Daily Archives: March 20, 2017

The Gold Setting Keep Up Their Admiration For Mature Pop With Gimme Your Love

The Gold Setting has another ode to baby-boomer pop with “Gimme Your Love” from their forthcoming Volume And Tone EP. Their sound is part of a 21st-century landscape that celebrates the past with a happy attachment to music’s current technology.

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Jaewar & Vibe Riot Present The Official Video For Waddup

Jaewar & Vibe Riot confront the divisiveness in the country in their official video for “Waddup.” The East Coast indie band led by Jaewar is getting ready to release their debut album, True! Raw Honey. ” Waddup” aggressively questions racism and acknowledges the different people living in America by addressing them by their social label.

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Tank And The Bangas: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Tank And The Bangas won the NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest this year with their jazz-tinged R&B. The New Orleans band were among 6,000 entries and managed to win over the judges with their passionate musicianship. They are following up their new visibility with a tour in April and you find the dates here¬†and you can get their music from iTunes.

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Leela James Shares I Remember Before The Release Of Did It For Love

Leela James is moving towards the release of Did It For Love on March 31st with the release of her latest single “I Remember.” The moderate-paced song about missing a past love achieves the feeling of a warm memory with the controlled fire of James’s voice and the easy stroll of the musical arrangement.

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