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Dallas Musician Gives Back to Aspiring Artists through The Sound Foundation: An Interview with TSF Artist, The Pröjekt

The saying goes, “Those who can’t do, teach,” but for Murder FM front man, Norman Matthew, teaching is just another part of the job. In 2013, the Dallas musician created The Sound Foundation, a bonafide “School of Rock” where music lessons and album release shows replace math classes and drama …

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Rock Photographer and L.A. Musicians Team Up to Fight Homelessness through Music: An Interview with Screaming At Demons

Homelessness isn’t an easily distinguishable characteristic like height or skin tone, but it is a reality that more than 3.5 million people currently face. With one in seven at risk, homelessness comes in various shapes and styles, an idea famed rock photographer, Nigel Skeet, kept in mind as he took to …

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Interview With Kimia Penton

Lessons From Life And Love is the newest album from psychologist turned musician Kimia Penton. Her heartfelt songs have strong meanings to the artist and those emotions resonate with listeners as well. With the album due out on October 16th, Penton is currently planning a tour to support the material …

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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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