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FrankySelector’s “She’s so Carefree”

The indie scene in Montreal has been popping off like few others in the Canadian underground in the last few years, and if you’re looking for some of its more delightfully sensuous sounds in 2020, you needn’t search any further than the sleek beats of one FrankySelector’s “She’s so Carefree,” …

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INTERVIEW: JayQ The Legend

Hi Jay, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? I am well and that a blessing given that more that 500K humans are gone because of Covid-19. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Amazing Girl”? Amazing girl is a payback to all the women and amazing girls …

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PREMIERE: Amberlin Releases New Single “Golden Rule”

Amberlin, a Long Beach-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, artfully composes spacious soundscapes that she builds musically layer by layer. On her song “Golden Rule,” Amberlin plays drums, rhythm guitar, bass, and synth, while Rufus Phillips adds crystalline and never-waste-a-note lead guitar runs. She weaves her evocative vocals, opening with a …

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Roundup: The Hot Half dozen for September 28, 2020

My Quiet, single, Kris Angelis.  On the heels of “That Siren Hope”, Angelis does it again, a single that warms your heart and energizes your ears with her intimate voice like lips next to your ear. There is no one like her. Available on Bandcamp. Apple Music, Spotify. www.Krisangelis.com As …

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CD REVIEW: At The Lagoon by Grand Nathanial

At The Lagoon by Grand Nathanial is an album of killer smooth pop numbers with a 50/50 admixture of retro 80s and cutting edge adult contemporary rock, but it doesn’t exactly come out of nowhere. The songs of J Burton are behind Grand Nathaniel, which is really-just formerly known as …

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INTERVIEW: Film Star Erica Muñoz

Hi Erica, welcome to VENTS! How have you been?  I’ve been well. We’re taking it day by day. Life has been a bit nuts all over but we are keeping our head above water so very grateful.  Prior to finding yourself in the California Institute of Arts – did you always …

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