Emily Knudsen

“Hold On Me” is the newest single from Los Angeles based, Singer/Songwriter and Reggae enthusiast, Nathan Harrington. Harrington is categorized as a Reggae artist, but in all honesty, there’s a bit more to him than that. He looks like a guitar playing, surfer, with depth. At 21, he appears much more masculine than you would
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You’ve been working on new music! Has it been easier or harder working on music virtually?  Well, I’m pretty new to putting music out there. I’ve been in the industry for a while but never for myself, and it’s been pretty okay. I am excited to start actually performing. What has the experience been like
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Straight out of Chicago, Pop rockers, Go Time have released their latest studio album, Eight Ball. There’s a great deal of experience, amongst the group, who have all been staples in the Chicago music scene, for some time. For their recent effort, they recruited Mike Hagler of King Sized Sound Lab Studios. Hagler has worked
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The past year has allowed for something we don’t see much in modern times – an underground left to simmer and go unstirred for a solid four seasons. Since the spring of 2020 commenced, live music has been essentially nonexistent, and artists from rooks to vets the same have been inside cultivating and evolving in
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Great songs need five-star vocalists to properly shine. J. Buck’s soulful bray is the most powerful thing in Andrew “King” Cole’s new single “The Mean Season”, but it isn’t the only distinguishing element of this modern pop jewel. Buck, nevertheless, inhabits each minute of this recording with a freeing joy in his voice as it
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Federico Balducci’s Dancing Trees is a short four song instrumental collection. Balducci has past releases to his credit and enjoys a growing reputation as one of the pre-eminent guitarists playing today but deserves mention as one of popular music’s most underrated composers. Each of the four tracks chosen for this release are standouts for a variety of
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As the pandemic escalates and the world is again sequestered in its own isolation “Invisible Stranger” by Chicago based number one indie group The PondHawks becomes more relevant. A song exploding with harmony and upbeat sounds of synth, “Invisible Stranger” warns while it inspires, it frightens while it hopes, and it prays while it empowers.
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Talent knows no borders, whether they be linguistic or otherwise, and this is certainly proven true when listening to just a few minutes of the new EP Reborn from rising singer/songwriter Caterina J. Although hardly shaped by her voice exclusively, the multilingual Caterina J’s brooding croon is perhaps the most fetching element to behold in this five-track
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“Steady Eyes” is the current release from Montreal based Singer-Songwriter, Ishana. It is off the second volume, of what is to be an album trilogy, Old Skin. As I write this, with the recent events in Washington D.C. only hours removed, “Steady Eyes” is something of a spiritual oxygen mask. The soothing and docile tones
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If you’ve ever wondered how string-born harmonies could be both crushing and as fragile as thin glass, then there’s more than a couple of compelling listens in store for you when picking up a copy of Izzy Outerspace’s debut release, Amazon, this January. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/izzyouterspace/ From the self-aware “Wildfires” to the subtle commentary of “Empty,” poetic
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Atlanta based gospel and hip hop singer Darrell Kelley released his album The Audacity earlier this year in 2020, and it was stacked with wall to wall tracks about what was happening in the world this year. Ranging from the impending Us election, the death of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and of course, most
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Hi, 2 Four! Great to have you here!  Thanks for having me!  What is your favorite holiday film?  Gotta go with Home Alone for sure. Such a classic and I like to watch it even when it isn’t the holidays.  What is the best gift you have ever given?   I actually don’t remember because I also
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