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Music You Should Know Review

MITCH LADDIE SHOWS CHANGE CAN BE GOOD WITH HIS NEW ALBUM ‘WAVE OF ILLUSION’

Mitch Laddie is known for the way he makes his guitar sing the blues. Listen to his albums Burning Bridges, This Time Around, Let You Go and Another World to hear his talents at work. However, early this year his single “Musk” showcased a different sound and surprised long term fans. No longer stealing the […]

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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Trynket

As an artist trying to plan for a long career, you must be open to evolving your sound. As inspiration abounds you must grow your music from what you experience. Our recent discovery Trynket has let her music evolve to the fresh sound she provides today. We caught up with the multi-genre artist to get […]

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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… From Venus

Sometimes a song will hit you but then get left aside as you work on something else. Going back to check on these lost morsels can often lead to new life and a song that hits at just the right time. Our recent find From Venus seems to have had this magic happen with her […]

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Riotron’s Second Single Will Always Be “There For You”

Featuring driving, melodic elements of electronica, synth-pop and new wave guitar, “There For You,” the second single from electro indie-pop artist Riotron, directly encapsulates the concept that those we love are always within us. According to the man behind Riotron himself, indie-pop rocker Jeff Fettes, the single is about how we can manifest those closest […]

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Mia Berg’s Talent Shines Through in Latest Ethereal Release, “You Decided”

Hidden from the world until recently, Norwegian singer-songwriter Mia Berg has stepped out from behind the curtain to share her passion for music with the rest of the world. Infusing dream and synth-pop vibes with chillwave beats, Mia first went public with her talent in 2018 and has released three singles since. Her latest song, […]

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Alan Dreezer Wants To Know ‘What You Didn’t Say’

Being in a band is a rite of passage for many musicians. This brotherhood of music often helps build up the confidence and love for the craft of creating music. On the other hand, being in a band can be limiting on your personal musical ideas and passions. Our recent discovery Alan Dreezer is now […]

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Blue Glass Reflects Introspection in Latest Album, Pale Mirror

Known for dreary weather and a prominent punk scene that appears to feed off the falling rain, Seattle stands at the epicenter of a rock renaissance in the Pacific Northwest. Following the glory of grunge and garage experienced in the 80’s and 90’s, a wave of synth and psychedelia is now crashing over the city […]

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Paper Jackets pulls the “Trigger” with new single!

Paper Jackets release the “Trigger” with their newest single! In light of releasing their debut EP, emerging indie-pop band Paper Jackets released the first single from Don’t Lose Your Head, “Trigger”!   “Trigger” is the synth-pop anthem of every 20-something-year-old, finding their way and living for each moment that comes with the journey. This electrifying bop […]