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Independent Music Worldwide Playlist 04/28/2019

The best independent, self-made music from across the globe. Here are the latest new cuts from the underground. Krigarè – Take On Me ALYA – Half of the Sun Voyce Memos – Division Sluka – Ready to Connect General Maynyrd Band – You’re the Type J’Moris – Do My Thang He Is Me – Let...

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Texan rapper J'Moris's new EP "RNB"

#Newmusicalert – Fort Worth Rapper J’Moris Makes Bid For The Throne With “RNB” EP Release

Rising Fort Worth rapper J’Moris is all truth. You can hear it in his swagger on the mic. Potent energy coming from one of rap music’s best upcoming MC’s. His latest release is the 6-track EP “RNB“, released Feb 14, 2019. Prior to that were two releases in 2018, the single “K.A.M” and EP “Extra”....

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REVIEW: “The Humors” by Ryan Dugré

By ELI JACE > Ryan Dugré’s upcoming release, The Humors, is a calming, sleepy anecdote. Guitarist Ryan Dugré works out of Brooklyn, New York, but he plays the guitar like he was born in an unnamed field with perpetual morning.   Dugré searches for lucidity with his playing to capture an inner dialogue with chords...

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Independent Music Promotions Playlist on Spotify

We’re constantly curating the music picks on our #IndependentMusic Worldwide playlist on Spotify. Genres covered range from electro pop and alternative to hip hop and doom metal and everything in between. If it’s good and it’s independent (label or artist), we’ll consider it. And you’ll most certainly be streamed alongside some other very awesome and...

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REVIEW: “Fog Area” by Anne Malin

By ELI JACE > Fog Area, by Anne Malin is here to gut your winter. Somewhere in the depths of the Renaissance backwoods you might find the Fog Area, or it could be offroad in a Massachusetts forest preserve, or possibly, a place only accessible after listening through the new album by Anne Malin.   Out of...

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7 Best Las Vegas Music Venues

7 Best Las Vegas Music Venues Not surprisingly, the party capital of the world is also where you’ll find some of the best music halls and arenas in the US. Las Vegas, Nevada is home to several specialty venues dedicated to genres, sub-genres, cult cultures, and musical circles as veritable meccas for live performances. These...

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Korn’s Follow the Leader, Two Decades On

By ELI JACE > The year is 1998. Jonathan Davis barks back at a speeding bullet, sending it back through gas stations, backyard birthday parties and other scenes of sweet, late-century America, in the video for Korn’s “Freak On A Leash.” Without a doubt, one of the finest music videos, embracing the concept of a...

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REVIEW: “Darkness Sunshine” by New Indiana

By ELI JACE > Darkness Sunshine, the debut album from New Indiana, is folk music for the soundscape of dreams. The sort of album that you put on and instantly fall into a sleepy static buzz. Darkness Sunshine plays out like a day with no plan, like a road wobbling around the base of a mountain in a...

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FILM REVIEW: The Icarus Line Must Die

By ELI JACE > “Everybody in your band has been psycho,” Joe Cardamone’s wife, Charlotte, reminds him in the new film, The Icarus Line Must Die, released to streaming services last week by Dark Star Pictures. Encouraging words with subtle derision as Cardamone, singer and headmaster for the Icarus Line, stresses over getting a band...

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REVIEW: “Volume 1” by Bogie, Kaufman and Mann

By ELI JACE > Volume 1 from the trio Bogie, Kaufman and Mann is an unpolished gem of improvisation. Released last month by Figure & Ground, Volume 1 is the first in “An Archival Series of Live Instrumentals,” an ongoing collaboration of off-the-cuff recordings from the threesome.    The musicians, Stuart Bogie, Josh Kaufman and Geoff...

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REVIEW: Celebrating David Bowie

 By ELI JACE > When planet earth lost its Starman David Bowie in 2016 the landscape went dark. The man was gone. But, for the rest of us, thankfully, his music remains locked in digital space and in our heads. Celebrating David Bowie, the touring tribute, features some of Bowie’s closest collaborators and friends. The...

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