Rachel Townsend

It isn’t easy getting buzz in the competitive underground we’re seeing today, and it says a lot that Kate Lynne Logan has come as far as she has considering how especially cutthroat the northwest music scene she came up in can be. Logan’s 2018 album Sleeping Giants and its direct predecessor, Echoes, went under the radar for some
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Panamanian American actress and trained dancer Deborah Lee Fong has parlayed her recent success at the Urban World Film Festival into even greater triumphs. Fong tackled the role of Agnes in the production of Secret Santa during the Live Screenplay Readings portion of the festival’s programming and scored big with a discerning audience. Fong’s numerous credits preceding Secret
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Dici delivers a haunting performance in his music video and on his latest single “u n i.” Dici, who at 18, has already garnered thousands of followers and millions of views on his music videos. Pairing heartfelt lyrics with EDM influenced rhythms, “u n i” does not disappoint. Dici got the itch to make music
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Eastern philosophy and spirituality made its first substantial impact on Western culture in the wake of the Second World War. Alan Watts, author of 1957’s The Way of Zen, and later cultural figures such as Ram Dass, among others, are responsible for opening Eastern mysticism to Americans and Europeans in a way hitherto unavailable. The mindfulness
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Sarah Seifert makes things seem so crystal clear in her new, moving Christian-pop song “The Valley”. One would be hard pressed to not find this inspiring, lyrical gem one of 2022’s best yet. Featuring Seifert’s exceptional vocal prowess, an engaging piano bed and a warm synth bedrock, “The Valley” is filled with emotive colors and
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It has been said often that a work of art is only abandoned, never finished. Florida’s Greye likely agrees with this sentiment based on their recent experience with the song “Everything”. The track, originally penned and recorded for the band’s 2016 release The Worrier, has popped up in occasional Greye setlists over the intervening 5+ years
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Whether they’re fleshing out a melodic color becoming all too rare in rock n’ roll today in “Girl Watcher” or crushing us with a sizeable strength not often employed enough by their contemporaries ala “Get Ready (Here I Come),” the guitars that Starfire is using to illustrate their most powerful emotions in the new album
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Rhode Island born Indie Pop musician, Lainey Dionne, is here with her brand new album, ‘Self Titled’. This 12 song project is a rollercoaster ride of raw, honest emotions that come with toxic and healthy relationships. Congrats on Self Titled! How are you feeling about this year’s music you’ve put out so far?  Thank you
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Few new acts can claim to be as intelligent and skilled as MUMEx Trio. Piano player Louis Siciliano, Bob Bellatalla’s unique double bass playing, and drummer Mauro Salvatore mesh together with rare and virtually instant chemistry. “Traveling with Wayne” opens the release showing off their jazz chops though there’s a lot of evidence for their
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Rather than striking a softer note with the rather down-tempo “Lament,” even this slower song from Project Grand Slam’s The Shakespeare Concert sees the Robert Miller-fronted fusion act putting in a lot more muscle than you might be expecting. Just when it feels like things are about to mellow in the balladic “Juliet Dances,” the band is
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Crisply produced but not oversaturated with the typical pop varnish that separates instrumental emotional presence from a receptive audience, the piano keys we find dancing around Morten Nygaard in his debut single “Tomorrow Never Comes” are truly an agent of evocation. Without uttering any of the poetic verses that Nygaard is, the piano speaks to
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The dulcet tones of a sensual saxophone, open and close, “Sweetest Of Melody,” the current single by Rina Chanel. Chanel is a Singer/Songwriter, most closely associated with the Pop genre. As is often the case, though, she is actually defined by a wider assortment of styles. Her recent single, would fall into the Easy Listening
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Vikki SOTA is among the vanguard of modern hip-hop, without question, but it doesn’t come at the expense of his humility. This is an artist and entrepreneur who’s deep in modern life, not remote, and you hear that reality reflected in his music. You see reflected in his decision making, as well – this young
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Rohan Solomon’s “It’s Christmas” is the new single from the popular Indian singer/songwriter. He’s long since crossed over into the global market working out of Nashville, but his forays into the more commercial spectrum of songwriting doesn’t come at the expense of artistic integrity. “It’s Christmas” is a seasonal song, a staple of every December
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Content’s self-titled first release sets the bar high for the future. Songwriter, musician, and singer Jacob Kinniburgh’s musical tastes spans across a broader than average range. He ties several seemingly disparate threads together, however, with the self-assurance and steady hand of a veteran artist. Nor do the EP’s five tracks seem like the precocious outburst
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“I can’t go back to the way I was before, one last break of your heart you’ll take, before you close the door on me,” sings a focused and confident Arun O’Connor in his new country/rock single, “Too Far Gone”. Building a strong foundation from his lyrics and a cooler-than-you-think guitar bed, “Too Far Gone” holds nothing
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