Archive for March,2017

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

March 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

In the middle of January, an email came across my desk with a single called, “Breathless”. The song written and performed by Howard Baker, better known by the moniker Senator, piqued my interested. The song had an interesting story behind its inspection. […]

New Portals Release EP, Stereo

New Portals Release EP, Stereo

March 20, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Irish pop group, New Portals, released an intriguing EP, Stereo, that encompasses, of course, pop, but also blends in synth, dance and a sensible 80s throwback vibes. The wife and husband duo of Ruth and Mike Aicken have put together one of the […]

1 AMVRKA: Defying The Genre Game

1 AMVRKA: Defying The Genre Game

March 17, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Making music in 2017 is much different than it was back when. The “indie” movement has not only allowed artists from around the world to release their music through various mediums, it has also forced record labels to back off […]

Jen Janet Gets Dangerous On Solo EP

Jen Janet Gets Dangerous On Solo EP

March 17, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

It is a difficult thing to do a solo project, well, EDM/pop singer/songwriter Jen Janet, best known as the vocalist and keyboardist for Blind Revision, has done just that with her debut EP, Dangerous. After releasing new music with Blind Revision, […]

96 One Dream Debuts EP 1

96 One Dream Debuts EP 1

March 15, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

It is a bite-sized sampling, but the four track, three originals and a remix, EP 1 from British duo, 96 One Dream is actually quite a surprise. Channeling some of the 1990s and 2000s trance/dance pop vibes, best friends Vanessa Rogers […]

Khalid Drop Debut American Teen

Khalid Drop Debut American Teen

March 14, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Khalid, a 19-yr old El Paso-native, released his debut album, American Teen, with the hopes and dreams of a generation of soul, R&B artists riding on his coattails. Imagine for a moment if a young Al Green was transported from […]

MIEARS: Walking Dogs & Creative Outlets

MIEARS: Walking Dogs & Creative Outlets

March 13, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Michelle Miears, known simply as MIEARS, caught our attention earlier this year with her outstanding EP, Who Will Save You? and the Houston-based electro-pop artist is doing something a little different than your typical synth-based music. She is continually stretching […]

LUUNA Drops Moonflower EP

LUUNA Drops Moonflower EP

March 10, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

As we press into March the number of new albums and EPs released increase exponentially. That means there is lot of competition for our ears, well, LUUNA has put together a debut EP, Moonflower, that differs from most other EPs. The trio from […]

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