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  • Mike Ray: “WHXTE”- epic cinematic confrontations

    Currently a Birmingham City University student, Mike Ray moved to Coventry (UK) from Lubartów (Poland) at a very early age. His mom being a singer, and his dad a pianist, Mike was exposed to music from an early age, drawing his personal influences from the suburban areas where he...
  • Frankie Be Good: “UR The Only One” – inspired by light and love

    You should be ready to dive into a pleasantly warm atmosphere when Frankie Be Good and his background singers, harmonize together and create a smooth soulful choir. While you will be smitten by the beat alone, there is indeed a whole galaxy of words to dive into, and the...
  • Tony Marino: “Thank You for the Music” is carried through in grand manner

    Tony Marino was born and raised in South Philly, but over the years he has moved from Coast to Coast, including the Midwest. He began playing the piano professionally at the age of 15 and writing, composing & recording original Latin Jazz compositions since the early ’90s. To date,...
  • Sergio Gaetani: “Two Days From Detroit” strikes that sweet spot!

    Richly arranged, masterfully performed, and full of indie edginess, “Two Days From Detroit”, the first single from Sergio Gaetani’s upcoming debut album, “North Coast Electric”, combines the stately beauty of roots Americana with the intensity of Spaghetti Western scores while managing to sound like neither.  Full of self-reflexive humor,...
  • Angel: “Hero” – an inspiring tribute

    Angel is a Los Angeles and Sydney based socially conscious artist who composes what is described as “Statement” Cinematic Soundtracks and Music Short Films/Videos. Trained in acting, singing and dancing, the award-winning artist who has picked up accolades in the UK and Australia, adopted her signature style after attending...
  • Interview: Billy Stark Stone & Rico Blythe

    Billy Stark Stone w/ Rico Blythe is a new project featuring the aforementioned. Billy Stark Stone was the lead singer/founding member of NYC’s first and original seminal and notorious teen ‘punk’ band, The Blessed. Rico Blythe was the guitarist in a later incarnation of the same that resulted in...
  • M3 El Famoso Leon drops “Dead Inside” (Prod. Vessels) – an all-encompassing journey

    “Dead Inside” (Prod. Vessels) by M3 El Famoso Leon  is a dark, deep, rock, hip hop love song, about a guy that gets a record deal and falls in love with a mysterious girl. A songwriter, rapper, and singer from Bronx NY, music is M3 El Famoso Leon’s life,...
  • Die Robot: “Technopunk” claims its spot on the electro-industrial circuit!

    Portland, Oregon based band, Die Robot, combines hard anthem beats, well-conceived lyrics, emotional vocals, captivating rhythms and an underlying deep, driving synth sound. They are claiming a spot as one of the elites in the Electronic Industrial Rock circuit. You’ll love the way the singer lets no note passively...
  • Rob Defriese: “Altitude” – powerful expression both as a musician and as a wordsmith

    Rob Defriese is a gifted guitarist and a talented poet with a prophetic twist. He speaks to the frustrations, suffering and triumphs of life as well as celebrating the joy of just being human. Few can touch his lyricism and powerful expression both as a musician and as a...