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Singer-Songwriter & Producer Amrit Ghatore Releases New Track ‘Far Away’

The young Londoner has seen success with his previous tracks ‘Tell Me’ and ‘It’s Ok.’ Amrit Ghatore is due to release his brand new single ‘Far Away’ on 30th April. Troubled by the farmers’ protests in India, the aspiring electro-pop artist and karate instructor calls for restoring the fragile connection with …

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“High By The Beach” Is The Latest Offering From Christian Corsi

Christian Corsi is an electronic music producer/artist who started making music in 2019. Even with no formal background in music, Christian has always had a natural interest in different forms of creative art such as dancing, acting and modelling. After recognizing his affinity for music, Christian Corsi made the decision to …

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Solo EDM Artist Todd Last Releases New Single As Sonic Radiation

From Dallas, Texas – Sonic Radiation, also known as Todd Last, is a solo artist who creates exciting electronic dance music that is both modern and experimental. Sonic Radiation’s newest song “Roentgen” has recently become available worldwide. Sonic Radiation blends synthesizer grooves and beats to produce a unique sound. By intertwining modern music …

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EP Review: Head Fake – EP3

Head Fake is an international-based project, its members hailing from London, England, New York City, New York, and Miami, Florida. Each member assumes a mononymous identity, being simply known as Michael (multi-instrumentalist), James (bassist/vocalist), and Ivan (producer). Up to this point, the trio has released three EPs: Head Fake, EP2, …

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Interview: Ed Sweet of Electric Sol discusses new single, “I Think I’m Falling”

Electric Sol is a project that combines retro funk and dance foundations with contemporary production and personable, relationship-based insight. Originally founded in 2016 as a solo effort by Phoenix, Arizona-based singer/songwriter Ed Sweet, the concept gradually grew into a band, which left its initial imprint with a fittingly nostalgic eponymous …

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