CellarHouse – “All We Need” really gets under the skin of the listener!

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‘Avatar-band’ CellarHouse have resurfaced from their particular brand of virtual reality to showcase their forth single from their soon to be released album, Hard Times.

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Fiveighthirteen – “history doesn’t repeat, but it does rhyme” is cloyingly inviting

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The psychedelic post-rock band Fiveighthirteen is made up of Mike Effenberger (keyboards, synthesizer, and piano), Nick Phaneuf (electric guitar, bass, and samples) and Mike Walsh

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Independent hip-hop artist Jay Lyn Gatz Releases “The Sims” ft. Rah Aminah

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Independent hip-hop artist and Chicago native Jay Lyn Gatz wields an energetic flow that resides in a realm of its own. Taking pride in his

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The music flawlessly frames Dannii Scott’s voice and lyrics and never intrudes

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So what makes Dannii Scott and his music so special? In a word, intimacy. His lyrics have the feel of a diary or a perceptive

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Pulp’s newest track is “I Can’t Smoke In the Gallery”

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Pulp’s newest track, “I Can’t Smoke In the Gallery” is a somewhat dark but calming lofi song. The laid back delivery compliments the lyrics that

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INTERVIEW: Multi-Instrumentalist The Ryan Robinson Experiment

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Ryan Robinson is a musician from Merseyside in the UK. His music tries to mix all the elements he likes about music into one project,

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Short Wave Craft – “Why” rises above the noise

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The Short Wave Craft project brings together London based producer and mix engineer, Dominic Owen, who has written music for The Notorious B.I.G, Lil Kim,

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equape: “Around Forever” just gets more captivating as you go along

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Capturing many varied ears within its breezy, hazy musical web, guitars wash in and out like waves, drums, bass and keyboards creep slowly along, as

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Aaron Lindstrom: “Queen Anne” begins as a folk love song, sweet and subtle, acoustic and soulful

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Rarely does a musician have an excuse to take ownership of our ears for more than four minutes per song. There are a few artists

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Stephen Shutters: “Couple More Days” – impossibly moving and poignant

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Born in the mid-nineties, Stephen Curtis Shutters grew up under the influence of Nintendo, VHS tapes, Star Wars, purple ketchup, and music from artists such as

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