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Fresh on the Net Features Nikkie McLeod

Afrofutire solo artist, Nikkie McLeod has a powerhouse of a single out, titled "Deep Cry", and Fresh on the Net made it a great addition to their Fresh Faves feature.  Everyone is drawn to this track. The afrofuture sound featuring Nikkie on the steel pan drum evokes a strong emotion that...  

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AllMusic Reviews The Incredible Vickers Brothers

On March 9, 2018 The Incredible Vickers Brothers released Torch Songs For swingers, and AllMusic gave their review of the upbeat power-pop album.  "Torch Songs was produced by Vickers' former Orange Peels bandmate Allen Clapp, and revels in tones of jangling power pop and smartly arranged pseudo-Americana replete with the kind of harmonies that could only be achieved by a blood relative...  

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Paste Magazine Features Wes Youssi

Paste Magazine recently featured Wes Youssi's new album, Down Low, with a full review.  In a world where country music has turned into AutoTuned songs about bros and bikinis, anyone who keeps things classic stands out like the most bedazzled of Nudie suits. While Hank Williams, George Jones and Jim Reeves...  

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For Folk's Sake Premieres Rebekah Rolland's Debut Single

Americana artist Rebekah Rolland is gearing up to release her debut album. The first single, "Standing Still" is a vivid sunset gently swaying against the background of an evening prairie. For Folk's Sake had the exclusive premiere, and debuted the new single. "Standing Still" is a testament to this if there ever...  

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PopMatters Premieres Mountain Lions' New Single, "In The Valley"

Former contributor to the indie-rock band, The Lighthouse and the Whaler, Steven Diaz is exploring a musical territory of his own with his new project, Mountain Lions. Having a knack for storytelling, the new Mountain Lions single "In The Valley" is just one magical chapter of the whole book. Click...  

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PopMatters Premieres New Single from Simon Lunche by Bri

Simon Lunche is a soul-pop artist from Berkely California with skills far beyond his 20 years. His new single, "Cherry Wine" sets a romantic scene and features some notable special guests which you can read about here, in the PopMatters premiere!

Simon Lunche Announces Single, "Cherry Wine" by Paul Corsi

The new soul pop single from Simon Lunche, “Cherry Wine,” smolders with the intoxicating aroma of a crackling fire melting away the winter’s bite. Its indulgent mix of silky smooth guitar licks and caramelized vocals is a hypnotizing dance between two enamoured lovers. 

Mackenzie Shivers Announces Single, "The Unkindness" by Paul Corsi

The new piano-driven ballad from New York singer-songwriter, Mackenzie Shivers, stares down hate and animosity with dubious eyes and questions its purpose head-on. Piano melodies and wallowing strings layer like black velvet over rigid mountains of tension.

Daniel Steinbock Announces Single, "13 September" by Paul Corsi

The new indie folk single, “13 September”, from California native Daniel Steinbock, pulls a remembered young love from the depths of an acoustic daydream.

Sean Pawling Announces Single, "Rio Grande" by Paul Corsi

The new single from LA’s Sean Pawling accompanies a Central American immigrant woman trying to get across the US border, and highlights her dogged determination for a better life. “Rio Grande” centers around trombone melodies expanding across the track to create a vast, open landscape set before the protagonist’s journey. 

Emmeline Announces Single, "Superheroes" by Bri

The new single from Dallas singer-songwriter, Emmeline, explodes likes a flash of light jolting a dark, abandoned city restlessly moving in the depths of the night.

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