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Caroline McLavy

Caroline McLavy – UK Electronica

Caroline McLavy is an Indie Electronica artist that is based in the UK. UK Electronica is probably one of my more favorable genres so I was excited to see her submission. Caroline’s glossy image on the cover of Electrostatic definitely fits the overall feel of the music. Electric baby! Caroline is said to have come from the […]

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New Aristocrats

The New Aristocrats – Review

I have learned a lot from The New Aristocrats. Mainly, I did not know 80’s freestyle dance-pop was a thing. After a few google searches, however, I discovered that it really is a thing. Where have I been since the 80’s? I guess in the 90’s. And then the 2000’s. But anyway, apparently there is […]

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Elizmi Haze

Elizmi Haze – Featured Artist

Elizmi started writing music at the age of 14. She says her “mother bought her a computer with loads of space and loads of software” so that she could start writing her own music. She says at first it was just for fun, but then it got serious. Elizmi Haze It appears to have gotten […]

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Reality Suite

Reality Suite – Featured Artist

Reality Suite is a rock band from New Jersey. The band has been around for about 6 years with the most recent unit running around 3 years. This band caught my eye right from the get go when I was hanging out with bassist Antonio at one of our Musician’s Roundtable Discussions. The band has an experienced […]

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Bad Mary

Bad Mary: It’s Bad, In A Good Way – Review

When I think of Bad Mary I think of pure raw energy. Every song is the perfect length and never skips a beat in the energy department. In fact the only break the listener gets on this 6 song excursion is the 2 seconds between songs. Just enough to catch your breath and keep moshing. […]

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Alejandra

Alejandra – Urban Mayan Life

The Urban Mayan A student of LaGuardia Performing Arts School (Jennifer Aniston, Nicki Minaj), Alejandra was surrounded by creativity growing up. Coupled with summertime trips to Guatamala it’s almost as if Alejandra has been bred and groomed to be a level headed star by having a wide array of world experiences growing up and she’s […]

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Whitney Ann Jenkins

Whitney Ann Jenkins And Her Platonic Guy Friends

Female acoustic singer/songwriters beware, there’s a new kid on the block. Welcome Whitney Ann Jenkins to the party. With a name like Whitney Ann Jenkins this reviewer was imagining glossy country talking about run down cars and poor girl problems. Well that’s not really true. First off the music isn’t country, it’s acoustic pop/folk backed by […]

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