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Single Review: Galexi – Us and Them

Galexi is an emerging duo made up of Jo Alexis (“The Priestess”) and Alexander Johnson (“The Scientist”). Based in Portland, Oregon, the band combines an electronic-based foundation with avant-garde and progressive influences, primarily channeling such legendary acts Bjork, David Bowie, Massive Attack, and Pink Floyd. Following a steady single output …

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Interview: Louis Stein of Busty and the Bass discusses new single, “Out of Love (ft. Macy Gray)”

Busty and the Bass is a Canadian octet based in Montreal, Quebec. With an initial pair of R&B and funk-inspired EPs (2015’s Glam and 2016’s Lift) and a follow up full-length (2017’s Uncommon Good), the band punctuated their output by way of high-profile musical guest features, as well as festival …

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EP Review: Terry Blade – Misery

Terry Blade is an R&B and soul singer from Chicago, Illinois. Blade’s songs may primarily highlight issues among the black and queer demographics, but his raw, unpolished emotion resonates universally. Back in late March, his debut single, “The Unloveable,” was certified gold via DistributeKings.com, having accumulated over 500 thousand combined …

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Interview: Stay Over discusses new single, “Happy”

Stay Over is an emerging indie rock artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Alongside producers Robbie Winward and Cisco Adler, his artistic pursuit is associated with Cocoon Malibu, an organization uniting multiple industries in tandem with music, including visual arts, videography, and recording. Off the strength of debut single “Breaking Glass,” and …

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