Jodi Marxbury

Gentle whispers caress poignant melodies in “The Way of Love.” Crisp guitars collide with a punky beat to form atmospheric grooves in “Loneliness.” The smooth glow of the instrumental harmonies challenges Chris Donohoe for supremacy in “Cut Too Deep.” From the easy-rolling swagger of “Let the Light In” to the ascending melodic charms of “Your
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Hello Viviane! How are you doing today? Hello!! I am very good, thank you! Tell us about your teaching background! My teaching background is very international. I was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where my teaching career began. I have taught in Brazil, United States, and Portugal. I have always taught Elementary School
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Sometimes a beat can tell a story without much else to lean on, and while there’s certainly more to the musical might in “One Step,” it’s definitely a groove-driven performance from the collaborating Head Fake and Dub Fu Masters this summer. One of the three songs comprising their new EP Head Fake Vs Dub Fu Masters,
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Recording in Nashville always has an effect on the artist in charge of the project, and in virtually all cases, the aesthetics of the content they’re recording. While Brooke Josephson is more known for her straightforward pop harmonies than she is any form of pastoral poeticisms, her new single “Rainbow” definitely takes something away from
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When I first heard the band The The, I thought the lead singer was too cool for school. I felt like he was just singing between puffs of cigarette and modeling for Calvin Klein or some cult-following fashion designer. After hearing “Alice” from singer/songwriter (and model) Trevor Drury, my world was once again derailed. Drury, like Matt Johnson,
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Singer Ashley Suppa is feeling all the pressures of a relationship and whatever life is throwing at her. She doesn’t want to be a hassle to her boyfriend or her friends – but in her new song “Trouble” it’s nearly impossible to not be ensconced by her delicious pop harmonies. This addictive song is so
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Singer/songwriter Calvyn Cass strikes gold yet again this year with his single “You Always”. Following his melancholic but effective single “White Flag”, Cass trades the downtempo track for something with a bit more energy but doesn’t compromise the scathing and intelligent lyricism that made “White Flag” equally memorable. In a way, it’s almost like a
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One of my favorite albums that dropped last year was Gorillaz’s Song Machine. I’ve been a longtime fan of Damon Albarn, not only because of his abilities in pushing the boundaries of musical cross-pollination but for his effortless abilities to interweave cultural significance and modern issues into the song. “Boulders Weepng (Cry No More)”, feels
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A few years back Michael W. Smith sang of finding his place in this world. In 2018 Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton released “Say Something” to shed light on societal pressures and confidence to speak aloud. Now this year, singer/songwriter extraordinaire Eline Fluery floors listeners with her also- titled, “Say Something” from her debut album
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Darrell Kelley’s, “Wasn’t Justified” is deliberately and dutifully transparent. It tells the story of Andrew Brown. JR, a North Carolina man who was killed by police. It was alleged that he used his a car as a deadly weapon, posing lethal harm to police. Andrew Brown JR was an African American male, and there is
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It won’t be long before the name Tedi Brunetti is synonymous with Pittsburgh, PA; the multi-talented drummer/singer/songwriter/retired ultrasound technician leaves nothing to chance with her latest musical outing, The Queen of Pittsburgh, and ultimately that’s the directive most needed to ensure her success. The approach taken for this album meant bringing in Brunetti’s extended network
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There’s certain new freedom given to the artistic mindset when you’re able to rebrand yourself and take another stab at your chosen career path in the arts; ask any artist you know, they would probably ogle at the possibility of a clean slate or a smooth rebranding opportunity that wasn’t tied to their established past
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It’s a good idea to brace yourself, when you learn of Sarantos.  Perusing his bio will result in an initially dizzying state of disbelief, brimming with sensationalism and likely, embellishment. He pontificates himself as a Singer/Songwriter, Author, Radio Show Host, and of course, Musician. He is also caustic at certain points, describing himself as a
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All The Time” is the irresistible new hit from America’s Got Talent breakout star, Kechi Okwuchi. Known for her inspiring survivor’s story, Kechi’s single is from her self-titled album KECHI. An enthusiastic beat, lofty lyrics and voice that could sing just about anything to make it sound beautiful, Kechi quickly captivates the listener with this pop gem.
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Have you performed your latest song Live yet? I haven’t performed the version I have out right now but I have performed the acoustic version of it which is very different. I’m excited to perform it at my show at Molly Malones in Hollywood on June 12th. What is the best part of performing Live? 
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What has been your most favorite compliment about your music?  Edem: That it sounds like nothing, and nobody, else. Brett: We have received many compliments throughout our career, but one that stands out in my memory was from a show we had a few years back where someone from the audience yelled “Nectar”. Anonymously delivered, well timed,
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It staggers out of the silence rather begrudgingly, but by the time it comes into focus completely, there’s something rather loveable about the broken strut of the piano keys sailing out of our speakers in the first moments of DICI’s new single “Five Rings.” They aren’t being backed by a bassline just yet, and the
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The ongoing evolution of alternative music has been spurred forth by the underground experimentalists before everyone else – and this especially includes the fusion players like those in Jesse & The Hogg Brothers, whose facilitation of a proper cowpunk revival has brought forth an exciting wave of players from Texas to Tennessee and beyond in
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Tash Hagz is piling on the rip-roar rock thunder in his new single “Dependent On,” and no matter what volume at which you’re listening to the track’s first ten seconds, it’s almost guaranteed to quake the floor beneath your speakers on the strength of the riffing alone. The drums crash into each other without fail,
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Self-described as a “whiskey and beer drinking, fishing and hunting loving, motorcycle riding, quality food eating, hippie sympathizing, people loving husband and father” I’ll be honest, after listening to even just this single track, yeah I’m hard-pressed to disagree with him. In a lot of ways, Rodriguez feels like that friend you don’t see all
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