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INTERVIEW: Instrumental music producer illrecur

illrecur is the moniker used by Jeremy Allen Pursell. The American music project was founded by Pursell, the only official member. Since 1997, thirty-nine instrumental albums have been released. The music explores a wide range ...


illrecur: “Mnemonics” – epically cinematic!

Music is a powerful ‘stream of consciousness’ enhancer, because it literally lights up both hemispheres of your brain, releasing a constant current of dopamine. The best kind of music for this experience is lyric-free instr...



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Casey Frensz: “Captain Queso and the Revealing Science of Groove” maintains a fiery and experimental flavor

Let’s say you were born an undeniable genius, a composer, and music producer, who plays over 20 instruments. You spend a few years working tirelessly at your craft and releasing 2 albums that are desperately crying in the...



Elmo Karjalainen: “Back Where We Belong” – amalgamations of both earthly and atmospheric spectrums

I know Elmo Karjalainen as a metal rocker, but he is a musical chameleon. He is an amazing musical arranger, composer and player. You could put a banjo in his hand and he’d make it sound like an orchestra. Elmo is one of thos...


Revolutionary artist ‘Delicassie’ announced the release of her latest single “Chosen”

Charlotte, NC.  – Sherika Watkins also known as “Delicassie” announced her latest independent single “Chosen” bringing about an exclusive soulful song mix of Contemporary Christian/ soul and gospel music releasing on...



The Used Notes: “Scream Please” will meet a variety of listeners tastes

Music has the power to change the conversation on mental health. Whether you’re a rock ‘n’ roll lover, pop aficionado, or hip-hop head, artists connect with fans across a wide variety of genres. While it seems like most h...


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Jakson: “Light One Up” – an ear for light and wistful melodies

In the rap game, SoundCloud has grown to a point where it simply cannot not be ignored anymore. Employing a wildly aggressive and blown-out aesthetic, the flag-bearers of the genre are soaring through the streaming ranks and ar...


Love Ghost: “Mr. Blue” pays close attention to detail

I am naturally resistant and extremely critical of most rock music released after nineties – okay I am a dinosaur of sorts. But honestly, I have not heard a lot of rock music since, that meets up to the artistry and craft...



At only 16, Shannon K has already worked with the best!

Shannon K is a 16 year old singer who was born in India and moved to London at the age of 6, but not before initially appearing on stage at just 4. Her father, Kumar Sanu, is one of the most decorated and award winning vocalis...


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Kilo M.O.E: “Keys To The M.O.E” – sharp as a guillotine!

In a world of repetitive mumble rap and boring trap beats, an album like “Keys To The M.O.E” comes as a big surprise to those who grew up on detailed lyrics and creative beats. Kilo M.O.E’s latest attempt at blending cont...