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Fabio Trentini Takes Us Moonbound With “Peak Of Eternal Light”

Moonbound is the very impressive and very genre-bending solo project of Fabio Trentini, and it has afforded him comparisons to Peter Gabriel and Brendan Perry to name a few. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, Fabio. Your album “Peak of Eternal Light” sounds both classic and futuristic simultaneously. Peter Gabriel has always had this quality, and...

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Singer Songwriter JJ Crowne Discusses “Songs of Innocence and Experience”

JJ Crowne is a soulful adult contemporary singer/songwriter from Miami, Florida with philosophical lyrics and inspired storytelling. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, JJ. Congrats on the release of your new album “Songs of Innocence & Experience”. Now, you played everything on the release. Do you have a home studio where you do all this? It...

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Robert Nix appeals to fans of The Talking Heads, David Bowie and The Beatles

Robert Nix writes, records and produces music on his own terms. His new album “Walk Down the Street” is a strange, intellectual and very mindful journey into awareness and wonder. This is a solo artist coming from left field, and necessary listening for fans of The Talking Heads, David Bowie, or The Beatles.  Robert, I...

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Punk Band Digital Royalty release “Homosexual”

Digital Royalty are an alternative/experimental band from Chicago, Illinois who are a punk band at heart. Unlike many punk rock acts, they thoroughly embrace the internet as a tool to promote themselves, and they take it one step further by writing songs based on internet memes, for example. The track sent to me today is...

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Exclusive Interview with Folk Singer Songwriter Darlene Bailey

I’m privileged to have an exclusive interview with folk singer/songwriter Darlene Bailey, whose debut 2011 CD release “Wrenches & Rags” is already critically acclaimed because of her beautiful melodies, seasoned song-writing and deeply insightful lyrics. Her track “Hello, Old Bureau” is recommended listening for serious folk music listeners. Not surprisingly, my interview with Darlene produced...

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Album Review – SNAFU Kitties “Break Yo’ Back” EP

SNAFU Kitties “Break Yo Back” EP is the latest album to be sent my way, and it’s an impressive debut with a funky, jazzy take on pop/rock inspired by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, No Doubt, The Beatles and Fiona Apple. This combination makes for pop/rock that is both experimental and interesting. Lead singer Jessie...

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Exclusive Interview and Feature with Steve Kouba – “Fake It ‘Til You Make It”

Steve Kouba is a strange cat to be sure, but aren’t the strange ones the best when it comes to music and art? This Chicago musician/singer songwriter has carved a unique niche for himself and is also doing something 99 percent of musicians want to do; earning a living off his music. Steve is currently a...

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Pat Smith Brings The Brood To Indie Rock With “Goodbye Goodnight”

“Goodbye Goodnight”, the new album by Pat Smith is smart indie rock for Stereogum and Pitchfork music enthusiasts. I mean that in the best possible way. Though appealing to modern hipsters, Smith’s depth and intelligence may confuse many of them. His tagline “a modern take on vintage sound” is wholly appropriate. Combining influences from Kurt...

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An In Depth Interview With Angel Casiano

I was lucky enough to speak with solo artist Angel Casiano this week after previewing his impressive new single “If I Give You My Heart.” Angel, welcome to Independent Music Promotions. Your music comes across as very much from the heart and you’ve been at your craft for a long time. Tell us about Angel...

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Could Dale Turner’s “Mannerism’s Magnified” Cause Neurogenesis?

Exercise. Meditation. Active learning. Ginkgo buloba. Dale Turner. Though more research may be required, I would bank on the fact that ALL of these things encourage the healthy process of neurogenesis (the growth of new brain cells) in the human brain. Just after going through a phase of being entranced by Brian Wilson’s work on...

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