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Interview with Andrew Shapiro – “The only way to impress other people is to impress yourself first.”

New York City’s Andrew Shapiro is a unique musical breed: classically trained with a knack for self-taught spontaneity. Large-scale publications, namely the New Yorker and ABC News, were quick to catch onto his artistic sensibilities. To date, the Brooklyn-based singer/composer has released six full-length albums and three EPs. As a …

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Interview: A Darker Color Bright

Dark Pop/Mixed Media Solo Artist A Darker Color Bright (ADCB) has floated into the new electronic music scene with a bleak, minimalistic EP very simply entitled Adcbep1, along with enigmatic music videos for the singles “Fluorescent” in 2015 and “Missing You” in March of this year.  Both videos, though individually unique, emphasize the ascetic …

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