Single Review: “Don’t Mean Broken” by Michael Bruner

Michael Bruner, the smooth-voiced singer-songwriter from Bloomington, Indiana, just dropped his debut single “Don’t Mean Broken.” The record, complete with a beautiful music video, created a lot of buzz, with music lovers drawing comparisons with the likes of Jordan Rakei, Dave Matthews, and Jack ...Read More

EP Review: “Elise” by Damon Mitchell

Singer-songwriter-guitarist from Indiana, Damon Mitchell, just released his debut EP entitled “Elise” this month. The six-track album brings to you an interesting mix of 70’s pop rock skillfully created to appeal to the contemporary taste. Despite drawing huge inspiration from the likes of The ...Read More

Album Review: “The Currency of Love” by Chase

After successful release of his single “Chase LP” in March 2018, Chase, a young and happening Hip-Hop artist from Denver, Colorado is launching his new album “The Currency of Love” on Feb. 14th, 2019. The second track of this Hip-Hop blast “Miserable” was released ...Read More

Album Review: “Thunder” by Rick Lee James

A good song is like the soundtrack to a specific moment or season in your life, the instrumentation evokes emotion, the lyrics touch your soul, and it all transforms you into a feeling that you always seem to remember. A sound that never leaves ...Read More

FJB Band “High as a Kite”

Just 3 guys who love music in a town where nothing much happens. That’s FJB Band for you, comprising of music artists Fred Bridgens, Jimmy Sengwaketse, and Ron Van Wyk. Formed in 2016, the band released a self titled album in January 2017 and just completed ...Read More

Single Review: “Fall Girl” by Geoff Gibbons

Orchestrated soundtracks by rare gems we call artist can easily change the climate of an otherwise ambient music scene. Vancouver folk rock artist, Geoff Gibbons, is that gem we have been searching for. “Fall Girl,” is a striking soundscape of unusual colloquialisms, colorful musings, ...Read More

Single Review: “I’ll Be Loving You” by Lucinda Belle

In the industry known as, “music,” there are background singers and there are singers that demand your attention. They demand you sit up and listen because not only are they lyrically clever, but their voice draws you in seductively over supercharged instrumentation creating an ...Read More