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Ron Hamrick: “Musings” – The production accentuates the virtues of the melodies

Ron Hamrick’s music career started in Michigan at 5 years old when his aunt introduced him to the guitar. At 8, he began taking piano and organ lessons learning classical pieces, and he fell in love with keyboards. His mus...


Lion Vega: “You Can Dance” – an incredible talent for sound design

Lion Vega’s dream of making music stopped in 1998, with the advent of having a job, having a family, needing money, and no time left between any of these things. During the period leading up to 2006, Vega found a few moments ...



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Sarantos: “First 5 Seconds” – love at first sight!

The single “First 5 Seconds”, is a fine showcase of Sarantos’ maturation as both musician and a human with heart and soul. Beautiful poetic expression forms the foundation of the collection of Sarantos’ works, and it ju...



Emerald Suspension – each track on offer is identified by its own singular and distinguished sound

Minneapolis collective Emerald Suspension is the experimental art collective that combined stock market and economic data to make experimental music on their album, “Playing the Market”.  Their creative spirit now takes o...


Donald Wiles: “UoSOnSO” induces auditory euphoria

Maybe it’s the crystal-clear keyboard sound Donald Wiles has on the Hammond B3 Organ and Baby Grand Piano, or maybe it’s the spread-wide approach he and Dennis Wiles takes to the accompaniment, or maybe it’s j...



Low Saturation: “Dust” is bold and adventurous

Low Saturation is an electronic alternative rock band from St. Petersburg, Russia. The band consists of Dmitry Promohov (Composer, Lyrics) and Sergei Ustinov (Vocals). The project has recently released its double sided single e...


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Merv Pinny: “OB (can you hear the children cry)” will move you!

New Zealand rock composer and singer, Merv Pinny, has been playing music since he was 10. At 15 he left school to work on a farm during the day, and to play music at night. This led to him achieving a Top 20 single, plus nomina...


Inactive Spaz: “Bread” – genius or madness?

Inactive Spaz’s style is minimalist in every way – minimal allegorical lyrics, minimal production, minimal photos, and minimal graphics. But in a way, less is much better. Inactive Spaz is probably one of the better dis...



UK Songwriting Contest and Billboard Starmaker Winner Jamie Parsons

Jamie Parsons is a Roanoke, VA native, a musician and songwriter. He was a Semi-Finalist Winner in the 2015 UK Songwriting Contest for “Last Call”,  Winner of the 2014 Billboard Starmaker Award for “Last Ca...


Drone Flesh: “Potential Paradox” – a collection of genre-hopping selections

Swiss producer Drone Flesh has established himself as one of the scene’s most promising low-end warriors within the broad spectrum of bass music producers around today. Garnering some serious attention last year for his har...