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Fintan McKahey - God Games

Fintan McKahey – God Games

Fintan McKahey is a musician from Ireland that we’ve had the pleasure of connecting with and reviewing over the past years. Check out his review HERE that we did a while back. Well, he has returned with a new project called God Games and I’m personally digging it and I’m going to explain why you […]

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Cayla Brooke

Cayla Brooke – Featured Artist

Cayla Brooke is a singer/songwriter from Vancouver, Canada. We’ve reviewed her music on the website before and she stood out to me so much that I decided to ask her to be a featured artist. She was kind enough to join us on our weekly show Indie Music Live (episode 172). Cayla Brooke – Featured […]

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Janet B

JanetB – The Morpheus Protocol – Review

Looking to chill out to music that’s like nothing you’ve ever heard before? Look no further than Jersey City-based electronic producer/composer, JanetB. Trained in classical composition but influenced by Motown and Jazz, JanetB concocts an ambient blend of original atmospheric electronica. JanetB’s new five-song EP, The Morpheus Protocol, demonstrates how she uses electronic compositions to […]

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Cayla Brooke

Cayla Brooke – Plush Red Chair – Album Review

Cayla Brooke is a rip-roaring solo artist who has defied societal standards with her body-positive sonic revolution since 2013. Based out of Vancouver, Brooke’s music reflects jazzy sophistication with a rock-and-roll attitude. Having celebrated a Christmas album and a critically acclaimed theatrical homage to the late Eva Cassidy, Cayla Brooke is now touring behind her […]

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JT Butler JR

JT Butler – Review

Texas-born JT Butler is a lifelong devotee of music. Raised in Gospel, and steeped in Soul, Blues, and R&B, the 5th generation musician has been pursuing his passion his whole life. As a singer and guitarist, the Bakersfield, CA, performer fronts the Horizon Blues Band, amongst other performance engagements. His devotion to music is immediately […]

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Michael Wayne Stapleton

Michael Wayne Stapleton – Featured Artist

Michael Wayne Stapleton is a musician who is finally able to commit his time and efforts to his music. You see, he started out recording and writing music in the 1980’s and had some notable success as a face in advertising as well. After selling a successful business he moved to Las Vegas, NV, to […]

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Bill McBirnie

Bill McBirnie with Bernie Senensky – The Silent Wish – Review

Canadian flutist Bill McBirnie has returned with another fantastic album of instrumental jazz and Latin music. The Toronto-based artist finds himself partnered again with pianist/accompanist Bernie Senensky; the latest album being their second work together, following 2006’s Paco Paco. Entitled The Silent Wish, the album is brimming with Samba and Bossa Nova sounds, instantly transporting […]

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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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