• Chad Rubin delivers ear endearing magic!

    Chad Rubin is a singer-songwriter from Phoenix, Az, toured as a drummer as direct support for acts such as the Dirty Heads, Sublime w. Rome, Katastro, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds and Badfish. Once his band split due to lifestyle differences, Chad got a deal as a singer-songwriter to record his...
  • Harmony Drive: “Be There” – transcendental pop!

    Music changes us, it changes the way we interact with people, it changes the way we love life, it repairs emotional damages, it establishes friendships, it unites people that are continually getting pushed apart by the powers that be, it makes us feel refreshed and excited, like the phrase...
  • SharaLee: “You Can’t Stop Me” – a perfect fusion of words, music and vocal expression

    SharaLee is a Canadian Soul singer and songwriter. She grew up in a musical family and made her first appearance on the church stage at the age of five, with her mother accompanying her in harmony.  Eventually SharaLee got to do several cover demo albums and a trip to...
  • Nihilistinen Barbaarisuus: ‘Madness Incarnate’ – a melodic and thunderous core style!

    When creating music, chasing a muse, for a band wanting to achieve their own musical progression is essential. But in heavily guarded genres like metal and its niche subsidiaries, it’s also quite treacherous, as evolutionary leaps into the unknown may not always land into the listener’s comfort zone; a...
  • That Guy: “Patterns In The Sky” trades in imagery and evocation

    That Guy’s sound can be compared to a fusion between surgical explorations by Autechre and elastic soundscapes by Bonobo. But he, of course, is in a genre of his own. Combining intricate beat-work with unresolved synth melodies that keep on swirling into inter-winding sonic tangles, That Guy creates a...
  • Vince Grant: “Edge of the World” investigates his own troubled mindset

    Vince Grant is a refreshingly honest artist in an age of hype. God knows how someone so real got this far, considering the circumstances. His tremendous range of angles, slants and forms creating songs makes listening to his alternative singer-songwriter style, both interesting and pleasurable through the whole of...
  • Lucas Morais: “REBIRTH” there’s a progressive air to the entire experience

    Currently residing in Seattle, Washington, Lucas Morais was born in Nairobi, Kenya, and later moved to Brazil. Certainly, the connection he feels to these cultures, languages and peoples have greatly influenced his interpretation of the music he produces. Both the African and Latin percussive rhythms dictate the mood and...
  • Insight Into Kobi Arad’s new CD: ‘Cubism – Hyper Dimensional Jazz’

    Kobi Arad is an Israeli-Amercian musician who lives in New York, performs and composes in NYC’s top clubs like Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center and City Winery. He collaborated with Stevie Wonder (a co-production with Stevie Wonder’s manger, Stephany Andrews and Stevie himself); he finished Doctorate in music...
  • Fletch: “Berserk” pumps energy both lyrically and sonically

    Growing up in a family predominantly surrounded by baseball, Scott Brian Fletcher Jr. was quickly introduced to what thought to be, his carried out legacy.  With his father, Scott Brian Fletcher Sr., securing a 15 yr career in the Major Leagues, Brian had every intention to uphold the Fletcher...