Claire Uebelacker

Elektragaaz has released their third EP, “The Synaesthetic Picture Show Now Playing, Pt. 3,” following on the heels of high praise for Parts 1 and 2. The Elektragaaz project is spearheaded by mysterious Frisian composer, Poppo Redband, and is performed mostly by musicians in New York. The music they’ve created together is interesting and unique,
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The newest single by Rapper, Ronnue, entitled “Why” is indicative of the artist’s brash and outspoken nature. It’s a unique hybrid of an original work by Ronnue, that also features Figuz, and footage of Lil Nas X in the music video. Lil Nas X, who just won the VMA for Best Video, earlier in the
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Gigi Vega comes by her talents, honestly. Her jazz musician father’s influence and instruction about music theory gave her the necessary bedrock for a future career, but it takes more. Vega has dedicated herself to pursuing her dreams and ambitions with the required discipline with her attendance at Boston’s famed Berklee Conservatory of Music, her
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Aro Rose has just unveiled her highly anticipated debut music video “Damaged.”  The song has a soulful orgasmic flair that promises to take off like a powerful avalanche.  Aro Rose sparkles with the beauty and innocence of a fairy princess. Looking like the Illegitimate child of Marilyn Monroe and Cinderella, ARO’s songs come from a
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How was Hold On created? I saw a friend going through a difficult time – really down and struggling with anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts – and I wanted to write a song to lift them up and let them know they’re not alone. When my co-writer Mike Meiers (the Emmy winning songwriter/producer, Not the
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It’s been a while since I’ve truly felt transported to another world thanks to an album. The relationship between artist and work is so stiflingly close that oftentimes it can feel like they’re singing directly to you and communicating broad thoughts, but neglecting other components of storytelling or immersion. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/holistic.life.navigation/?hl=en “Songs From the Land”
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“Over” the latest single from R&B artist Norm Adams and Julia Robertson is a nakedly honest ode to the messiness of breaking up. Despite the cover art for the single seemingly evoking the “ripped from the headlines” drama of celebrity, the actual song itself is incredibly intimate and operates at a methodical pace. It’s composition
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Describe the heart of your latest single and how it came to be?  I go back and forth a lot with Anel Saucedo, a producer I work with regularly and dear friend. She is a great encouragement to me, pushing me to believe in my own voice and talent. We started talking about becoming comfortable just
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Describe the heart of your latest single and how it came to be? Edem: The latest Single is called Što Da Radim. Sandra Ban, the celebrated Croatian artist, and our wordsmith extraordinaire, proposed combining a traditional Croatian folk motif “Što Da Radim” or ”What To Do?’ with our KinderCrowdControl music. Next, she sent us soundbites of
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Bands like Once Great Estate are something of an anomaly in the modern musical landscape. On the surface, they are a traditional Country group, though they consider themselves to be Southern Rock. They combine a classic sound with a modern method of storytelling, and at the moment, they seem most preoccupied with the finality of
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A subtle, somewhat somber piano is waiting to commiserate with us in melodic terms in the song “Peace Piece – Revisited,” the opening cut from Monsieur Job’s W.T.F.!, but as we’ll learn in the next five slow jams on this 120-song LP (yes, you read that correctly), facilitating emotionality through singular dimensions is hardly the first
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I hadn’t heard Little King or their previous albums before reviewing their latest release Amuse De Q. Reading in the press materials that Ryan Rosoff, the band’s chief songwriter, cut his teeth on late early period Rush, taught high school English, and focused on creative writing during his college years put me on guard. Would this
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I am nearly fifty years old and confess the 1980’s does not seem so far away to me. The decade’s mid-way point, 1985, is almost forty years in our collective review but Foolish Deep, thankfully, never got the memo. Their five song EP release, recorded live this summer, had no overdubs and sparkles with the
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