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INTERVIEW: Beau + Luci

Welcome to VENTS! How have you been? We’ve been great! We’re staying busy and looking forward to a big 2017. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Deeper Well”? Luci: Deeper Well is my favorite song from my favorite Emmylou Harris album. When we were looking for …

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INTERVIEW: 8ky

It’s been roughly a decade since SkyBlu, alongside his uncle RedFoo, broke into the mainstream as electronic dance duo LMFAO. From then, fame skyrocketed their brand into orbit with tracks synonymous with the club lifestyle like “Rock Party Anthem,” “Sexy and I Know It,” and “Shots,” solidifying their positions in …

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CD REVIEW: Microwave Dreams by John Wesley Coleman III

John Wesley Coleman III’s ride through the hinterlands of modern popular music, the DIY land where corporate conglomerates hold no sway and the dint of hustle and hard work must accompany artistic inspiration, is resulting in one of the most impressive discographies from any modern musical artist. It reads like …

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INTERVIEW: Brooklyn’s Joseph King

Hi, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Just great, thank you for asking. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Ghost Story”? It’s the first single off my new EP, I Miss Everything, and sort of embodies the sound and spirit of the album.  Did any …

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CD REVIEW: Be My Animal by The Gods Themselves

The Gods Themselves have produced three albums since their self-titled 2014 debut and the latest, Be My Animal, builds on the reputation fostered by the first two. It also busies itself reaffirming the character of a trio that has captured the imagination of many. The nature of the band’s music …

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CD REVIEW: Lucky Dog by Brad Absher and Swamp Royale

There is a potpourri of influences flowing through the dozen songs on Brad Absher and Swamp Royale’s Lucky Dog that comes together in an unique sound and songwriter sensibility quite unlike anything enjoying popularity today. They traffic in a decidedly retro sound, as far removed from the clichés of pop …

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INTERVIEW: NY crooner Seb Isaac

Hi Seb, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Pretty Damn Decent (PDD ™) Can you talk to us more about your latest single “It Feels Good”?  “It Feels Good” is a song I wrote during my last years of college. It was a time in my life that was mostly …

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INTERVIEW: Jetty Rae

Hi Jetty, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Hey, thanks so much for having me! I’m doing ok. Recovering from a long and fast trip out west to California a few weeks ago. Four thousand miles plus on the road has definitely taken a toll, so I’m looking forward …

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CD REVIEW: Artifacts by Andriana Lehr

Artifacts is the first album from Andriana Lehr since her 2013 debut Try to Be True and the intervening three years has seen this extraordinarily talented singer and songwriter become one of brightest talents burning in the musical firmament today. She definitely occupies a space in the singer/songwriter genre, but …

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CD REVIEW: Comeback King by Brooks Maguire

The new nine song collection from Gulf Coast born singer/songwriter Brooks Maguire is his second in the last two years, the last being 2014’s The Road I Never Chose, and there’s little doubt that this is a singer and songwriter experiencing a late career peak that shows no signs of …

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