Emily Knudsen

Heartour’s Jason Young is a songwriting talent whose name should be familiar to any serious fan of modern music and the project’s new album release R u in may help push him a little closer to making that a reality. He has chosen ten on-point songs to illustrate the project’s development since their last release and it
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The sizzle of a good blues-rock guitar is something that you just can’t beat on a spring afternoon, and in the title track of the 2019 EP from Izzie’s Caravan, Leo’s Guitar, this acclaimed indie band delivers all the heat we can handle. It isn’t the only cut from Leo’s Guitar that qualifies as a bluesy thirst-quencher; from
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I’ve always had immense affection for AV Super Sunshine and his music. I first heard his work with the past single “Time Bomb” and followed him since then. He brings together my favorite musical elements together in a seamless package. He weaves electronica together with time-tested instruments, but likewise has an unpredictable streak. He’s unafraid
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Super excited to have the pleasure of speaking with you today! Welcome. You have been coined the Rock N Roll Violinist. Tell us more about how this came to be! Thank you so much!  Yes I am “The Rock N Roll Violinist”… more specifically, “not your typical violinist”.  I have played violin since I was
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Like a heart about to beat out of the chest it’s occupying, the beat is alive with vitality as we sink into the first few bars of the new single from Ronnue, “Sex Shooter,” a cover of the Apollonia 6 classic of the same title best known from the iconic Prince film Purple Rain. In this
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Hey Alonzo! The New Year is here, did you set any resolutions or intentions this year you can share with us?  Hey! Thank you so much for this interview. I kind of don’t believe in “New Year Resolutions” just because I feel like we shouldn’t have to wait for there to be a new year
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Often as vulnerable in tone as any of the actual lyrics in the songs they’re featured in are, the strings we find in the new record from Oliver James, The Hardest Part, are a crucial element of communication that is inarguably at the foundation of every stitch of material presented in this four-song tracklist from the
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Deborah Lee Fong’s participation in the Live Screenplay Reading portion of this year’s Urbanworld Film Festival is another career highpoint for this talented performer. Urbanworld featured her in a performance of Secret Santa playing the role of Agnes and she brought the same polish, dedication to her craft, and talent that has served her well throughout a
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What have been your greatest achievements in 2019? My greatest achievements in 2019 were the completion of my newest album Thou Art That and the release of it. It’s been a wild ride. I had been working hard on getting the album made for some time. At one point I felt defeated and fell into
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Jupiter in Velvet’s electro dance rock has musical flair quite unlike anyone else working today either in the mainstream or indie world. There are few new horizons left to explore in popular music – this late in the game promises listeners few new revelations but rather variations on a theme. The critical factor separating truly
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On the back of a rollicking rhythm that swings ever so gently, “I’m Not Afraid” fills our speakers with its warm bluegrass texture and tone right from the get-go, and though it’s the eleventh song in Donna Ulisse’s thirteen-track Time for Love, it’s just as powerful a melodic tune as anything we hear in the first
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Dreamy and full of strange melodic allure, the opening bars of Rob Alexander’s “Never Gonna Let You Go” are stunningly gripping, utilizing a monolithic arrangement of piano and a quiet percussive beat to push us to the very edge of our seats inside of only ten seconds’ time. Even before Alexander begins to sing, there’s
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Hello Clo, we are so happy to interview you for our publication. Thank you for taking the time. How would you describe your particular genre of music? Hello! It’s my pleasure, thank you. I would describe my particular genre of music as pop, with a retro R&B influence! Any studio or songwriting rituals that help
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