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Frank Topper & Charles Busman get to the heart of the matter

Border States is the second of the one-two punch that begins with 56 Minutes and a Shower that represents the Lyricist Frank Topper together with Musician and Composer Charles Brusman at their raw and rugged peak! The songs com...


“King Louie” by Tommy Deep – INSOMNIFIED releases 4 Remixed Versions

Recently we reviewed the track King Louie by Tommy Deep, the 26-year old DJ-Producer who has long experimented with new sounds, striving to create club-based music with strong roots in the soul genre. Deep said that “King Lo...



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JAMON is one of the most interesting and talented young rappers to come along

JAMON was originally known for being a third of rap trio Da Block. He started his rap career in November of 2011 when Da Block released their first mixtape entitled “The Ride Home”. Since the release of the mixtape, Da Bloc...



Kontradiction: “Cup Noodles” – realistic, intelligent story-telling

Kontradiction is an upcoming music artist from Brooklyn NY who is in a group called GBOD (Golden Boyz) consisting of Kontradiction the rapper, Traffic the producer and Comedian Mixxy Gambino. Their goal is to bring creative and...


Nyentek – Okay, So Let’s Say…at times blissfully bizarre

A self-proclaimed firm supporter of DIY music, New York-based artist Mislav Forrester and his project Nyentek have contributed a huge number of recordings to the experimental music space, including his most recent effort, Okay,...



Joe Blessett: “Excuse Me” – The worlds of jazz, rock and soul cross paths

On his latest album release, “Excuse Me”, Joe Blessett sets the stage with “Who’s In My Shit” – a bass-pounding swing which leads into a fat, flowing guitar-heavy groove you can bop your head to. From there on o...


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On “Ocean Skin” Harrison Nida shows off music talent

Hailing from Northern California, San-Carlos native Harrison Nida relocated to Manhattan, set about defining his sound. He draws influences from Weezer, Jack Johnson, Blink 182, and Nirvana. Growing up riding motorcycles, sk...


Topper-Griffin-Hollick: “The Good and The Bad of Love” – speaks in the language of love

Lyricist Frank Topper continues his interesting and fruitful collaboration with singer Melissa Hollick after their successful attempt with the song “Channeling You”. This time, Greenbrae’s modern-day love poet, h...



Transference: ‘The Navigators’ – A new genre is born with this release

The Australian-based band, Transference is a new modern day Psychedelic incarnation that features a core musical unit and features guest vocalists from all around the world. The core band consists of Michael Puskas (all guitars...


Artist Spotlight: Valence – their music is both accessible and instrumental

The modern rock scene may be dominated by bands who produce both music and lyrics, but Valence is a four-piece group out of Westchester, N.Y., who is determined to take a stand for the value of purely instrumental music and its...