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Miles Clayton

Miles Clayton – Featured Artist

Miles Clayton is a duo from Quebec, Canada. They speak mainly French but were kind enough to speak English with us for the interview. They describe their music as “Canadian indie with ambient grooves and spacious atmospheres.” They’re brothers who according to them “live very different lives.” Check out the interview below and learn more […]

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Freudz Couch

Freudz Couch – I Don’t Care Anymore

Freudz Couch – the band that has come back from the dead. Luckily, they’re sharing their new music with us. If you haven’t heard about this band on our website yet, well you must be new or you don’t read much, so here’s a quick recap. The band broke up almost 20 years ago and […]

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DJ Straxger

DJ Straxger – The New Old School – Review

DJ Straxger is like a blast from the past, but from the future. Making his own vintage vinyl beats gives him a unique sound not heard lately due to the adoption of the digital recording age. From his bio: DJ Straxger has been rapping since 2005 and producing and DJing since 2008. Straxger uses the MPC […]

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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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JTizzle

JTizzle Has Some New Shizzle

How would I describe the music of JTizzle? Well, I would highly recommend it if you’re having a chill out session. Just as equally groovy as it is trippy, the music is more of a journey rather than one pop song to the next…the music is more “Soundscape.” Imagine me saying the word “Soundscape” with […]

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Marlena

Marlena – My Heart To Yours

Marlena’s new project “My Heart to Yours” is a collection of standards that will take you from cocktails to dinner. Marlena’s heartfelt interpretation of Jazz, Blues, and Standards is uniquely her own. Her haunting romantic vocal styling will linger long after the music (and dinner) ends. Starting out the album is an upbeat and well produced […]

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