• Amilia K Spicer: “Fill Me Up” is another gleaming gem

    If like me, you sometimes judge artists by the company they keep, then Amilia K Spicer would be on you’re A-list. A simple read through the credits on her latest album “Wow and Flutter” should be enough to convince you – Keyboardists  Rami  Jaffee (Wallflowers,  Foo  Fighters)  and  Mike ...
  • Cooper Phillip: “Party By Myself” sparkles and shimmers!

    Cooper Phillip is a passionate performer who was born a small town girl with very big dreams – raised by her grandmother and aunt while her mother, a master violin player, toured with various symphonies, she grabbed her musical flavors from the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, followed by Barbra...
  • Aastik Koshy: “The Audiolounge – 1.0” – awe-inspiring!

    Aastik Koshy graduated with a degree in Sound Engineering from SAE and opened the doors of his music company Turquoise Sound Pvt.Ltd (TSC) in 2015 after moving to Goa, India. The company was created to release electronic music produced and composed by Aastik in chill out, ambient and lounge,...
  • Dobie: “My Everything” (Summer 2017 Remix)

    Vjeran – VJ (meaning faithful in Croatian) aka Dobie is undoubtedly one of the most prominent, catalyzing forces behind the underground trance movement. The veteran Croatian producer born in Zagreb seems to have been around a while now, with an illustrious number of releases to his name – a tenure which...
  • Corbin Hale: “Wasting Words” – a genuinely well-crafted song

    You will notice a trend in modern pop artistes, in that good pop successfully borrows from other genres while never emulating them entirely; great pop artists readily showcase their influences, yet somehow make it abundantly clear to their audiences that their music comes from no one but themselves. Amidst...
  • Chris Nole: “It Be What It Be” – electrifying to the ear!

    Chris Nole performed extensively around the Philadelphia/Jersey Shore area in the early eighties before deciding it was time for a change. Feeling the pull of Blues, Roots, Country, Southern Rock, and the recording studio scene, Nole moved to Nashville in 1987.  He quickly became a sought after talent who...
  • Melvin Fromm Jr. – “God’s New Ways 4 Life” is a blend of beauty and simplicity

    Although my tastes in music are very eclectic, I never in a million years would have thought that I would like violin music as much as this one. But composer Melvin Fromm Jr. who dabbles in various music-genres creating a fusion of instrumental music adapted to movie soundtrack music has...
  • A Choir of Ghosts: “Ester” – cinematic storytelling and a mellifluous soundscape

    Do you like chamber pop? The kind of pop music that is intimate, full of careful touches, organic sounding, and perfectly crafted? The kind that some may call lo-fi, alternative folk or alternative pop? Well, then this is the record for you. This recording is a constant pleasure, offering...
  • The Chillionaires: “This & That” (Ruciano x Sky $craper) Prod. by cashmoneyap

    4Mula Ent is an entertainment group with a collective of artists such as The Chillionaires whose members include Ruciano, Sky Scraper and King Gray. The Chillionaires are currently buzzing with their debut Mixtape “The Formula” which is available on indy.livemixtapes.com. As well as their debut video “#LTNK” which is...