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Minke Laments in The Tearoom

Minke Laments in The Tearoom

March 08, 2019 - (0) comments - Reviews

It has been a long time coming for Leah Mason, better known by her stage name Minke, to break-through with her debut EP, The Tearoom. Through a series of unfortunate circumstances, the British songstress finally got her break with her […]

Joshua Powell Explores New Territory

Joshua Powell Explores New Territory

January 31, 2019 - (0) comments - Reviews

We have been following the Anderson, IN-based artist/songwriter, Joshua Powell, for years. The first time I experienced the music of the long-haired blonde rocker was in 2012 with the release of an early 3-song EP, We All Say Hello. And […]

VISTA Reaching Goals and 2019 Outlook

VISTA Reaching Goals and 2019 Outlook

November 27, 2018 - (0) comments - Interviews

We had a chance to catch up with alt-rockers, Greg Almeida and Hope Vista, to chat with them about their latest VISTA tour, their new singles, “Born For Blood” and “Witch Hunt”, and more. Check out what the New York-based […]

LOVE SICK Debuts No Sleep

LOVE SICK Debuts No Sleep

November 20, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When the Scottish duo, LOVE SICK, dropped their first single, “Bullet”, back in September of 2017, we knew that they were something special. They followed up their debut single with a series of unique brand of electro-pop tracks that focused […]

Mothica Returns With Ashes

Mothica Returns With Ashes

November 09, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

I am sure that this has been said before, but Mothica‘s music is the flame and we are the moths. Cliché, for sure, but completely accurate. The NYC-based, via Oklahoma, singer/songwriter McKenzie Ellis, took her unique dark pop sound another giant […]

PREMIERE: Saint Slumber Has A Fever

PREMIERE: Saint Slumber Has A Fever

November 01, 2018 - (0) comments - Featured, Reviews

Saint Slumber decided to cover a well-known song.  Although many people may consider “Fever” an Elvis Presley song, it was in fact made popular in 1958 by Peggy Lee, two years after Little Willie John released it – although his version did […]

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

I M U R Shows Brilliance on Thirty33

October 30, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Almost two years ago, Vancouver’s I M U R reached out to us to review their, at the time, new album, Little Death. It was a revelation and something different that caught our attention immediately. The Canadian trio of vocalist/keys […]

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