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Theme and Politics: KYOSi’s ‘Negative Space’

New York-based artist, KYOSi's impassioned new EP Negative Space is "a powerfully defiant anthem for the underprivileged and voiceless..." (EARMILK) Negative Space takes listeners on a journey through grief and anger by exploring themes ranging from class politics, race and... Continue Reading →

Buffalo Sunn L.A. Americana

A favorite at SXSW, Buffalo Sunn incorporates sounds from the 60’s right up to the present day, mixing twanging guitars and large choruses for a sense of West Coast US music. Their latest single Idle Man is the first release... Continue Reading →

Folk-Songwriter Adam Melchor Releases New Single

Folk songwriter Adam Melchor announces the release of lead single, Brook Revisited from his upcoming debut EP The Archer. The lead single is a stark and emotive song born from a tragic death and a re-connection to a childhood friend. Adam... Continue Reading →

Music We Missed in 2015: Keep Going

#ListenToThis Seven-piece New Orleans rock hybrids The Revivalists release, Men Amongst Mountains via Wind-up Records, gained critical acclaim from Paste Magazine,Yahoo Music, PopMatters, Relix, and Baeble to name a few. Men Amongst Mountains is an album about growth that blends indie rock and folk sensibilities that ooze... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: John Tracy ‘Happy Ever After’

Casual Twitter chats are truly amazing. Not only did I discover some pretty fine music, but a wonderful person in John Tracy, who began by simply asking me, "What style of music do you enjoy most?" "My music is the... Continue Reading →

Crossing Cultural Frontiers: The ‘Voice of Asia’ Fills Carnegie Hall

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Music heals, music pierces language, crosses cultural frontiers, and reveals the heart of universalities; like poetry, it builds bridges, like dance, it goes deep within and adds light. In Voice of Asia, the Astana... Continue Reading →

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