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Gabe Rivera’s “The Mist” is The Perfect Song for Those Without a Valentine

Chocolates, teddy bears, and sharing a meal with a special someone isn’t the reality for everyone’s Valentine’s Day, and Gabe Rivera’s new single “The Mist” encapsulates the feeling of alienation and loneliness that can come with the holiday. The song, released on February 9 balances a brutal lament with ghostly rhythms that evoke a lingering […]

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Jack Powers of Jack Flowers and The Petal Tones Talks Upcoming Shows, a Debut Album, and The Source of True Originality

New Jersey’s Indie scene has been full of surprises lately, but nothing like Jack Flowers and The Petal Tones. The imaginative band is the brainchild of musician Jack Powers and is currently touring around the Northern Region with an upcoming show on Friday, February 9 at Prototype 237 in Paterson, New Jersey, and The Mill

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Back to June Plays Their First Live Gig at The Stone Pony to Astounding Success

At The Stone Pony’s January 14th Sunday Showcase, Manchester local band Back to June performed their first live gig with impeccable energy that would have you believe they’ve been around for quite some time. Formed by a passionate group of students from both Ocean County College and Manchester Township High School, Back to June as

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Luke Boor Savors the Sorrows of The Post-Breakup Process in His New Single “Queens”

Part of one’s musical journey often relies heavily on location and the places the heart and soul travel to for inspiration. From Texas to Tennessee to New York, indie-rock musician Luke Boor has reflected deeply on each home he’s had over the years and how they’ve contributed to his creative endeavors from music to writing.

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Solar Bloom’s Matt DeVoti on Creating the Vibrant Atmosphere for New Single “This Tiny World”

Known for his funky electronica technoscape aesthetic, Matt DeVoti of Solar Bloom is immersing fans in his rhythmic exploration of communication with his new single “This Tiny World”. With an artistic blend of synthetic beat and meticulously layered vocals, achieved through the usage of both analog and digital instruments, “This Tiny World” delivers a nostalgic

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Emmrose’s New Single Illustrates a Slow-Dance Gone Wrong in a Beautifully Intoxicating Haze

Review of Emmrose’s new single “Electric Nights“ Emmrose’s singles have always been deeply personal, tackling love, loss, and even being Waitlisted by NYU.  Using her New York City background as constant inspiration, the 19-year-old singer has continuously enticed listeners with her dreamy vocals, relatable lyrics, and various experimentations in genre. This time, Emmrose is Taylor

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Cam M Talks Musical and Stylistic Inspiration for Their Latest Single “Dummy”

Interview With Cam M.  Art of all forms and mediums have always been important to young musician Cam M. Starting out as a creative writer and frequently dabbling in poetry, Cam quickly recognized her ability to conceptualize and compartmentalize the varieties in their art. His new single “dummy” released in late June, shares an array

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The Tracys Talk Their Farewell Album Welcome To The Land of Nothing

Throughout turbulent times, punk rock has always remained a constant in providing an outlet for artists to produce angsty, evocative music-something known all too well to Brooklyn pop-punk band The Tracys. Consisting of Matt Ernst, Dave Klym, John Payne, and Larry Mancini, The Tracys is dedicated to everything punk stands for-which is why it’s so

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Stuart Chaseman on “Jewish Matchmaking” and The Many Stories Behind His New Album

Stuart Chaseman admits that he loves being in the spotlight, so when Netflix approached him about their new reality dating show “Jewish Matchmaking” he was more than thrilled to join the team. A musician based in the lively city of Chicago, Chaseman has always been open about his feelings and relationship struggles in his songs,

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Emmrose Explores the Horror of Panic Attacks and Importance of Mental Health Support With “Falling Again”

Review of “Falling Again” by Emmrose    Anxiety is a feeling many are familiar with and yet it can be so hard to describe and illustrate. New York-based singer Emmrose has given words to this potent feeling with her new single “Falling Again” which was written during a panic attack.  “I wrote Falling Again in

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“Portals” Brings to Life a New Era For Melanie Martinez

Review of Portals by Melanie Martinez After almost 4 years of a musical hiatus, Melanie Matinez is back from the dead with her 3rd studio album Portals. Like her other concept albums, “Portals” follows the death of Martinez’s former musical persona crybaby as she enters into her reincarnated nymph form and explores the various portals

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Fall Out Boy’s So Much (For) Stardust is an Electrifying New Era with Hints of the Band’s Old Sound

So Much (For) Stardust Album Review  Fall Out Boy fans are not easily satiated but the band’s new album So Much (For) Stardust has something for every fan, new or old.  After many older fans speculated that this new album would be a “return to form”-reminiscent of the band’s songs from the early 2000s, bassist

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Nicole Saphos Blends Her Jazz Beginnings with Alternative Rhythms in her New Album “Figure Eights”

Patterns-they’ve always been a crucial part of Nicole Saphos’s life. From her background in jazz to her time at the residency program at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine, she’s always valued discipline and structure in her music, but that doesn’t mean she’s trepidatious when it comes to trying new things. Her new

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Paramore’s Sixth Studio Album Delivers A Headbanging Good Time and Relevant Subject Matter

Paramore’s Sixth Studio Album – This Is Why Paramore has always been a staple in the pop-punk/emo community known for their angry, fiery tracks discussing everything from high school love conflicts to divorce and now a topic that many musicians are diving into: the climate of our current world.  But what separates Paramore from other

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Paper Citizen Singer Claire Gohst Talks New Single and Gives Guidance to Aspiring Artists

Claire Gohst Tells How Music Saved Her Life Hailing from Singapore, LA-based pop rock artist and front runner of Paper Citizen Claire Gohst(she/they) has always kept her head up even in the darkest of times. After having to leave home at 17 for coming out as queer to her parents, Claire quickly traveled to the

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