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Remotejazz

Remotejazz – Featured Artist

Remotejazz is the glorious music project of Robert Bryant. The music he creates may make you feel relaxed and possibly more sane, which is a good thing. If you’re not into the smooth jazz scene then maybe you should be, and Remotejazz is here to win you over. Both Dave and I are huge fans […]

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Ben Hippen

Ben Hippen – Featured Artist

If you’ve been following our indie music social media channels for the past few years, then you may have heard of pianist Ben Hippen. Ben has an extensive background in music, but when he’s writing his own stuff he doesn’t necessarily fit into a specific indie niche. He stands out all on his own as […]

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Jake Henniger

Jake Henniger – Off The Ledge – Review

“Off The Ledge” is the most recent single by Jake Henniger since the release of his self-titled debut album earlier this year. The song starts out with a “shucky” muted rhythm guitar that hints at the contemplative feeling of taking a risk, like jumping off a ledge. As the music slowly grows into more melodic […]

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Ben Hippen

Ben Hippen – Review

Ben Hippen is doing something that most indie musicians are not. He’s making REAL music. Classically influenced dreamscape-ish music to be exact. Ok, most indie musicians are writing some legitimate tunes too, but Ben is doing something really cool and unique and I’m going to tell you about it. Ben Hippen So, Ben has released […]

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Remote Jazz

Remotejazz – Oceanview – Review

Frederick, Maryland: home to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. One could argue that it is also home to another kind of medicine – Remotejazz for the soul. I am of course talking about music. But not just any music. Frederick, MD, is the home to Robert L. Bryant, an independent artist, record producer, […]

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EyE-C

EyE-C – “E” – Review

Eye-C is a duo making some interesting music based out of Ft. Wayne, IN. Are you into weird stuff? Then this may be your new favorite band! These two guys are pushing the boundaries of music and you may need to put your helmet on before we start. Got it on? Good, here we go. […]

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JanetB

Janet Brooks – Skyline – Review

Janet Brooks is a classically trained pianist that writes down-tempo chill music. Hey, that sounds almost like the female version of me lol. Having said that, I understand where she is coming from. She is inspired by down-tempo/chill-out/nu jazz artists like Bonobo, Nujabes, Thievery Corp, Stephanie Sante, Alex Volosnikov, etc. and has recently released an […]

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