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Interview: Danny Padilla

Two months ago Danny Padilla dropped latest single “Too Bad.” He may be a familiar face on YouTube with a variety of videos consisting of music covers, impersonation covers, improv skits, and everyday/personal videos. He’s taking a dive into the music scene with his original music, and his newest single …

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Album Review: Quist – Trigger

Danish instro-rock guitar virtuoso Jacob Quistgaard is spreading his signature sound around the world. Having picked up the six-string as a child, Quistgaard worked to develop a competent skillset by adolescence once moving to the UK. He then furthered his craft in the Royal Music Academy, under the tutelage of …

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Freya Releases Debut Single “Blame”

New London-based singer/songwriter, Freya releases her first debut single “Blame“. In between working and collaborating with other artists in the London music scene, Freya dives in alone this time with her first solo venture. Freya herself describes this track, stating “‘Blame’ is about taking responsibility for the people we attract into …

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Album Review: Civil Youth – Conversations

Philadelphia trio Civil Youth have returned with their third LP Conversations, a record that mixes elements of rock, rap, and electronica to create a unique aura of musicianship. Civil Youth has already toured with big name acts like Twenty One Pilots, AWOLNATION, Phantogram, and Capital Cities, and their multi-genre presentation …

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Dan Black Drops New Video, “Farewell” ft. Kelis

Singer/producer Dan Black recently unveiled “Farewell,” the leading single off his to-be-released Do Not Revenge album (slated for June 6). By itself, the song aptly highlights his ultimately flowing collaborative approach with fellow popstar Kelis. The writing process exhibits an interesting evolution. As Black notes, both artists were undergoing transformative …

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Astroblue Express – Quarter to Somewhere

For fans of Grimes, Die Antwood, or any other new age experimental sounds, self-titled “dream pop” group Astroblue Express dropped debut album, Quarter to Somewhere on Ape Eye Records. With little to no presence in the online music world, Astroblue Express have easily crept their way into music blogs all …

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