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LUNA RISE – “Smoking Kills But Love Can Break A Heart” – all killer no filler!

Luna Rise, a Melodic-Rock band from Enns in Upper Austria, is back with a reissue of their album, “Smoking Kills But Love Can Break A Heart”, out now on the prestigious indie label, NRT-Records label. The album sees band m...
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Sarantos: “We Accept The Love We Think We Deserve” – examines emotional abuse

In his career, Sarantos has affronted many serious themes on love and relationships through his vast catalog of songs. For his latest release, he looks at the terrible theme of domestic abuse under its various guises, adding an...
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Oiki: “Hands Up!” is like a constantly morphing aural sculpture!

If you enjoy listening to anything within the EDM genre, then you will most likely love “Hands Up!”, the latest release by Miami producer Oiki. I honestly had never heard of Oiki until seeing the zany music video on Youtube...
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Yung Bru: “Shot of Patron” brings high energy into the booth!

Yung Bru delivers great metaphors and punch lines. Yung Bru is a 23 year old audio engineer, rapper, producer & mentor living and working in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Bru first began writing music at the age of...
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Junichi Arima: “23 Summit Ave – In Your Ear” – Thoughtful, beautiful, emotive and well-produced.

Berklee College of Music awarded Junichi the merit-based World Tour Scholarship. Junichi Arima is a young extraordinary bassist, composer and educator who has already made a big name for himself on the East Coast and in Japan. ...
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Sarantos: “Let’s Call It Love” -The warmth of a unique, tender and laid-back style

Sarantos is at his best when his complex melodic ideas are designed to slowly seep into your sub-conscious Successfully releasing yet another song from his upcoming debut album, Sarantos Melogia continues to juggle his busy sch...


 
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