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Sunday’s Best: Ala Jack White

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods. Jack White III is not to be questioned. Whatever the […]

Interview: Tex from Moonshine Bandits

Tearing down stereotypes that California only encompasses club-hopping super rich kids and pastel bike riding tekkies, Central Valley repper rappers Moonshine Bandits return this week with their much anticipated album “Calicountry”. Called “hip-hop rebels” who blend outlaw country and rock, duo Tex and Bird party combining the hoedown with the “Throwdown”. With a strong fanbase […]

Interview: Zo!

Remember when video channels actually played videos and you came across a new one that made you want to know more about the artist and the album attached? Yeah, me too. A few weeks ago, I encountered R&B artist Zo’s new video ” We Are On The Move” featuring Phonte (who I’d interviewed a few […]

Live Review and Interviews: The 2014 NAMM Show

Person : “What’d you do this weekend?” Me: “I went to The NAMM Show”. NAMM Show. Even the title is boss. Hearing about this convention through my indie musician peeps over the years, my curiosity piqued and 2014 finally afforded me the opportunity to attend as a nerdy observer. Bringing together thousands of diverse music […]

Interview: Lewis Watson

On the hunt for new music yet again and thrilled December yielded some epic finds, one EP’s name stood out from the rest –“Some Songs With Some Friends”. Precise, to the point and really good. The artist behind this and other EPs with titles like “It’s got four songs on it BTW” and equally descriptive […]

Carlita’s Top Artists of 2013- Part 3

Ahh, Part 3. This is it. All good trilogies (Scope Part 1 and Part 2 in case you missed them) must come to an end. The last but not least of the blessed trinity groups of artists that stoked my curiosity and left me longing for more in ’14. Let’s finish strong: 17. Arctic Monkeys […]

Interview: Twiztid

Peeping Juggalo fan favs Twiztid’s first independently released mixtape , “A New Nightmare” (I, still a horrorcore newbie) frightened, impressed and intrigued me. Putting the break with Psychopathic Records (Insane Clown Posse’s label) behind them, they ventured out on their own and had a very successful 2013, punctuated by their Abominationz Tour and headlining Rob […]

Carlita’s Top Artists of 2013- Part 2

Continuing the exploration of top artists of 2013, I will highlight a few more that were unforgettable and left their mark behind. Their work speaks for itself so here we go: 9. Mack Wilds The newcomer to the R&B/hip-hop scene but already an accomplished actor, Tristan “Mack” Wilds filled an important void (particularly in the […]

Interview: Johnny Dilemma

In hip-hop, history’s proven countless times we, the audience, appreciate overcoming hardship, finding a renewed sense of purpose and using those dreams to partake in the rising rap grind. Inspired by a few artists over the past year I’ve met who have this story in common, doing big things up in the polar vortex (stay […]

Interview: Charlie Mars

Since 1997 and six albums later, Mississippi born musician Charlie Mars’ captivated fans, fine-tuning his blend of acoustic folk-rock with a touch of downhome dirty. Touring with artists like REM, Tedeschi Trucks Band and most recently hitting Canada with the Dixie Chicks, his latest introspective and equal parts romance and regret-filled effort, “Blackberry Light” displays […]

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