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SaFE: “Dead Duck” has great vocals and intelligent, well-constructed lyrics

“Dead Duck” is the debut album by Paterson, NJ artist, SaFE (Seven and Five-Eighths) an integral part of the M.O.B.Stars collective. The album loosely chronicles SaFE’s creative development and how it shapes his outlo...


Vanessa Verduga: “Soy Mujer” – an enthralling piece of work

Vanessa Verduga (a.k.a. La Verduga) released her debut album Soy Mujer (I Am Woman) on May 14, 2017. The production team includes the likes of Grammy® and Billboard® award-winning producers Edward Grullon (a.k.a. DJ Na...



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Lyrics Of Two – You can feel the empathy that permeates the music

Lyrics Of Two have been building their off of creating profoundly beautiful music from subtle and unforced moments. Whether it was the wistful, stripped-down acoustic pop of “Mysteries”, or the gritty, rhythmic Americana ...



Roisin Gordon: “Isn’t It A Shame” – an acoustic guitar, and a gorgeous voice

If you’re lucky, at some point in life you will encounter an artist who radiates, an almost inexplicable warmth, like there’s a tiny star glowing inside of them. The artist brightens whatever space their music enters. They ...


Leilani Wolfgramm: “Sinner” – high class elegance with lowdown and dirty grit

Leilani Wolfgramm is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Orlando, Florida whose sound mixes R&B with the island sound of Dancehall, Reggae, HipHop, and Pop. Leilani has shared the stage with Ballyhoo, Dirty Heads, Triba...



Michael A. Galianos: “My Heart Is Breaking” (Featuring Dan Exactly)

Michael A. Galianos has just released the single “My Heart Is Breaking” (Featuring Dan Exactly) with words and music by Michael A. Galianos and Dan Exactly. Michael A. Galianos is a singer/songwriter from Bergenfield, NJ. ...


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Dustin Steen: “Mixed Genres” – conveying subject matter genuinely and meticulously

With an onslaught of pressure from modern record labels to produce high-selling records frequently and consistently, and the need to secure a loyal consumer base, an artist’s ability to experiment and evolve with his or her s...


Henry Metal: “So It Hath Begun” makes you smile and think deeply

Henry Metal might have a fine veil of satire embracing the project, but he makes just about the best tribute to the excess of the 80’s and 90’s hard rock and metal genres ever. He has just released his 9 track album, en...



Luna 13 – a shifting black harmonic wall

The award winning Los Angeles band Luna 13 is forging a new genre of music they call Black Metal/Bass Music. Their brutal yet groove based electro-metal incorporates elements of electronica, death metal, and industrial rock –...


Cassie Holt and The Lost Souls: “Curvy Girl” – obviously gifted in music and song

These days, it seems anyone can make an R&B record. However, recording a soul track takes that special intangible element that not all have. Cassie of Cassie Holt and The Lost Souls, offers cadences that move in an affable ...