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Indie Rock Musician Gabe Rivera Announces Tour Dates Across New Jersey

New Jersey native Gabe Rivera has been deadset on taking his indie rock career from his bedroom to various stages throughout the state. After working on an array of projects that include new music, Rivera is inundating himself with a new era of creativity. From January to February, Rivera is hitting some iconic spots with […]

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Jeremy Fury’s Songs for Hanukkah Ignites a Spark in Listeners 

Interview with Jeremy Fury of Jeremy & The Harlequins The holidays being at the end of the year are a time for relaxation and preparing for what’s ahead in the coming year, but it can also be a great time for reflection. With fervent unrest in the world, it can be difficult to look back

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Young DJ Dylan Feszko Reflects on His Journey Into Musical Entertainment

Through the halls of Neshaminy High School, as students shuffled to their next classes, there was always one student who called attention wherever he went. With headphones covering his ears, head bobbing, and shoes skidding on the shiny linoleum, Dylan Feszko carried his passion with him dancing down the hallways and getting lost in the

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Rehya Stevens Gives a Show-Stopping Voice to The Soundtrack of Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny

Review of Rehya Stevens’s songs in Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny   The new Lifetime drama Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny doesn’t only portray a riveting story about a young woman desperate to save herself from the dangerous inner circle of a glamourous superstar, the film also features an eclectic soundtrack fronted by the lively

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Charles Newman On Creating The Diverse Soundtrack From Universal Pictures’s The List

We all remember those iconic scenes from a selection of films that have remained a staple of cinema. From the actor’s performance to the sharp editing and mood-determining lighting, every little intricate detail melds together to create a moment that audiences will soon label as unforgettable. Of course, there’s another key element that assures a

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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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Cold Equations Lead Singer Drew Kohl Shares How They Found Their Unique Sound

Finding yourself in the music industry is already a difficult task, but trying to find yourself amidst a traditional musical landscape with a heavy set of expectations is even more challenging. This is what Drew Kohl, the lead singer of indie-rock band Cold Equations learned during his time in Nashville. While an iconic place for

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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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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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Will Wood Releases Live Album “in case i die” and Begins his Indefinite Musical Hiatus

When we last spoke with singer/songwriter Will Wood, he described the process of making his pivotal decision to take a break from music to focus more on himself and his mental well-being after the release of his artistically complex album “in case i make it”. Now, the artist has treated audiences to one last hurrah

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The Mayor Shares Their EP Recording Process and Their Love of All Things Music

Interview with Metal Band The Mayor    Live At The Acropolis is the latest EP from The Mayor which is less of a band and more of a group of childhood best friends getting together to play whatever their hearts desire while, of course, worshiping Greek composer Yanni. With Mike (Tyson) Abiuso on vocals, Kevin

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The Mayor’s Live At The Acropolis Delivers Rampaging Tracks and a Hell of a Good Time

Review of The Mayor’s Live At The Acropolis  A follow-up to their Grammy-submitted and considered album There Will Be No Miracles Here, Live At The Acropolis is New York-based metal band The Mayor’s latest EP. Members Mike (Tyson) Abiuso, Kevin (Bacon) Otto, James (Bond) Ryan, and Joe (Pesci) Occhiuti have teamed up with Kill Iconic records

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‘Tina – The Tina Turner Musical’ is a Must-See Theater Experience This Holiday Season!

Tina: – The Tina Turner Musical is a true triumph! Part Broadway musical, part R&B/rock concert, and all heart, it is truly an evening of theater you do not want to miss. You just can’t help singing along and dancing in your seat! Part of the Broadway series, this high-energy show is appearing at the

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The Young Musicians of Daze Talk About Balancing School and Performing

Daze Talks About Balancing School and Performing Since joining Union County, New Jersey’s School of Rock program, siblings Gabe and Adriana Rivera knew they loved performing. The two were selected to join the advanced section of the program and are scheduled to play at the Prudential Center in Newark with other student musicians from around

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Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” Illustrates Emotional Intensity but Delivers Musical Mediocrity

Review of Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” Swifties have been riled up since the announcement of “Midnights”, Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album. Swift also fueled the excitement with “Midnights Mayhem”, a series spanning across her social media accounts that featured her revealing a new title track out of the 13 songs on her latest project. Now, “Midnights”

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Will Wood Leaves the Musical Scene With “In case I make it”

Will Wood Talks About His 4th Album: “In case I make it” Singer/songwriter Will Wood recently released his fourth studio album “In case I make it” and unfortunately, it might be his last. The singer rose to prominence in 2020 with experimental and upbeat single I/Me/Myself which especially resonated with the queer community and music

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Nothing but a Nightmare’s Eddie Tamanini Shares the Band’s story from High School to Now

Interview with Eddie Tamanini of Nothing but a Nightmare Since 8th grade when being introduced to the alt-rock band Panic! At The Disco, Eddie Tamanini knew he wanted to be a musician. In 2018, Eddie and his friends launched that dream into a reality by forming Nothing but a Nightmare and releasing their first single

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Television Overdose’s Tyler Talks New Single, and the Importance of Having Fun With Your Art

TVOD’s Tyler Talks To PCM Alt rock band Television Overdose or “TVOD” for short, has just released their new single “Alien” and they’re ready to party. Hailing from New York and gracing many venues around town with their craziness and electric energy, tonight they’re returning to the familiar faces at Our Wicked Lady which is

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Human Zoo Talks Debut Album Release and The Production of Their Eccentric Musical Spectacle

Aside from the familiarity and inundation of pop and rap songs, there’s Human Zoo founded by Joey Papa and Spentzer Daniel, expanding the boundaries of music and playing with intricate and unique beats, sounds, and lyrics. Their first music video “Serial Killer” fittingly released 2 days before Halloween 2021 was screened at the 2022 Cranford

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Demi Lovato Displays her Demons in “HOLY FVCK”

Demi Lovato has faced unimaginable challenges throughout their lifetime. Through a rocky relationship with their family, the pressures of childhood stardom, and a near-fatal drug overdose in 2018, the 30-year-old singer has actively worked to pursue a mindset and lifestyle that works best for her and their career.  Demi’s 8th studio album HOLY FVCK deals

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Emily Gabriele Shares The Inspiring Personal Story of her Debut Album

NYC-Based Singer Emily Gabriele Shares Her Musical Story  Alt-pop singer/songwriter Emily Gabriele is gearing up for her debut album “Omega Man” premiering on May 27th 2022. She melds many influences in her music and stresses the importance of sound and lyrical rhythm in her emotionally fluid songs. After facing a deep, personal tragedy in 2019

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Rob Roth Shares His Journey Through Injuries, Covid, and Finding His Place in the Music Industry

Rob Roth Talks His Debut EP “Sink or Swim” Hailing from Long Island and now residing in New York City, pop/rock singer Rob Roth has only been in the music industry for a few years primarily focusing on more athletic endeavors. After facing multiple injuries due to basketball, Rob decided to pick up the guitar

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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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EDM Artist CHYL’s New Track “Bestie” Doubles as a Female Empowerment Anthem and Hyper Dance Song

CHYL Shares Her Journey and How Female Friendship Aided in Her Success as an EDM Artist   Chinese-Canadian LA based EDM artist Rachel Shi or CHYL(pronounced “chill”) just released her new song “Bestie”-an energetic collaboration with DJ Amber Na. CHYL has created, written and produced multiple singles throughout 2021 including “Boom Boom”, “All That Bass”

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How Artistic Collaborators Karen Saillant and Mi-Kyoung Lee Are Changing Our World!

  One day, some 16 years ago, opera director Karen Lauria Saillant was walking by the University of the Arts and was drawn in by the riveting display windows.   She walked inside and mentioned that she was looking for help with an upcoming opera she was working on to take from Philadelphia to Italy.     Soon after, in

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How Opera And Arts Lover Karen Saillant’s Life’s Work Is Bringing Us Joy When We Need It The Most!

Every summer for the last 16 years, the picturesque town of Citta’ della Pieve, (located between Rome and Florence) has hosted Karen Lauria Saillant’s opera festival where guests were treated first-hand to beautiful world premiere Italian operas; a staggering 16 operas in 16 years. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the structure of the 17th world premiere Italian opera

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