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The Big Takeover Premieres the Stacked, Dreamy Vocal Harmonies on Abbie Barrett & The Last Date's “Lake House Moon”

"The massed vocal harmonies in this song off their forthcoming album, The Triples, reminds us of David Crosby’s brilliant but now largely forgotten 1971 solo LP If I Could Only Remember My Name — jazzed with the proggy propulsive drive of Annie Haslam and Renaissance." —The Big TakeoverStacked, dreamy (and...  

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Magnet Magazine Premieres Indie Electro Single “Boundless”

To listen to Joshua Worden's “Boundless” is not to simply hear with your ears but to utilize all of your senses, immersing yourself in every nook and cranny of the song. His earthy-electro beats and yearning croon fuse into a lullaby of melodies that capture a pleasant mixture of hope,...  

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Are You Connected to Your Roots?

"'Black Stone' is full of strange, mystic imagery: sleeping ladies, red-tailed hawks, the black stone of the title. It all converges in a song that is both beautiful and beguiling." —Wondering SoundThe Belle Sounds co-creator and main songwriter, Noëlle Hampton, goes back to her childhood roots in the newest single,...  

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Wondering Sound Premieres Indie Rock Single “Stand Alone”

"As Cafiero’s feather-light voice gently bounces across the top of the notes, he’s joined by weeping lap steel, pulsing organs and, finally, a morse-code brass section. It’s a kaleidoscope of sound, riveting from the first note to the last."--Wondering Sound Split Screens release wistful single “Stand Alone”.Adding to the single’s buoyant...  

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Magnet Magazine Shares Dark Americana Single "Slow Start"

Magnet Magazine likes Eli August and The Abandoned Buildings recent single “Slow Start” so much that they’ve included it on their MP3 at 3PM feature. Check out the article and song here. This tune, chalked full of bright imagery and spright instrumentals, prompts the realization that “when life don’t go the way...  

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What's New on the Green Light Go Blog?

Joshua Worden’s Raw And Introspective Album Into Fog (9/16) Opens Up Windows To The Past by Miranda

"Into Fog, brings together electronic textures that are often downtempo and moody with his sensitive, sometimes falsetto vocals."  --AllMusic

Do You Have the Risk Tolerance for a Music PR Campaign? by Janelle

Think you are ready to hire a publicist? Learn the six reasons why you should not hire a publicist and what to expect if you do.

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings Explore Fear, Bliss, Melancholy And Understanding In Their Emotion-Wrought EP by Miranda

"Like a darker version of the Young Republic or Straylight Run, this American east coast collective have served up rich chamber folk full of raw emotions." - For Folk's Sake

Indie Electronic Artist Joshua Worden Explores The Mysteries Of Sexual Encounters In New Single “Something”. by Miranda

Joshua Worden’s “Something” has a little bit of everything. Electronic crescendos populate the song, swiftly and softly moving it along as Worden’s alluring vocals harmonize with a plethora of instrumentals, vocal riffs, and hip-hop influences - all topped with strangely fitting oriental-style beats.

Get Lost in Cariad Harmon’s Ironic, Cheeky, Vulnerable Folk Stories by Megan Fisher

Cariad Harmon to Release Self-titled Sophomore Effort November 11

San Francisco Sonic Indie Rock Band Split Screens Releases Second Album Before the Storm 9/9 by Miranda

"...a glorious menage of shimmering riffs and shining vocal hooks, creating the perfectly languid soundtrack to those much-traveled roads that so many of us yearn to be a part."

- Gold Flake Paint