Emzae Song Review

Strip Lights

Just released today, “Strip Lights” is a moderate tempo, Pop track, that incorporates stylings of Synth-Pop.  It is written and recorded by Pop artist/producer Emzae, and let me just say, it is a game changer.  How…

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Lutfia Song Review


Prism” is a song by London singer/songwriter Lutfia.  This light, upbeat, Pop groove is sure to make it to your summer playlist with its solid bass core and infectious bounce. 

Featuring an undercurrent of classic 80’s Pop…

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AVA Song Review

"Wild Flowers"


Wild Flowers” is a song written and recorded by Irish Contemporary singer/songwriter AVA.  Released today, “Wild Flowers” is a musical narrative about time. 

The song opens with subtle Gaelic instrumentation blended with modern synth, harps, piano…

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Rivita Song Review

“Lonely with Someone”

Lonely with Someone” is an Electronic-Pop, Rock infused, song by India-born, LA-based, singer, songwriter, producer, Rivita.  It is her latest release, and one word describes it, “superb.”  This sweeping ballad pulls on every…

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Sophia Bella Cucci Song Review


Coming into March like a lioness, Sophia Bella Cucci is once again awakening the music scene with music that has meaning and melody.  Her latest track, “Mother,” covers the topic of how our globe has given us…

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Into The Ark Song Review


“Olivia” is the latest single from Welsh duo Into The Ark.  “Olivia” is taken from the duo’s In The Stormiest Weather set to release June of this year.  Stripped of all of the bells and whistles normally…

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Paulina Vo Song Review


There are many singer/songwriters out there today in 2021 who have mastered the art of visualization when it comes to songwriting.  In fact, the Indie Music world is packed to the gills with creative visionaries.  So what sets Paulina…

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Kat Saul Interview

The Wild Kat of Alt. Pop shows how Creativity is best Unchained

When asked about her sophomore EP Made in the 90s (released 11/10th) Kat Saul simply writes “it’s me reflecting on who I am and what I’ve been through…

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Paul K EP Review


Instrumental albums were all the rave in the mid-1950’s and also during the age of Disco.  Soon, being surpassed by tracks that include both music and vocal, Instrumental albums were shelved and rarely heard on radio.  Occasionally today, one…

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