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Julian Rhine and Jae-Mi’s No God Flow Single Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 20 - 2014 0 Comment
Julian Rhine and Jae-Mi's No God Flow Single Review

Artist: Julian Rhine feature Jae-Mi Single: No God Flow Production: GC Castillo and Sebastian Apolinario Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are some of the most important unalienable rights the American government proclaims to offer to all its citizens, and has sought to protect since the country’s inception. However, moral and legal persecution for alternative lifestyles is still a thriving source of conflict in modern society. Hip hop/pop musician Julian Rhine is a strong and memorable proponent of pushing American politicians and society to finally practice what it preaches in its Declaration of Independence, and end persecution for alternative religious and romantic beliefs. The New York City-based artist strongly  [ Read More ]

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The Lost Poets’ Insubordia Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 13 - 2014 0 Comment
The Lost Poets' Insubordia Album Review

Artist: The Lost Poets Album: Insubordia Production: Alex Holmberg MFG Studios and The Lost Poets Pushing your limits to fulfill your desire to improve your lifestyle and achieve your goals can often be a dark experience for many people, no matter what their background is or how they previously lived their life. While there are many different approaches to how people can change their harrowing situations, the Stockholm-based rock band, The Lost Poets, drew on confidently heavy and deep ideas to infuse into the songs on their new debut EP, ‘Insubordia.’ Drawing on such influences as Queens of the Stone Age, David Bowie and Soundgarden, the Swedish metal band enthrallingly  [ Read More ]

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The Devine Xperience’s Self-Titled Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 6 - 2014 0 Comment
The Devine Xperience's Self-Titled Album Review

Artist: The Devine Xperience Album: The Devine Xperience Label: Let’s Beat Milo Records Executive Producers: Edgar Montiel & DJ Keoki Recorded and mixed at: Robert’s Recording Laboratory Music can often powerfully engage people’s senses and bring them on an emotional journey as they relate to the gripping lyrics singers infuse into their songs. But musicians who can truly showcase their versatility and passion about important life events and sentiments mainly through their unique beats and instrumentals often have the most dynamic and compelling stories to tell. Such is the case with the resourceful electronic band, The Devine Xperience, whose new self-titled debut album contains a classic mix of dance music  [ Read More ]

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Aug’s Be Careful What You Wish For Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 30 - 2014 0 Comment
Aug's Be Careful What You Wish For Album Review

Artist: Aug Album: Be Careful What You Wish For Production: Recorded at David Bendeth’s studio, House Of Loud; Produced by veteran producer/engineer, Max Caselnova Powerfully exceeding the public’s expectations on not only how you maturely view and approach life’s difficult challenges, but also on how you skillfully revitalize an intriguing but somewhat forgotten art form can be an obstacle not everyone can gracefully embrace and overcome. But the New Jersey-based band, Aug, a spellbinding hard driving, metal-fused group composed of four veteran musicians, is once again proving their natural ability to revive the hard rock genre with their new album, ‘Be Care What You Wish For,’ which is now available.  [ Read More ]

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R&B Soul Singer Chris Batson Shows His Talents with New Single I Know

Up-and-coming R&B-soul singer Chris Batson is proving his musical talents with the release of his debut single, ‘I Know.’ The song is the first release from his debut album, ‘P.S. Love Never Dies.’ The 20-year-old singer, who’s based in Los Angeles, has drawn from his friendships, romantic relationships and inner conflicts to create a diverse sound. Batson incorporates his volatile life experiences, emotions and thoughts into his songs to craft melodic hooks and impactful verses. In addition to his thought provoking lyrics, the musician has also crafted masterful instrumentals to create an ever-evolving sound. For more information on Batson, visit his official website, as well as his Twitter, Facebook and  [ Read More ]

Andrea Remondini Non Sequitur Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 22 - 2014 0 Comment
Andrea Remondini Non Sequitur Album Review

Artist: Andrea Remondini Album: Non Sequitur Production: Andrea Remondini People can often be inspired to pursue life goals after being influenced by renowned pioneers, but once they begin on their own journey, their unique decisions and personalities can often lead them to take progressive strides in their careers and passions. Such is the case with the classically influenced Italian artist, Andrea Remondini, whose newly-released full-length debut album, ‘Non Sequitur,’ is now available. The instrumental synth-pop artist, who hails from Verona, drew from the early works of such musicians and composers as Mike Oldfield and Jean-Michel Jarre to creative abstract, yet equally powerful, sounds on his first record. The artist, who  [ Read More ]

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Country Singer Brad Paisley Goes All In For Planes: Fire & Rescue

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 14 - 2014 0 Comment
Country Singer Brad Paisley Goes All In For Planes: Fire & Rescue

Brad Paisley has recorded two new songs for the upcoming Disney comedy, ‘Planes: Fire & Rescue,’ including ‘All In’ and ‘Runway Romance.’ The country singer signed on to write and perform ‘All In’ after hearing film’s firefighting themes. Besides singing the two songs, Paisley also lent his voice in a cameo appearance as a pickup truck in Honkers Sports Bar. The original motion picture soundtrack for the sequel to last year’s ‘Planes’ is set to be released from Walt Disney Records on July 17. The soundtrack will feature score by Grammy-winning composer Mark Mancina. The new installment will be released in theaters in 3D the following day by Walt Disney  [ Read More ]

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Slipknot's Chris Fehn Announces Limited-Edition Drum Art Collection

Musician Chris Fehn has made a number for himself for more than two decades as the drummer of the Grammy Award-winning metal band Slipknot. Now the drummer, who’s known to the music world as number 3, is showing his fans the world behind the infamous masks he and his bandmates are known for donning during their live shows. Fehn is offering his fans a glimpse behind his mask by collaborating with Los Angeles creativity house SceneFour on ‘Through The Darkness,’ a limited-edition collection of unique visual fine art pieces. With the collection, the rhythmic artwork has been fused with found imagery that’s intended to reveal itself with each viewing over  [ Read More ]

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Tiny Danza Is Killin' It With Launch Of Their New Single's Video

Canadian rock band Tiny Danza is once again garnering attention with the release of the video for their new song, ‘Killin’ It.’ The song will be featured on their upcoming EP, which is set to be released this summer. Tiny Danza first gained fame when they won first prize at the acclaimed International Indie Week competition. While there, they signed their third record deal in eight years. They followed that by taking two solitary years to master their craft, before recording new material in Los Angeles. While there, they worked with Jimmy Harry, a Golden Globe winning songwriter-producer and instrumentalist who has also collaborated with Pink, Kylie Minogue and Weezer.  [ Read More ]

Rob Zombie Launches The Zombie Horror Picture Show Challenge

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 10 - 2014 0 Comment
Rob Zombie Launches The Zombie Horror Picture Show Challenge

Rob Zombie has teamed with ZUUS Media and CraveOnline for a horror filmmaking contest, The Zombie Horror Picture Show Challenge. Fans of the filmmaker and musician are invited to create a three-minute short horror film for the chance to have their submission premiere across ZUUS, CraveOnline and Zombie’s official website. The contest was launched to celebrate the release of Zombie’s first concert film, ‘The Zombie Horror Picture Show,’ by Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe. The movie debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Music DVD chart when it was released on May 19, and remained in the chart’s top spot during its second week. ‘The Zombie Horror Picture Show,’ which is available on Blu-ray,  [ Read More ]

Ras Xix’s Self Titled Debut Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 31 - 2014 0 Comment
Ras Xix's Self Titled Debut Album Review

Singer: Ras Xix Album: Ras Xix Production: Ras Xix Harrowingly discovering and understanding another person’s true intentions and life plans, after investing a significant amount of time and emotions in your connection and relationship with them, is often a painful experience that’s difficult to comprehend and fully move past. That jarring realization that you can no longer consent to the other person’s devious plans and motivations is the intense motivation factor in the gripping, emotionally-driven new self-titled debut album from Ras Xix, which is now available. The acoustic and progressive singer-songwriter-instrumentalist has traveled the world from Singapore to Columbia to Los Angeles and now Austin, Texas, in pursuit of the  [ Read More ]

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Oasis Definitely Maybe

Title: Oasis Definitely Maybe: The Documentary Director: Dick Carruthers In their 14-year recording career, Oasis sold more than 70 million albums worldwide and helped spawn the “BritPop” movement of the 1990s. They also became almost as famous for the frequent intense squabbling and literal fisticuffs between brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher, the primary songwriter and lead singer of the band, respectively. As part of a series of remastered reissues of the group’s first three albums, and specifically to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut, “Definitely Maybe,” a hour-long documentary on its creation is now seeing wider release. Directed by Dick Carruthers, “Oasis Definitely Maybe: The Documentary” charts the crafting of  [ Read More ]

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Joel Havea’s String & Woods EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 28 - 2014 0 Comment
Joel Havea's String & Woods EP Review

Singer: Joel Havea EP: String & Woods Production: Simon Grey & Joel Havea (Nasty Research Centre Hamburg) Soulfully and passionately exploring the emotional solutions to the impeding obstacles that are sure to hold you back, most notably in romantic relationships, can be a challenging aspect in life. But singer-songwriter Joel Havea, a skilled and resourceful musician from the cultural capital of Melbourne, Australia, who now resides in the versatile city of Hamberg, Germany, powerfully developed his own mix of soul and reggae infused lyrics and instrumentals in his new EP, ‘String & Woods,’ to more readily find those solutions. In the wake of his well-received debut album, 2012′s ‘You Make  [ Read More ]

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Kristen Stewart Makes Directorial Debut with Sage + The Saints Video

Actress Kristen Stewart made her directorial debut with the music video ‘Take Me To The South’ by the country band, Sage + The Saints. The video features lead singer Sage Galesi, who’s friends with the ‘Camp X-Ray’ star. The ‘Take Me To The South’ video was shot in Nashville and Los Angeles. It was funded by clothing retailer Buffalo David Bitton, as part of Buffalo’s Blank Check Series. Of helming her first project and working with Galesi and his band, the former ‘Twilight Saga’ actress said: “Working with Sage + The Saints for my directorial debut was a fantastic and rewarding experience. I’m extremely proud of what I and my  [ Read More ]

Juliette Jules’ Black Crow EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 23 - 2014 0 Comment
Juliette Jules' Black Crow EP Review

Singer: Juliette Jules EP: Black Crow Producer: Peter Karroll Teenagers around the world often rely on whatever creative outlets are readily accessible to them to express their powerfully complex and diverse emotions that range from love, loss and the need for acceptance. Rising Parisian singer-songwriter Juliette Jules, is one such talented adolescent who’s passionately and productively funneling her desire to be heard and appreciated in her new EP, ‘Black Crow.’ The enthralling EP, which is being digitally released today for free to celebrate the vocalist’s 16th birthday, maturely combines her diverse musical and literary influences. Throughout ‘Black Crow’s entirety, Jules powerfully infused her appreciation of the purity and emotion of  [ Read More ]

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