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Sasha Klare-Ayvazian’s debut album Family

Sasha Klare-Ayvazian’s debut album Family is all that you would expect from the son of a folk-singer. Originally from Northampton, Mass., his upbringing surrounded around music and and artistic endeavors. Now based in Austin, Texas, he goes by Sasha K.A., the 13 tracks on Family are a tight-knit group full …

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SINGLE REVIEW: No One Can Stop You by Aradia

Do you miss the 80’s? Here’s a better question; do you miss the retro sound of the 80’s? We’ve got exactly what you need if you’re looking to listen to the same sound of A Flock Of Seagulls, or better yet, Blondie. Aradia brings her new single, “No One Can …

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“Love” is the debut single from Merlin

“Love” is the debut single from Merlin. Growing up she moved back and forth between Albania and Germany, before settling in Boston when she was seven-years-old. Still in the process of recording the full EP, “Love” is a remarkable fluid track with strong pop and mild techno music beds. Even …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Cocktails And Cannabis by Rhett May

Cocktails And Cannabis is the new track for indie rock artist Rhett May. This renowned Australian musician, whose history is as compelling as his new track, has been part of the music scene for a while, with experiences that have seen him collaborating and touring with iconic groups from Queen …

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Gabriele Saro Releases Skippin’ (single)

Italian composer and musician Gabriele Saro has been fascinated with music since before his tenth birthday and produces music at such a fevered clip it isn’t difficult to imagine him as a man of great intensity, aflame with creativity. He’s a man of varied interests with a Master’s in Neuro-Linguistic …

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