Emily Knudsen

“Trouble” is the new instant-hit from NYC’s Ashley Suppa. A master behind the computer and finding the Protools to create a sheen that fits both into the modern music world and throw-back to the creative juices of the late 90s, “Trouble” is  unapologetically Suppa. At just 18, she’s caressing together sonic waves that sound like lightyears
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This might be a very niche and Millennial thing to say, but if you’re looking for a song to send to your annoying ex who hurt you, might I suggest the catchy and effective “You Always” from singer/songwriter Calvyn Cass. The Canadian-based act was been consistently delivering some bass-filled emotional hits for a few years
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They just don’t make them like Atlanta based Hard Rock outfit, Pistols At Dawn, anymore. These cats are young, focused, hungry, and talented. Their sound is unapologetically rock, in an industry that seems to have forgotten the genre, even existed.  A blistering guitar assault, soaring and powerful vocals, and it’s all anchored by a thunderous
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Excited to chat with you today Shyllon, First off, let us know a little about yourself! Excited to be here! A little about myself: I’m a first-gen Brazilian-American living in sunny Las Vegas. I’m an actor, model, performer, plant-enthusiast, animal-lover, and free-spirited adventurer who is an up and coming artist in the entertainment industry. I’m
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Setting the stage for a pop song shouldn’t take much longer than a couple of bars, and though her new single “All the Time” has more than a few layered harmonies to get lost in this summer, Kechi doesn’t have a problem creating an atmosphere for her listeners inside of the first five seconds in
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There’s a certain gusto required to continually pursue a career in the arts, especially music, after putting decades worth of work and personal investment into countless concepts and projects. For the legendary, two-times Grammy-nominated Martha Wash, however, music has always been an outlet and a lifestyle before it was ever a career path. After all,
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Explosively buoyant and presented with the sort of enthusiastic swing you don’t hear a lot of in contemporary pop anymore, Dylan Blackthorn’s “Played by the Numbers” kicks off his new album Small Flames brilliantly and assertively, injecting our speakers with a melodic whimsy that will only get more abstract and charisma-drenched as we push on. Though not
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When was the last time you were truly overwhelmed with joy?  Every week is a river of struggles mixed with an insane amount of gratitude and joy for how blessed we all are to have each other during such a weird time on the Earth. Who brings you the most joy when you hear good feedback
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If nothing else, you can certainly make the argument that Brian Shapiro of the Brian Shapiro Band is nothing short of experimental. An approach that blends countless styles, genres, and even performative techniques that there’s ample amount of variety in their recent release ALL THAT WE SEE. Admittedly, there’s a bit of a caveat considering
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When setting out to re-break ground on a song that’s already beloved by a wide variety of demographics in a multitude of different audiences, you have your work more than cut out for you. Showing off your talents while still paying enough respect within your homage not only to the original recording and band but
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“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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