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Diamond In A Rock
"Diamond In A Rock"

At first glance, The Smith III don’t look old enough to be musicians, let alone aspiring ones out to chase their dreams of making music full time. This family band made of up of siblings Jalyka age 11, Daylk age 9, and Alyk age 6, have potential despite…

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Hell of a Night
"Hell of a Night"

Sanghera is a San Francisco based rapper who writes music unique among rappers today, exuding talent and confidence (read: not cockiness) on his latest album Hell of a Night. The lack of biographical information on Sanghera’s various social…

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CitySpeak
"CitySpeak"

Do you remember the 1982 film Blade Runner? You know, the film with Harrison Ford and Edward James Olmos—it took place in Los Angeles in the year 2019 with flying cars, organic robots, and mega structures. No? In a way, Jesse Mason creates…

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Gumbo du Jour
"Gumbo du Jour"

Kagero's Gumbo du Jour pretty accurately describes itself—a speciality blend of sounds and genres that flows from the band's "Japanese Gypsy Rock" roots. What 8½ Souvenirs did with Django Reinhardt's music in the late 90's and Hot Club…

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Soldier (single)
"Soldier (single)"

J Almighty's faith in God unashamedly inspired the rapper to record his latest single, "Soldier." While some rappers hesitate to profess their Christianity for fear of being labeled 'soft' or in some way 'gospel,' J Almighty embraces it, and pulls strength…

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Stanford Hazy
"Stanford Hazy"

Finland’s Stanford Hazy have released a self-titled album which sounds heavily influenced by some of rocks biggest and best including Metallica and Korn. The group came into being when Antti (guitar), Matti (vocals), and J-P (drums) got together to…

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"Plastecene Terrain"

From a very young age KonstantinAS (London, UK) found a true affinity for music. He loved both Arabian and Indian music and the work of great musicians such as Jimmy Page and Ravi Shankar. He saw a vast, untapped realm of creativity and mind expansion…

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"The Corner of My Eye"

Okay, here we go. To begin to make an attempt at putting Dan Hazlett’s musical body of work in a box would be an act of musical treason. His work in studio whether it be behind the boards, in the vocal booth, or playing guitar, he truly has the ear…

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"Armed and Dangerous"

The EDM group Many Are Connected (M.A.C.) have recently released their single “Armed and Dangerous” off their full album titled Dream, which drops on May 25. The Marysville, Washington collective offers the song with a Dubstep remix and instrumental…

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El Valiente
"El Valiente"

Piñata Protest's new album El Valiente begins in epic fashion: an ominous futuristic synthesizer underscores a deep, mysterious voice broadcasting:

Presentando los mas chingones en la música Norteño punk
tocando…

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Hazard of the Die
"Hazard of the Die"

Colorado’s Andy Palmer set out to create a blues-rock inspired record and titled it Hazard of the Die, which has earned him comparisons to artists such as Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, and Tom Waits. On Hazard… the Tom Waits influence…

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"Borealis"

Richard Murray's solo debut album Desert Wind was released in 2007 to an appreciative and enthusiastic response from his fans. Fast-forward to 2013 and the Irish singer has done it again! His new album Borealis is set for a May 6th release…

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"Banksters"

Absoloot is smart. His Banksters album is a Hip-hop analysis of politics, crooked big-bank business practices, and an attack on the Countrywide mortgage scandals. While much of the mainstream rap game revels in sex, drugs, and spending ridiculous…

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"Bridgeburner"

Northeast Mississippi native Thomas Jackson is steeped in the rich cultural heritage of his home state—playing a traditional and humbling brand of country music. His latest effort entitled Bridgeburner, is a collection of country-folk songs…

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"The Heavy Guilt"

Sometimes timing can be the heaviest influencer in our success rate as people looking to achieve our goals. Timing couldn’t be any more perfect for San Diego’s, The Heavy Guilt. With the current state of affairs in popular music this bands arrival…

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"Paris | New York | Port-Au-Prince"

Paris | New York | Port-Au-Prince, the latest release by Haitian/French artist Karlex, displays a broad spectrum of musicality representing both his island and metropolitan cultures. Dubbed "the Bob Marley of Haiti," Karlex approaches this album…

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"Invitation"

Portland, Oregon’s Matthew Heller has gained praise and comparison to the likes of the Smashing Pumpkins tumultuous frontman Billy Corgan, both in lyrical sound and style. Heller writes songs that are far from lacking passion and realness, something…

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"Whitecaps on the Hudson"

Jamie Block needs no sentimental, ceremonial introduction. The gent has seen it all, from opening for indie star Bob Mould (among others) to being dropped by a major label—taking a Wall Street job to being called-out on the air by an NYC disc jockey.…

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"Tall Tales & Tiny Fables"

Hattiesberg, Mississippi’s own ‘Oh, Jeremiah’ is the moniker of singer/storyteller Jeremiah Stricklin. His debut EP shrewdly titled Tall Tales & Tiny Fables is a wholly constructed work of personal occurrences and fairy tale stories.

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"Fatback Circus"

Fatback Circus is a four-piece ensemble who resides in the city of Austin, Texas. Their style consists of a southern rock, folk-pop, and soft acoustic combination that’ll take you back into the good ol’ days! If you ever enjoyed bands like Creedence…

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"Three Cities"

Jason Daryush's Three Cities is a mellow, serious, acoustic-guitar driven EP. As a collection, the songs create an an air of concern, a reflection on life and society. Production-wise, the EP is reminiscent of Duncan Sheik's 1996 debut in its…

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"Soul Sonic Stimulation"

Motion Plus’ latest album Soul Sonic Stimulation is an honest and passionate Hip-hop record that will resonate with rap fans as well as fans of other genres. His decent rhymes and fusion of typical Hip-hop staples—drum machines, thumping…

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"Unconditional"

Brave Circle Song consists of two talented musicians, Dustin Morris and Lauren Gale. Dustin called Dallas, Texas "home," where he played with his band Dustin Morris and Songbird, before leaving the Lone Star State to meet Lauren in Denver, Colorado. After…

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"Funkspatial"

Limelight. That's what 45trona Ut's (pronounced "Astronaut") album Funkspatial brings to my mind. Throughout the 80's, 90's, and early 2000's, when you wanted to dance in NYC and didn't feel like heading into midtown, Limelight was where you…

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"Twenty-Something"

Paul Koudouris, is an independent self-taught singer-songwriter from San Antonio, Texas. After studying music and theatre at Point Park University Conservatory Program in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Regents College in London, England, Koudouris has decided…

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