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Love Ghost: “Scarlet Letter” – all the metaphors for a cruel society present in its story

The scarlet letter is meant to be a symbol of shame, a stigma someone bears for a misdeed he or she has committed. The term often refers to public shame forced upon a person as a means of ostracizing him or her. Those branded w...


Vessel Decimal – “CONVERSION: Level One” – their best work yet!

The appeal of Vessel Decimal – a band founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 2007 – lies in the sheer strength of the songwriting. Moreover there are powerful riffs, and you’ll get lost in the grooves, absorbing the punishing ...



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DJ D Glove & Larry Gordon: “Good Time” – This could be in the club, on radio, and on Top 40 charts

Daniel Glover, who goes by stage name DJ D Glove, is a DJ based in Florida and an Army veteran injured in Afghanistan. Larry Gordon is a singer and songwriter, who grew up singing with his family band in Dallas, Texas since he ...



Dennis DiChiaro Nominated For Two Josie Awards

2018’s been a phenomenal year for Dennis DiChiaro – #1 songs, multiple Platinum & Gold Discs Hall Of Fame member Dennis DiChiaro was caught totally by surprise when he opened his mail and saw that he was nominat...


Latest Single From Australia’s Born n’ Bred Called ‘White Lies’

The latest single release from Australian Country band Born n’ Bred reflects similar Country genre characteristics, including honesty and storytelling. However, this latest number from Born n’ Bread delves into the ...



Amilia K Spicer Releases New Single And Music Video “Harlan”

Los Angeles, CA – After a whirlwind year of touring around the United States, Americana songwriter Amilia K Spicer is thrilled to officially release “Harlan” as her third single from “Wow and Flutter.” The music video...


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GroovExpress Release “Geraldine” From Amsterdaam Album; Contemporary Jazz Band Challenges Fans About Songs Name Inspiration

There’s a new song by GroovExpress but which famous “Geraldine” was it inspired by? The 8 piece contemporary jazz band, from New Zealand leave fans guessing. This seems to be the message that Mykeljon Winckel, one of the ...


Camila Paiva delivers vocals that are intriguingly attractive

Camila Paiva was born in Brazil and as a toddler moved to Boston, Ma, where she grew up and spent most of her life, as well as where she got her start in the music scene. She remembers singing her own versions of American songs...



Asher Laub: “Finesse” effortlessly elicits emotion!

Asher Laub began classical violin training at the tender age of 2 and had already performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic by age 13. Known for breakdancing across stages with his LED electric violin, in addition to performing a...


Holiday: “Red Summer” (feat. Damsel Adams) has all the musical magnetism

Hailing from Los Angeles, Nick Holiday was adopted from Lebanon at a young age by a Greek Arabic family. He soon began playing the guitar and discovered his passion for music. In pursuit of his dream Holiday dropped out of his ...