Fudakochi – Sounds From Alternative

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Alternative and Soul aren’t exactly two genres that go together in a world where pop merges with hip-hop and blues melds into rock. But Fudakochi has brought the two together on his EP “Sounds From Alternative.” Read more »

Glenn Smyth – We’re Never Really Free

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Glenn Smyth is a Birmingham boy who spent most of his youth playing football. He may have continued on that route had he not severely injured his leg, ending his football career. With more time on his hands than usual, Smyth taught himself guitar. And lucky for our ears – it stuck. He continued to follow his passion for music and writing, releasing two EPs.

His theme-oriented EPs and strong lyrical performance has resulted in quite a bit of attention for Smyth. We were lucky enough to chat with Smyth about his writing, his past and his new EP, We All Feel The Same.
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The Como Brothers – Magic

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It’s more than apparent that The Como Brothers are present-day young men who were raised on a large dose of what some call “The Standards.” In an interview with celebmix.com, Andrew Como divulges that the first song he remembers hearing is a Beatles rendition of Twist and Shout. In the same interview, he also says that hearing  Frank Sinatra’s New York, New York at Yankee games as a child had a profound effect on him. Such things eventually led to being in a Beatles tribute band with relatives as a teenager. Read more »

The History Of Colour TV – Something Like Eternity

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The History Of Colour TV may sound like something you’ll see on a mildly interesting episode of “How It’s Made.” However, it’s not. In this instance, we’re talking about a much more ambiguous and non-linear subject. What we’re referencing in these lines is a band with that same name. Read more »

Wild Domestic – Singular

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An eight-track EP is a helluva way to kick down the door for your first major release in your career, and that’s exactly what alt-rocker Wild Domestic has done with his EP “Singular.” Read more »

Elasea – Breathe // Lesson Learnt

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Alt-rock band Elasea from the UK have come together to create tunes that are saturated with impressive riffs and satisfying vocals. The members of Elasea are basically a few guys and and a gal with rock and roll souls. This is clear in their music and their recent video for Breathe // Lesson Learnt – but more on that later. Read more »

PONCÉ – Moving To Los Angeles

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Twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé from Nashville are super busy right now. Not only are they busy being an adorable twin-bro, indie-rock band, they’re also busy releasing tight singles and touring the U.S. to play them for fans. Read more »

Psychocide – Alcohol and Bad Decisions

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It’s spontaneous yet subdued. It’s thematic and filled with meaning. At the same time, it’s outwardly more humorous than literal. It’s artistically multi-faceted and in bulk is the end result of a lot of partying. It’s Psychocide’s music. Read more »

Vista – Henchmen

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Musical duos are few and far between these days, with the White Stripes being the torchbearers for years before calling it quits in 2011. Now the self described “Anthem Rock” duo Vista are here with a new single called “Henchmen” to show you can get a lot done with just two people. Read more »

Kehlani – SweetSexySavage

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Baring emotion in music is essentially the backbone of what makes the art so great. We can learn so much about the artist and ourselves from notes and expressions traveling through sound space to our ears for our listening pleasure. On her debut album, “SweetSexySavage,” R&B singer Kehlani shows what those three words mean for her. Read more »