The Muse Frequency Takes Inspiration From The Works Of Anais Nin In New Album, ‘Diary Of An Artist In Love’
‘The Diary Of An Artist In Love’ is the new ten track album from NYC artist, The Muse Frequency. Taking inspiration from the published diaries of Anias Nin, it’s an intimate work of meditation music, which is best listened to through headphones and with the listener in a peaceful location with their eyes closed.
Brady Harris Further Evolves Signature Beatles-Infused Americana Rock Sound With New EP, ‘Hotel In The Sky’
Born in Texas but now resident in California, indie rock musician and producer Brady Harris released his latest EP, ‘Hotel In The Sky’. Available to stream and download on all platforms, it features vocals reminiscent of John Lennon, backed by crunchy vintage electric guitar, multi-layered melodies, and a retro pop sensibility.
Denver’s Alternative Metal Project International Furlough Releases Scathing New Singles, ‘Down On The Pharm’ And ‘Blind In One Eye’
Based in Denver, International Furlough is an alternative metal solo project, comprising Ian Luddy on bass, guitar, and vocals, with additional drums provided by Ryan Elwood, and produced by Jeff Kanan of The Keep Recording. Two new singles, ‘Down On The Pharm’, and ‘Blind In One Eye’, were released on March 25.
‘DEVIL’ Is The Angsty New Single From London Based Singer-Songwriter, Mik Ivy
Sp8ce Owl Is ‘Stepping Into Eternity’ With Latest Electronic Release
MattO Takes A Wry Look At America And Americans In New Single And Video, ‘It’s All About Me’
‘It Takes Two’: Sharon Hendrix Covers Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston Duet With Long-time Friend And Collaborator, Marvin Robinson
Sharon Hendrix’s latest single, ‘It Takes Two’, sees her revisit her roots. The classic Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston track is the perfect duet for Sharon and her longtime friend and collaborator, Marvin Robinson. The pair croon out the timeless lyrics over a gorgeous arrangement of horns, saxophone, and keyboards, with the vocalists’ sultry voices complementing each other, and showing that it does indeed take two.