a real connection to it. The music comes to you here. You owe the place something back. When that place is New York City and you are Steven Blane, the result is the album Songs for […]

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The Joe Marcinek Band Impresses With ‘5’

As a talented musician, there are not many things better than an open jam session with other talented players. Different personalities blend together their styles to create unique music. Often never to be reproduced. Our discovery of the Joe Marcinek Band furthers my belief in this random jam musical magic. The Chicago based project is […]

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A Cover Of A Classic, “Strangers In The Night”

Richard Snyder, known as Richy Snyder, has created a cover version of “Strangers In The Night,” originally made famous by Frank Sinatra, reaching Billboard’s number-one hit song in 1966. Richy Snyder, an artist inspired by Golden Era classics, Jazz, and his father, who co-wrote lyrics on “Strangers In The Night,” is most well known for […]