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Introducing: Reverend Barry and Funktastic Soul featuring The Hellacious Horns

Bringing a little “Uptown Funk” to Southwestern Florida, Reverend Barry and Funktastic Soul featuring The Hellacious Horns (RBFSHH) start the party wherever they go. Merging together the missing pieces to the puzzle in 2013, in an effort to pay homage to the legendary funk bands Earth, Wind and Fire and Tower of Power, “Reverend Barry” […]

Introducing: Pablo Embon

Pablo Embon originally hails from Argentina, rich in its history of tango and Andean folk music, where he learned from famed classical guitarist Eduardo Isaac. Pablo played in several modern bands and as a single musician in his youth. Later in life, Embon immigrated to Israel where its unique blend of klezmer, Hebrew and Middle […]

Introducing: Drew Cole

Reading through New York based musician Drew Cole’s compelling bio, one might mistake it for a copy of a screenplay for the latest Academy Award nominated film. Experiencing personal trauma and tragedy at an early age, Drew sought comfort in music and moved with an aunt to a historical Upper West Side neighborhood enclave that […]

Introducing: Celadon Candy

According to the NY Journal, the origins of Celadon Candy can be traced back to 2010 when Paul Allgood and his band Wedlock were doing much better on hiatus. Multi-instrumentalist and programmer Jason Bowden had done a couple remixes for the band, but he was more Mr. “self-contained” than Mr.” band mate.” Fore-warnings aside, he […]

Introducing: The Channel Drifters

Introducing: Jonathan Cavier

Jonathan Cavier originally began his career in music back in the California area and spent a number of years as part of the duo EyeTalk. Sampling the material of that point in his career, you can already tell his musical skills were mostly fully formed. He next relocated to Phoenix, Arizona; perhaps in need of a change […]

Introducing: The Fylls

From the moment the listener hits “Play” on NYC based band The Fylls’ new EP ‘Interrupted’, each song blends their trademark style of 60’s rock/90’s grunge with tackling inner turmoil, fond and unpleasant memories and social commentary about the perils of city life. Guitar and harmonica player Jordan Rhodes and bass player Erica Robinson’s complementary […]

Introducing: Suicide Swans

Checking out Brisbane and Toowoomba located quintet Suicide Swans’ music, the listener takes a swirly nostalgic trip to the 60’s and 70’s folk of Neil Young and Bob Dylan, with a hint of today’s country rock. Coming together in 2012, the group’s first EP and full-length gets introspective, while making observations about society like the […]

Introducing: Red Black Red

Introducing: Old New York

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