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Interview: Anthony R.

Turning to El Caribe por un minuto, infectiously addictive “Poquitos Besos” from rising artist Anthony R. caught my ears’ attention. Getting acquainted with the entertainment spotlight via his famous model madre Ivette Cintron and his Merengue superstar 100 million album-selling padre Toño Rosario, Anthony is now ready to step out on his own. He’s poised […]

Interview: Chi City

On the hunt yet again for new music (yes, Miley, I “can’t stop, won’t stop”), I thankfully found “Ordinary Girl” by rising artist South side Chicago repping Chi City. The more I read about him, the more I liked. Getting his start at 16 years old, he started a company and has assisted other artists- […]

Interview: Prozak

Blurring rock, horrorcore, poetry and rap lines for the past 10 years obviously comes easy to the Hitchcock of Hip-Hop, Prozak. Repping indie label Strange Music and Saginaw, Michigan, his trajectory into the entertainment industry, originally assisting in promoting Tech N9ne, which resulted in he getting signed as well, has been an unusual one. Tackling […]

Interview: The Foreign Exchange

Very few refute there is a true balancing power of “two” and great duos have changed the course of musical history forever. The ying-yang, polar opposites, kindred spirits, the artists who are accomplished solo but are better together, the folks that click naturally and make dope music, the ones when you hear they’re dropping an […]

Interview: DJ Colette

Growing up in my house, hours of booming, “ass-shaking” music filled my ears. Disco, dance and house music, in particular, made my little feet want to move constantly. Arriving in LA years later, a friend put me onto DJ Colette who not only brought those great memories flooding back but made it modern-day relevant. Repping […]

Exposed in the Grid – Adventures in Music & Mischief

In an ever-changing global music and arts culture, one certainty still remains. The city that never sleeps, New York City, continues to wear the crown of trend-setting tastes. In a column every-so-often, special reporter to Music Emissions, Danielle Martin will take on the beast known as the five boroughs and all it has to offer… […]

Live Review: LA to The Bay- Rock The Bells 2013 Weekend #2

Nursing a musical hangover/headache (fest folk know what I mean), my excursions to Rock the Bells (RTB) LA and SF draw to a close. Although I decided spur of the moment to attend LA’s last week, attending RTB SF’s been a fun tradition since ‘09. Love the main venue (assigned seats, no pit), weather (20 […]

General Interest: Jabra Solemate

Because portable speakers are nothing new to the industry, it’s important to truly sift through and find the best bang for your buck. This time, we bring you the Jabra Solemate. Who’s Jabra? Well, if you’re like me, then you’re at your office most of the time. Take a look down at the phone and […]

Interview: The Expendables’ Raul Bianchi

Listening to Santa Cruz natives The Expendables’ latest single “ Zombies in America” (very appropriate for Friday the 13th) , it immediately made me smile. It’s hard not to love their addicting trademark mix of alt/ska /reggae /surf /punk. Selling an impressive amount of units independently, these Warped Tour vets’ future partnership with Slightly Stoopid […]

Episode 127: September Selections

As we all settle in for the first full week of work in September and mourn the summer party being over, you might be like me, on the hunt for some new music to fill those boring places within your typical day. Now’s the time to do so as there’s a lot of dope music […]

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