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Pops Jr. – “New Bag 2” is upon us!

Pops Jr. is an emcee who is obsessed with originality. With every verse he tries to push the limit of rap as we know it. The follow up to what’s been dubbed a project “full of soon-to-be certified classic underground tr...


R&B and Pop sensation SHARMILA releases self-titled album

Netherlands based R&B pop sensation Sharmila has just dropped her latest album. The self titled album ‘Sharmila’ contains previously written songs and material providing a real variety of styles to listen to. The 9 trac...



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Nishit Gajjar’s EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is an interesting journey which will keep the listener attentive and engrossed

Creative Producer and Electronic Music Composer Nishit Gajjar’s new EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is rather a unique blend of Ambient, Post Rock and the New Age genre. The flow in each track is sometimes linear, partly dis...



Dark-Wave Trio Jonathan/Christian Releases There Third Album “Dark Hallways”

Transatlantic Dark Wave trio Jonathan/Christian is pleased to announce the release of its third album, Dark Hallways, on all major platforms. Dark Hallways features seven new original songs, covers of Pink Floyd’s “Nobody ...


Natalie Jean: “Unafraid” – has mastered the art of the ear worm!

I love Natalie Jean. I’m sure I’m not her target audience but I don’t care. I’ve got a thing for songs about strong, independent and capable women. Natalie fills that need. Her new album “Unafraid” is a solid fo...



Vince Adams: “Rain or Shine” – skilled songwriting, and gutsy, heartrending vocal performances

Vince Adams, an independent singer and songwriter from Los Angeles has released his new album entitled “Rain or Shine” on Feb. 8. Few rock n’ roll songwriters today succeed at blending genres, being literate, and being ...


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Announcing the 2015 Inductees into the Album Cover Hall of Fame

Latest class of honorees in the 7 major categories – as voted on by a world-wide panel of music, art and marketing experts in the area of album cover art & packaging – represents the “who’s who”...


Keith Richie: “March of the Inanimate” produces a unique listening experience

The popularity of 80s-infused, electronic film scores has been steadily increasing in recent years, due in part to the resurgence of the vinyl format and the successful analog-driven soundtracks of films such as Drive and Mania...



Phillip Foxley: “I’ll try ’till I die” reflects his growth!

Phillip Foxley is a songwriter/guitarist from the UK. He first picked up a guitar in the 1970s, playing clubs and bars. Over time, he found himself in studio sessions, house bands, and writing music for TV and film soundtracks....


Nytro: “Some Things Never Change” – rough-riding rhythms and some good chanting choruses

I was a Judas Priest fanatic in the late 70’s and the 80’s but fell away in the 90’s as I didn’t like the direction that Painkiller was heading in. Now in 2015 I see that the Priest is back to their old ...