Rachel Townsend

But seriously, encountering us with everything from strutting blues guitars to reggae-style grooves, pop melodies, folky harmonies, and lyrical content that recalls the rebelliousness of an early Bob Dylan at times, Neal Fox had an ambitious plan for his new album, and he went all the way with it in Unhinged. Due to be released this
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AV Super Sunshine returns to us with a monstrously good time on their single “Frankenstein”. Their latest release since their romantic single “A Wedding Song” earlier this year, AV continues to show their eclectic range by doing what they do best. Take a mesh of the familiar and throw it in a blender to craft
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What are you making for your fans right now in the studio?  Edem: Thanks for asking. We are currently working on a 7 part opus to accompany a fine art performance scheduled for the end of the year by our wordsmith extraordinaire, and celebrated Croatian artist, Sandra Ban who tasked us with this. Brett and I have
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“Blue Horizon” begins Marla Lewis’ new album Songbook on a definite optimistic note. It isn’t the musical equivalent of wearing rose colored glasses, Lewis retains a mature point of view throughout, but it’s a track bursting with the same welcoming mood pervading much of her new release. The guitar is especially strong. It isn’t a consistent presence
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From his album Dream Out Loud, singer/songwriter Rob Alexander introduces the world to “Olivia”. Knowing full well that he’s having trouble shaking her from his mind, the same holds true for the listener. “Olivia” is a pop flavoring that has jazzy and funky leanings. Alexander’s natural harmony, and catchy hooks make “Olivia” a hum along, tap
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The Christmas album is a tried and true staple of the music industry. Seemingly you’re almost not considered a true professional artist until you’ve done one, and by all accounts it’s a seemingly clinical affair. For every authentic Bing Crosby style release, there’s 5 that are wretchedly cynical. It’s somewhat understandable however, writing an original
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Elektragaaz dropped their third EP, “The Synaesthetic Picture Show Now Playing, Pt. 3,” on September 14th, following Parts 1 and 2 released earlier in 2021. Started by a young Frisian composer known as Poppo Redband, the group is mainly made up of musicians from the New York Metro area. This third installment in the project
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Hello Blooming Fire! Thank you for speaking with me today! What was a childhood dream of yours?I always knew I wanted to travel and see different parts of the world. I was always interested in the way that different places have different esthetics and vibes, and I just love adventure all around. Falling into the
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I didn’t know exactly what to expect when it came to Arizona-based Celtic punk rockers Swainn, also semi-formerly known as Cockswain, but my hesitations regarding Irish-influenced rock mostly lay within the dormant brain cells from college attached to dorm room posters of The Boondock Saints, a movie that, I promise you, has all but aged
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Gigi Vega’s single “Down Crazy” is the latest career peak in a musical journey beginning at age 12. Her familial musical background undoubtedly contributes much to her skillset. However, extensive experience in musical theatre and her time studying at Boston’s Berklee Conservatory of Music exponentially developed her talents. She’s parlayed her natural gifts into a
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Hello! So great to speak with you today! It’s my pleasure! Thank you for having me! You were recently in the recording studio working on a new album with Mikal Blue! How was that experience? It was truly amazing! I’ve been in some great studios before but this was something special. Mikal’s space is HUGE
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it’s an intriguingly progressive era in the pop genre, and for acts like Monsieur Job, buzz has been easy to come by. Over the past three years, the Colombian collective started by Toby Holguin has been raking in a lot of praise from fans, critics, and anyone who has a relationship with big beats and
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Ryan Rosoff’s experience with different forms informs Little King’s seventh release Amuse De Q without ever losing sight of its chosen medium. Rosoff is a superb storyteller without ever over-indulging his wont for the literary; there isn’t a single track included on this release that “forgets” it’s a song. The El Paso based band drafts several guests
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The international entity, known as Dici, is back with yet another single. This time it’s, “Something Right,” which once again, showcases the ongoing evolution of Dici, as an artist and a young man. From his inception, Dici has considered himself a Rapper, and for all intents and purposes, he still does. However, as time has passed, Dici’s work has taken
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Punching us in the gut with distorted pulsations that feel as big and brawny as some sort of mythical giant, “Diadem” is arguably one of the more industrious and electronically forceful songs in the tracklist of the incredible new album The Fury of Lullabies by Gorazde this summer. Although stacked beside thirteen works that bring a lot
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