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One of the most prolific, relevant, vibrant, and well-hidden activists is the mastermind of American High Doug Terry. American High is a band for the people! Their anti-war songs on their last album “Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement” created a buzz before fans even realized it was a dedication to the war on war, as their orgasmic melodies and decadent harmonies resonated sonic pop culture at it’s very best. Now the band’s
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UK singing sensation Sam Stevens (also known internationally as the James Bond of the Music World) is releasing his new single “Don’t Cry” on Friday March 9th, 2018. Make sure to get your copy as soon as it is available! Sam Stevens formed his first band at 14 as he found the ideal vehicle for his passion. Singing, playing guitar and writing songs. From Led Zeppelin to Thin Lizzy, David Bowie and Roxy Music, music
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Immersed amongst the depths of the boy band world of “No Authority”, the lead singer then known as Ricky G began his music career. Immediately signed to Madonna’s record label, the band toured with Brittney Spears where Ricky and the Mickey Mouse Show starlet became fast and furious friends. At around the same time Ricky also befriended Michael Jackson, and actually danced with him. Fast forward several years, Ricky, now known as “Ricky Rebel” has
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The genius behind The FMs, Matt Namer, was recently coaxed to relieve the inner-most essence of their new single “Eyes Are Suffering”. The band, known amongst other things as a true force in the sensibility and reconstruction of the complacency of the world, has once again created a powerful message, an anthemic reality within this explosive track. The band itself is an orgasmic anomaly, ready to right the wrongs of society in the most musically
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Not quite knowing what to expect, yet hoping for the best, I apprehensively played one of the tracks that singer/ musician/songwriter Mike Greco had sent me off his EP. After listening for less than a moment I was instantly blown away, and compelled to admit to myself, that my hopes paid off. There are probably more artists in New York City trying to rise to fame, than stars in the sky, but when you come
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