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Interview with DUBB

There are few rappers working harder today in the Los Angeles area than DUBB. The artist has a reputation of being the “California Mixtape King” and he has recently released his latest effort Perfect Timing in April. His wisdom and powerful outlook on life shines in his lyrics and in …

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Interview with Stephen Inglis

Grammy-nominated artist Stephen Inglis is back with a brand new album, Learning You By Heart. The thirteen-track album is personal, heartfelt and full of life as the Hawaiian born artist uses his native music, as well as outside influences to create a truly powerful effort. Inglis is currently on the road …

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Interview: The Stolen

  The Stolen: August 28th interview at Gamechanger World in Howell, New Jersey.   Hailing from New Jersey, The Stolen is a five-member band that was formed in 2005. Before their home-show set, Music Existence sat down with band members Dom Cuce (vocals), Rob Chiarappa (guitarist and vocals), Mikey McDonald …

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An Interview with Foreign Beggars about City Hack

The City Hack campaign, sponsored by Desperados and in conjunction with dance/urban big hitter UKF, has this summer been looking for the brightest creative talents at putting on and running events in the UK.  With three finalist teams (each made up of a DJ, a promoter, a graphic designer, and a visual artist) from three different cities selected …

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Interview With Space Apaches

Space Apaches are a humorous and clever bunch from the Asheville, North Carolina area. They are mostly known as studio musicians working with each other and fellow artists to produce tracks, but every now and then, they get together and create music as Space Apaches. The tunes never disappoint. The band …

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The Saving Grace of Rock – An Interview with Bridge To Grace: “[The radio station] went from Slipknot to Justin Bieber, and we were like, ‘What!?’”

There’s nothing like the cavity-inducing sound of pop music blasting from the radio to make you ponder if rock is truly dead. After all, if the life of music is directly correlated to the number of plays per hour a DJ spins, then rock would be buried six feet under …

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Interview With Jelani Lateef

Jelani Lateef has built up quite a following in the Chicago hip-hop scene. His latest album, Cold Days and Dark Nights is a tremendously personal effort that sees Lateef graduate from artist to artist/producer. After the hardships he has encountered over the previous few years, Lateef launched his own company, Manhood …

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