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CD REVIEW: The Mess We Made by Tomas Doncker

Politics and personal beliefs are the perfect fuel to feed the emotional fire created by the talented Tomas Doncker on his newest release titled The Mess We Made. Personally moved into action by the horrific event known as the Charleston Massacre, The Mess We Made is not for the faint …

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INTERVIEW: Joseph Sant

Releasing the dreamlike and inspired EP Sea White Salt, Joseph Sant has placed himself among other artists like SigurRos and Feist. Sea White Salt bravely chooses the artistic direction over the mainstream radio friendly one, and it successfully hooks you instantly with it’s pleasant production value.   RYAN: Album themes …

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INTERVIEW: Chris Beyer

By Ryan Donnelly   Not every singer with a guitar can pair those two worlds together properly, but for Chris Beyer on his upcoming new album Distances, he is here to prove that he can. Beautifully executed and recorded, the song writing on Distances is what great song writing is …

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INTERVIEW: MPthy

By Ryan Donnelly   Mpathy is a Boston based musician and scientist with a real feel for what makes an emotional and honest song work. Answering these questions is Mikael Hirsh, who goes by the stage name MPTHY.   RYAN: Band and musician names always have a story.How did MPTHY …

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INTERVIEW: Gideon King & City Blog

Written By: Ryan Donnelly   The talent that exists within Gideon King & City Blog is not your everyday sort of talent. What you find here is masters of their craft in every part of every song that they create. Everyone is on point and is on the same page, …

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INTERVIEW: Plastic Yellow Band

Written By: Ryan Donnelly RYAN: It is safe to say that I have not heard many artists dare to create songs over ten minutes long, how did it happen that you created a song over twenty-one minutes long? That is seriously impressive. GERRY w/PYB: I wanted to create a piece …

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INTERVIEW: Billy Crain

Billy Crain is one of those inspirational artists that chooses to say what he wants to say, how he wants to say it, with also focusing on paying attention to what his fans want to hear. His truly soulful album Family matters draws from a time when rock and roll …

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INTERVIEW: Mleo

RYAN: When and where did the band originate? We came together in 2012 for a gig at the Malibu Inn performing Audrey’s original music. From there on out, we decided to continue with creating music and eventually created Mleo. Elias joined us later in 2014, and changed our lives forever. …

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INTERVIEW: BledJon

From San Francisco Bay Area, California comes something great in the Hip-Hop community, and that something great is the impressive lyrical style of BledJon. With his masterfully produced album The Popular Loner, BledJon has something to prove apparently about why he deserves to be at the top. RYAN: First off, …

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CD REVIEW: Sea White Salt by Joseph Sant

For Brooklyn, New York’s Joseph Sant, song writing is an honest and inspired experience. Weaving in ambient sounds that range from the ocean waves to subway brakes, the EP Sea White Salt is brave enough to stay true the artist personal vision. Opening with Horse At The Beach, the EP …

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