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Mutlu releases all-new single “Lifeline”

“Someday from the village to the city / I hope we’ll find common ground” pleas soul singer Mutlu in his all-new single “Lifeline,” a powerful R&B ballad that looks ahead at the future with a prayerful optimism that stands in stark contrast with the doom and gloom of the contemporary …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Oceans of Emotions by King Cavalli

King Cavalli has just released his new single Oceans of Emotions and if you’re a fan of J. Cole, Frank Ocean and Miguel you’re in for a real treat with this track from the New York-based music artist.  King’s style is a blend of RnB soul with elements of hip-hop, …

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British duo ooberfuse releases new Music

Whispered melodic vocals adorn a rigid bassline at the onset of Hal St John’s radio edit of “Call My Name,” one of five remixes of the new song from acclaimed British duo ooberfuse out now everywhere that indie music is sold and streamed. The soft serenade is glistening, intoxicating even, …

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Biglemoi’s brand new extended play Permanent Vacation

About fourteen-seconds into “Joyride,” the punky opening salvo of Biglemoi’s brand new extended play Permanent Vacation, a nervous beat is joined by an airy lead vocal that provides us a little bit of light in the dark sonic tunnel that the band has us traveling down. It isn’t long before smoking …

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Relic Kings drop new Single/Video

Steady but never shy about drifting away from the standard rock template, the beats that listeners encounter in Relic Kings’ “Blinded by the Sun” are bouncy, buoyant and full of a rare vitality that drives every stitch of audio in this single from the much buzzed Moose Factory-stationed band. A …

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2.O.F. drops new EP/Single

The problem that I, and a lot of other critics, have with modern electropop doesn’t really have anything to do with the artists responsible for its ongoing success. My issue is that, unlike 2.O.F., so few of the Tim Milliken-collaborative project’s contemporaries inject their music with the unfiltered emotion that …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Like In The Movies by Asha Vivian

The debut single by Australian singer-songwriter Asha Vivian has just been released and it’s sure to get a lot of attention across all platforms. Like In the Movies is a song that straddles the line between pop, RnB and indie with maturity and refinement despite the vaguely teen angst confessional …

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