Dennis Sy: “Life is What You Make It”- uplifting lyrics with great music

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Dennis Sy is an award-winning, multi-genre singer and BMI songwriter, as well as GRAMMY-winning producer (for the album PRESIDENTIAL SUITE: EIGHT VARIATIONS ON FREEDOM by

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The soundtrack of the feature film, “The Kamasutra Garden” is Music For The Soul!

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[Tampa, FL], Dream Merchants Entertainment introduces the soundtrack of the feature film, “The Kamasutra Garden”. The film is based on an acclaimed novel of the

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Melvin Fromm Jr.: “Backward Ways 2 Happy Love” is pure musical enjoyment!

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“Backward Ways 2 Happy Love” is pure musical enjoyment. Listening to this song, imagine a joyful afternoon in Paris; you can tap your feet while

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Corbeau du Nord: “Le Purgatoire” – an extreme musical trip

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Jason Bernier was born in 1978 in Longueuil, in the Montréal’s south shore, Québec. Coming from a modest background and raised by a single mother, his

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DARKMOOD: “The Haunting” – A powerful, mood-inducing ambient force of consciousness

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Mind-boggling and delicious, DARKMOOD delivers a myriad of unraveled stylistic forms; beauty, grace, and eerie transitions into the deep unknown. He is beyond most anything

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illrecur: “Ellipticon” will remind you of epic cinematic type scores

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illrecur [‘il-ri-‘kər] is an American music project and pseudonym, founded in 1997 and adopted by Jeremy Allen Pursell. As its main producer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist,

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“Veni Vedi Vici – Orchestral Compositions By Joey Cutless” – perfect for the theater of your mind

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Joey Cutless’ music has been featured on shows like “Making the Band” to “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, plus hundreds of other nation-wide, prime-time, and major

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Keith Richie: “Skylines” – memories are recalled and swept up with electro-symphonic flourishes

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Keith Richie is a puzzling artistic character; sometimes essential, sometimes sophisticated, somewhat rustic, oftentimes complex, and yet essentially urban in outlook. But there a few

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Keith Richie: “March of the Inanimate” – excellent and addictive!

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The popularity of 80s-infused, electronic film scores has been steadily increasing in recent years, due in part to the resurgence of the vinyl format and

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