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Interview: 45 to Argos

Niles, Michigan’s 45 to Argos are a trio loaded with potential. Forming in 2015, the young band honed their musical chops while in college, creating a sound that craftly fuses pop accessibility with alternative merit. Currently, front man Brandon Garrett, bassist Brandon Cromer and drummer David Lowe have solidified that …

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Album Review: Ann Paul – Stay

Ann Paul is a classically trained singer-songwriter based in New York. Hailing from northern Long Island, Paul’s skill set developed smoothly, having taught herself singing and basic guitar as a child before transitioning to formal training through her teen years. Her chops as a songwriter eventually blossomed while in college, …

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The Woman Inside drops music video for single, “Attention Babe”

The Woman Inside, is a burgeoning German singer/songwriter based in Liepzig. Last Friday, he debuted his video accompaniment to “Attention Babe,” the carrier single off his self-titled follow up to 2014’s My Tears Are Waiting for You. A multi-instrumentalist, The Woman Inside’s style combines an alternative presentation (both visually and …

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Single Review: Akash – “Text Me”

Akash is an emerging Indian-American artist from New Jersey. After releasing his debut album, Rooftop Vibes, last summer, “Text Me” gathered recognition from numerous underground hip hop publications, primarily on the basis of its hook factor. Lyrically, it’s sensible in that regard. A song that highlights the modern outcome of …

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Album Review: Deuce – Invincible

After interviewing singer-songwriter/rapper Deuce, I decided to delve further into his follow-up solo album, Invincible. Three singles from the album, “Here I Come,” “Bitch This Is It,” and “World On Fire,” each exhibit a distinctive hybrid of hip-hop and rock. Alone, they continue the growth from Deuce’s previous efforts with …

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Interview: Jon-Mikl Thor

Last week, my review of Thor’s latest album, Beyond The Pain Barrier, was shared by the man himself. I’d reached out to Thor via Facebook, and not only did he enjoy the review; he’d also accepted my proposal for a follow-up interview, thus making what’s presented here possible. Having initially …

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