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krishen

Krishen – Which Way – Single Review

Krishen is a 20-year old hip-hop artist from London, UK. If Macklemore and Drake had a British younger cousin, his name would be Krishen. He recently released his mixtape Figuring It Out and we’ll be reviewing a tune. Krishen – Which Way People need this in their music. It creates an atmosphere of introspection which […]

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joanna-weston

Joanna Weston – What Are We Fighting For?

Joanna Weston is at it again with her new single “What Are We Fighting For?” I’ve been listening to Joanna now for a while and I think this is her best release yet. Here’s why… I’ve enjoyed every one of Joanna’s songs that I have heard, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t needed some TLC. […]

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knightlife

Knightlife – Field Day

Knightlife seems like a band that gets it. They sound like they’ve all been around studios and venues long enough to know what works and what to avoid. It seems like they all know what sounds they want from their instruments & know how to get them. The same goes for their approach to songwriting & recording. The […]

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Jour Majesty

Jour Majesty – Album Review

It does not take long to realize that Jour Majesty has something special going. These days, many bands in the country-pop genre seem formulaic and repetitive, with each song a similar variation of singular theme. Not so with Jour Majesty (JM). Although there is a distinctive sound common to all their compositions, partially due to […]

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Mandabrat

Mandabrat – A Mother’s Pain

MandaBrat returns with his Deep House song “A Mother’s Pain”. It really has a unique sound at the onset that resembles a Xylophone. I was refreshed to hear him thinking outside the box on what instrument to choose. Later, he changes it to a more digital type sound and seems to insert a reentry of […]

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Monochrome Coast

Monochrome Coast – Review

A practice space was located and prepared in an East Rutherford warehouse in order to minimize distractions and make way for abundant and high quality compositions emphasizing their new mission for innovative sounds. Yet writing as simply instrumentalists was not enough, and one final piece of the puzzle remained – locating a skilled and dedicated […]

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Ninth Floor Mannequin

9FM: Green And Blue For Blackness

You see, Jarrod was running one day and was hit by a drunk driver to which he has no memory. He was in a coma for days to which he finally awoke from. To this day he says that he can’t feel parts of his body, can’t taste, can’t smell but he says, “I’m ok with […]

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