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Jaief & Asong: “Don’t Need To” – cleverly focused and totally clean

The two friends Jaief & Asong live in separate cities in the south of Germany but plan and execute their musical projects with producer KasAkustix in Berlin. In 2014, with a baggage of musical tastes that stretch across gen...


Book Of Harmony: Liberal use of a great many of melodic and harmonic elements

Kind readers, if you know nothing of Book Of Harmony, start here. Book Of Harmony is a 7-piece NYC based Progressive Rock band who recently released their 14 track self-titled album. As is usually obligatory with this genre, th...



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Earl Adamant Allen: “Can’t Get Enough” – the kind of calm demeanor you don’t see with many a rapper

Listen to the latest track “Can’t Get Enough” by Earl Adamant Allen while you’re reading this. Do you hear that? It’s innovation in hip-hop. Adamant is a mic controller if there ever was one. His songs...



Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi: “Psycho at the Hospice Gates” is reaching out

Give Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi his due: His pretty relentless. For more than 30 years, the spirited Jewish punk has worked tirelessly to make his music count for something more than cheap thrills and mindless rebellion....


Deltiimo: “Now Sing Out Loud” ft. Amba Tremain & Devin Jade – incredibly consistent

Founded in the UK by dance music veteran Gary Louca, Deltiimo is a Portsmouth UK founded musical production and song writing team that specializes in releasing uplifting dance pop anthems. Deltiimo have collaborated with Bradon...



Han Sino & Parth Patadiya: “A Murder In Me: The SCoRe” – deep, intimate and intense

Han Sino is a hardworking sound designer and spoken word artist justly admired for his music and various releases. However, his remarkable soundtrack for Parth Patadiya’s short film “A Murder In Me” may be his masterpiece...


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Tyler Imbrey & The Ghost Review: “Misgivings” – a constant swirl of assorted acoustic resonance and swooping electric tones

The music by Tyler Imbrey & The Ghost Review is by turns harsh and sweet, downcast and uplifting, angry and joyous. They also tend to be smart, both lyrically and musically. It’s kind of their trick, to insinuate themsel...


New Audials 2018 Software for Collectors of Music, Movies and Series

Audials AG has released on Audials.com the new 2018 generation of its world-renowned and highly-acclaimed Audials Windows software. With a worldwide innovation and a large number of new features and improvements, it has never...



Chris Sullivan: “By The Light Of The Radio” invigorates the crossover Americana and rock music scene

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Chris Sullivan grew up in Charleston, South Carolina where he fell in love with and began playing music.  I won’t try and dazzle you with big fancy words or catch-phrases that no se...


The Keymakers: ‘Good for You’ – a strong sense of the present in the production

Boston-based, but Pittsburg, PA, born and raised, brothers Rome Alexander and Rederic form the musical project The Keymakers. Individually, the boys have been making music for as long as they can remember, but have been working...