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“Ododo” is the new single from saxophonist Shola Emmanuel

“Ododo” is the new single from saxophonist Shola Emmanuel. Translated to mean “flower” the Nigerian-born Emmanuel interprets this exciting feeling into a wide swath of piano, percussion and of course, warm saxophone. The African-jazz fusion is an explosion of colors and flowering emotions. “Ododo” is...

Unexpected Guests (LP) by Toronto Tabla Ensemble

Brilliantly endearing to the soul in a way that a lot of other grooves simply aren’t, the beat in “Maryem’s Here,” not unlike the others to be discovered in Unexpected Guests, was made for the percussion lover in all of us. In this songs and its...

Elz Bentley drops new Single

2020 is starting to feel like the year of the alternative rapper, and there’s no argument to be made as to whether or not Elz Bentley is as alternative as it gets without treading abstract waters. Bentley’s new single, “Buddha,” doesn’t have a whole lot...

Gasoline Tequila’s intriguing new release “Indulgent Fool”

Swarming its way to a speaker near you is Gasoline Tequila’s new release “Indulgent Fool”. This guitar-based instrumental track is hive of emotion and a flurry of Flamenco-enhanced experience. Based in New York City, Gasoline Tequila excels at giving the listener a pathway into a...

Brandon Agustus releases new Single “Let Your Heart Break”

The saying goes that time heals all wounds. That the only way to get through a breakup or a tragedy is to just press forward and get through it. As much as we don’t want this experience, it’s bound to happen at some point. Putting...

The Brothers Union deliver an alternative pop/rock juggernaut

In their first official studio album, Pain and the Opposite, New Jersey’s The Brothers Union deliver an alternative pop/rock juggernaut driven by its atmospheric melodies and profoundly personal poetry, and in my book, it just might be one of the best full-lengths of its kind out this summer. Littered...

Reed Waddle releases 2 Track EP

Whether it be the swaggering swing of its title cut or the bittersweet harmonies that drive “Bells of Brooklyn” home to our hearts, there’s something special about the new two-track EP from Reed Waddle, Too Bright to Fade Away, that’s out everywhere this summer. Waddle is...

Singer/Songwriter Lecretia Ann a pair of Singles

Whether slow-churning in “3” or moderately rollicking in the easygoing “Run,” the string play in this pair of new singles from one Lecretia Ann are essential to the core harmonies in both songs for certain. Country music has always been somewhat dependent on the presence...

Dizzy Box Nine is back with new Single/LP

With a band name like Dizzy Box Nine, one imagines a shake-it-up sort of sound. One that keeps you on your toes and throws you for a loop. That might be the case and taking a cue from The Cars’ “Shake It Up”, Los Angeles’...

The Long Way Down by Riches of the Poor

Around every twist and turn in their debut album The Long Way Down, it seems as though Riches of the Poor are intent on chilling us to the bone with some component of their masterfully diverse aesthetics. From the pulsating harmonies of “Morning After” to...