Blu DeTiger Offers A New And Intriguing Perspective On Indie Rock with ‘All I Ever Want Is Everything’

Everyone on this planet is graced with the power of choice. You can choose to create…

Devotion to Individuality Spotlights Games We Play’s ‘Life’s Doing Great’

There is nothing logical about music. Never has been. It has many sides; polite, profitable, iconic,…

REVIEW: Personal and Poignant Lyrics Headline Brynn Cartelli’s ‘Out of the Blue’

I often ask myself, why is it so damn difficult being a woman. Not all day…

An Unbeatable Synergy for Royel Otis with their Debut Album, ‘Pratts & Pain’

Are you ready for some fresh new music that is sure to infiltrate the music industry?…

REVIEW: ‘Venus’ by Zara Larsson

Music is crammed. But in a good way. Overflowing with singers, songwriters, and producers can feel…

REVIEW: Quarters of Change’s Album ‘Portraits’

What makes rock, rock? Perhaps it’s the lyrics boiling with a hint of rage? The mayhem…

Braden Bales’ ‘CATALYST’ is the chemical reaction your playlist has been asking for

It is no surprise that in today’s music market, likes matter. Followers are relevant. As an…

Absolutely’s Debut Album ‘Cerebrum’ Lives Up to Its Unique Title

When was the last time an LP took you on a journey across the globe without…

Jonah Kagen’s New EP ‘The Roads:’ A Bonafide Classic in the Making

It wasn’t a tiny moment as my finger touched down on the space bar, and a…

R&B has found a new face and sound in Zoe Wees’ ‘Therapy’

Looks can be deceptive. Don’t judge a book by its cover. And my personal favorite metaphorical phrase—don’t just…