• Caesare’: “Luv Muscle” brilliantly manages to hold ...
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    After initially having a development deal with Jive Records, and being part of the rap group O.T.G. which eventually split ways. Caesare’ Swann, also known as Caesare’ or Ray Swann, an American singer, songwriter, and composer, has bounced back. Currently working on his studio album “The Perfect Stranger”, after a period of focusing on a…

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  • Calle Ameln: “Hit Me In The Face”- extending his c ...
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    Everything that singer-songwriter Calle Ameln does is awesome, and his reworking of a 2014 Swedish pop hit by Thomas Stenström , is no different to the results he has achieved with his previously released original music! Calle translated the song infusing his own personal meaning into the lyric. “Hit Me In The Face” is a…

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  • Mortinus: “Black & Green Mornings” ebbs and f ...
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    It’s the end of 2017, and the electronic music market is a crowded one. The emergence of platforms like Soundcloud have had an undeniable impact on this particular style of ambient, world music in the mainstream, making it harder for talented artists like Danish electronic producer, Mortinus to carve out an identity in such a cluttered…

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  • LoFi Chill: “Isolation” – somehow nostalgic ...
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    LoFi Chill is a U.S. based music producer. His style includes elements of lofi hip-hip, chillhop, and chillwave. “Isolation” is his fourth album release. Previous albums include “Optimism”, “For Lovers Only”, and “These Are The Days”. The producer describes the idea behind the album as feeling a deep sense of disconnection while living in heavily…

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  • Recklous: “Friends and Fam” – full of ambiti ...
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    It’s pretty hard to believe that rapper Recklous only dropped his first professionally produced track at the beginning of 2017. Over the years leading up to now, Santa Cruz’s very own lyrical wonder has balanced three personas: The reserved, well-mannered kid, an uplifting positive artist full of ambition and wisdom and an emcee whose love…

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  • Groove State: “Light Up The Sky” – throat-gr ...
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    Australian Indie Electro/Pop group Groove State draw their influences from the likes of Icona Pop, Major Lazer, Sia, Charlie XCX and David Guetta.  The duo consists of Lisjana on vocals, and producer DJ Deep G, who have reached Top 20 USA National Club Chart success (FMQB, DJ Times),  heavy rotation on dance radio airwaves and…

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  • Roger Cole & Paul Barrere: ‘Lost In The ...
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    If you are a Radiohead fan, with a penchant for legends like Pink Floyd and King Crimson, then Roger Cole & Paul Barrere will be an easy band to fall in love with. Thick haunting atmosphere, lots of bleeps and beeps, intense melodies, beautiful vocals and mystery-veiled lyrics, are part of the deal on their…

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  • Rev. Peter Unger gains traction on his timely song ...
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    As Christmas fast approaches, reverend Peter Unger is set to gain traction on this timely song “Christmas Cards”. Several websites have just featured the song and his YouTube views are starting to accelerate. Here’s a little more about the influence of the song and background of Peter: When Peter Unger was growing up, Christmas was…

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  • Rahul Mukerji: “Ma De Re Sha” – breathless g ...
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    Rahul Mukerji is a ‘guitarist’s guitarist’ who revels in a self-penned musical hybrid shot through with intensity, precision and plenty of ethnic flavorings. His 11 track album “Ma De Re Sha” is a big sounding recording with enough of twists and turns to make Rahul’s solos sound both dynamic and interesting. The opening track “Exit 13”…

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