Interview: The Imaginaries talk about Inspiration, Success, Recording and Playing Live again

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The multi-talented husband-and-wife duo of Shane Henry and Maggie McClure, together known as The Imaginaries, has published their self-titled debut album in March. The folk rock LP was recorded alongside other great musicians in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and covers themes such as love, faith, and struggle. The first two songs … Continue Reading →

Marina – Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land

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“Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land”, the fifth studio album by British singer-songwriter Marina, is out now. The 35-year-old artist is famous for hit songs like “Primadonna” and “How To Be A Heartbreaker” off her #1 UK-charting sophomore LP “Electra Heart”, released in 2012 when she was known as Marina … Continue Reading →

Shaed – High Dive

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Pop band Shaed has released their debut studio album, entitled “High Dive”. The trio from Washington, D.C., is comprised of twin brothers Max and Spencer Ernst and Spencer’s wife, lead singer Chelsea Lee. The group landed a massive hit with their 2018 single “Trampoline”, a dreamy electropop track which is … Continue Reading →

Levara

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Three-piece rock band Levara has released their self-titled debut album. The LA-based group features American guitarist Trev Lukather (son of Toto’s Steve Lukather), British drummer Josh Devine (of One Direction’s backing band), and French singer-songwriter Jules Galli. They are budding superstars and their musical union brings life to their individual … Continue Reading →

Grace Pettis sings an Anthem to the Working Woman

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It’s time to pay attention because Grace Pettis’ master class on feminism is in session. Born from a travelling songwriter and a poetry scholar, the love for beautiful music and powerful lyrics is in her blood. She authors or co-authors all of her songs, putting a little bit of herself … Continue Reading →

Review: Kaleo – Surface Sounds

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Since the release of their multi-platinum hit “Way Down We Go” in 2015 and the subsequent studio album “A/B”, Icelandic rock band Kaleo is immensely popular. The band’s music is infused with blues and folk, and tends to trickle down one of two tones: soulful garage grunge driven by rugged … Continue Reading →

Fury In The Slaughterhouse – Now

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German rock band Fury In The Slaughterhouse is staging a grand return with the release of their twelfth studio album, “Now”, their first LP of new material in 15 years. The six-piece band from Hannover, best known for the mid-90s releases “Mono” and “The Hearing And Sense Of Balance”, had … Continue Reading →

Demi Lovato – Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over

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Demi Lovato has released her seventh studio album, entitled “Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over”. After a timeout from the spotlight, the singer/actress returns with a 19-track-strong LP that deals with her recovery from a drug overdose in 2018 and the self-discovery process that followed. Loneliness, love, … Continue Reading →

Review: Noga Erez – Kids

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Israeli musician Noga Erez has released her eagerly anticipated sophomore album just in time for the Passover weekend in the Jewish tradition – a Passover gift, if you will. At first listen, “Kids” is a catchy, well-produced, rhythmic trip around what it means to be young in today’s world. Erez’s … Continue Reading →

Justin Bieber – Justice

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“Justice”, the fifth studio album by Canadian superstar Justin Bieber, has been released. The record was published exactly eleven years after Bieber’s debut LP, “My World 2.0”, which sold close to ten million copies worldwide and made him one of the most successful teen musicians ever. His growth is evident … Continue Reading →