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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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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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Fresh on the Net Features Baeilou

  UK music blog, Fresh on the Net, featured "Eleanora", the new baroque-folk single from Baeilou. There is a mystery behind the track, fueled by Mia Pixley's talented cello playing. "Eleanora" ignores boundaries and delivers a sound of its own at full force, picking up haunting pieces along the way. The...  

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What's Keeping the Music Industry from Discovering You?

There’s no doubt about it, Facebook can be a frustrating experience. Just when you overcome one hurdle to have your posts appear in a newsfeed, they create another algorithm and you have to start all over again.However, just because your posts aren’t appearing doesn’t mean people aren’t seeing your page.The...  

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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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Social Stance Saturday: The Power of Music (by The Shades) by Bri

How does music inspire you? Does it make you feel powerful? For the Chicago-based acoustic pop band, The Shades, their love for music expands far beyond themselves. They have paired up with Guitars Over Guns, an organization that uses music to mentor and strengthen their community. Read the inspirational story now!

"Breathe" by Harp Samuels is KUTX's "Song of the Day" by Bri

Melbourne singer-songwriter, Harp Samuels, has put in all of his emotional experiences into his single, "Breathe". Austin- based KUTX features the single as their "Song of the Day". Read more here!

PopMatters Premieres Young Readers's New Video For "Dancing" by Bri

The video for "Dancing" by Young Readers is here, and it's all because of PopMatters! Read more about the video and watch it now!

AfroPunk Features Baeilou's New EP, "Inside Under" by Bri

Gothic Folk cellist, Baeilou, takes listeners on a multi-sensory adventure on her new EP, Inside Under. AfroPunk features the EP on their blog, so read more about what they had to say!

The Bluegrass Situation Premieres Nickel&Rose's EP, "Americana" by Bri

Nickel&Rose are bringing a new perspective to what we all know as "Americana" music. Find out how they're changing the game with their EP premiere from The Bluegrass Situation!

Dusty Stray Announces Single, “You Couldn’t Wait To See Me Cry” by Paul Corsi

The new single off the fifth album Estranged by Netherlands-based dark noir folk act Dusty Stray flickers with a somber glow. “You Couldn’t Wait To See Me Cry” burns through atmospheric nuances and layers of eerie orchestral folk.

Social Stance Saturday: All For One and... None For All (by Red Moses of Callow) by Bri

Inspired by real life events, San Francisco duo, Callow's upcoming album explores the frustrations faced by everyday people in society. People who are simply struggling to make ends meet, and make up a large percentage of society, are being squashed under the feet of the wealthy, who make up a much smaller percentage of society. Read Red Moses's Social Stance about the prblematic wage gap. 

This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.

The J.O.B. Announces Single, “Lisa’s Song” by Paul Corsi

The new single from Richmond band The J.O.B. is an impassioned ballad from a wanderlust soul. “Lisa’s Song” captures the buzzing amplifiers, driving melodies, and giant hooks of every venue across America.

4 Elements of a Great Music Blog Pitch by Janelle

The truth is that blogs are burdened by submissions and only have so much time in the day to listen and check out every band that comes their way. If you want to be the one who gets heard, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances.

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

Daisybones Announces Single, “Choke” by Paul Corsi

The new single from Boston indie rock band Daisybones creates a hazy atmosphere of volcanic riffs, dynamic tempo changes, and a bulldozer sized groove that never says quit. 

The Vegan Guy in the Band: Social Stance Saturday (by Jim O'Ferrell from The J.O.B.) by Bri

Being vegan is more than just a choice, it is a lifestyle. And for Jim O'Ferrel of Richmond, VA rock band, The J.O.B., it is a lifestyle he maintains while being out on the road with his band. Read his social stance now and gain VIP access to how he maneuvers through fast food restaurants, bar-food menus and more! 

This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.

Nikkie McLeod Announces Single, “Quarrel” by Paul Corsi

The new single from Afrofuture artist Nikkie McLeod is a swirling storm cloud of trial and tribulation breaking into overcoming resolution. “Quarrel” is a ballad in the form of Parang music, a traditional folk blend from Trinidad & Tobago. Its steady rise and fall captures each breath McLeod pours forth from an aching soul.

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