interviews

London born, San Francisco-based jazz/alternative pop recording artist and Harpist, Lucinda Belle has just released her new single entitled, “I’ll Be Loving You”. The song grabs you instantly and is a jazzy, retro, vocally angelic passionate song reminiscent of the music of the 1940s and 50s. Her music is elegant and exciting at the same time. Considered a child prodigy at the harp, everyone thought Lucinda would follow a classical music path. However with the
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New York City based rocker Jared Weiss has recently released his new full -length album entitled, “Isolated Thunderstorms”, a story telling, rock extravaganza depicting his own heart felt experience of love lost. “Isolated Thunderstorms is an auto-biographical confession born out of a life and the need to tell the truth. I threw away the love of my life because I was too sick to care. My mind was warped. I hit rock bottom. What choices
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Some of the most beautiful music that I’ve heard recently has come from the sensational folk-rock faction Highbeams and their new release entitled: “Keep Meaning It”, released October 1, 2018. The band consists of Adam Pendlington on vocals, guitar and bass, Stephen Quinn on vocals, bass and guitar, and Ian Pendlington on backing vocals, Cajon and piano. “Keep Meaning It is about continuing to pursue something even after it becomes challenging. Whether it be in
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New York based artist Scott Chasolen has just released his new single entitled “Limbo”, an emotional and compelling, soul searching, heart felt, “purgatory between togetherness and divorce. I wrote it while my marriage was hanging in thin air, unsure what direction it would go”… the artist. Mostly a pianist, Scott Chasolen has toured internationally with a Pink Floyd cover band called “The Machine.” Introduced to the music world at age ten, by age sixteen he
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London based jazz/funk musician Kieron Garrett, brainchild of the Synthonic project has just released his new EP entitled, “Sunshine”. “My USP would be the fact that I write, record and produce everything by myself. I think also designed my own website, established my own videos, etc. because after playing jazz in London for 10 years, often to small audiences and for very little money. It was time for a change! With the project, I don’t
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