Jodi Marxbury

Project Grand Slam’s new single “Fall of Winter” marks an interesting new chapter in the band’s life. Working with co-writer and guest vocalist Jim Peterik hasn’t changed anything about the way the band plays and works at a fundamental level, but it does change their presentation this time out. It doesn’t, however, play like a
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Film & TV Sync Superstar Nick Phoenix work on movie trailers has soundtracked the worlds of ‘Star Trek’, ‘The Avengers,’ ‘Batman’, ‘Harry Potter,’ and more. Now, he’s returning to his first love –  Rock ’N’ Roll – with the release of new album ‘Wide World’, which features members of Death Cab For Cutie and John Mayer’s band.
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“There Will Come a Day” is the new single from longtime Christian music vocalist Billy Gaines. Winner of two prestigious Dove Awards, Gaines has endured an over forty year career in a world and genre that every day devours lesser artists than him. No one ever opting to build their vocal career around religious-themed music
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Up and coming Pop artist JoZie’s second single, “Perfect Enough,” is an anthem for self-acceptance. Penned by her writers Thornton Cline and Lacie Carpenter and expertly performed by JoZie, “Perfect Enough” reminds listeners that who they are is enough. JoZie moved to Music City when she was 18, in two years she has earned a
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Bernadett’s new release Redemption begins with the track “For You”. It’s the crisper sounding of the two songs included on Redemption and the assertive percussion sound, in particular, gives “For You” the sort of urgency listeners usually flock to. It isn’t the driving factor determining the song’s success, however. Bernadett’s violin is, no doubt, the lead instrument here and
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Dici isn’t afraid to rap with his heart on his sleeve on his new track “u n i.” In only two years  time, Dici has garnered thousands of followers and millions of views on his music videos. Dici, who is only 18 years old, was born in Milan and brought up in Miami. Dici’s been
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Gabby Gabanna cuts to the chase in the brilliant hip-hop track, “Ballers Club”. Brash and undeniably ripped with inescapable beats, “Ballers Club” is the perfect cure to mainstream music. This song is frightfully good and Gabanna proves her authenticity with her flow style. She’s quick, but not so fast that you can’t chill in her
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In casual balladic grooves in “Lament,” ferocious clashing of harmony and rhythm in “The One I’m Not Supposed to See,” stately, beat-driven jazz in “Redemption Road,” and passionate crooning ala “Stockbridge Fanfare,” Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam assemble what could be the first must-own live indie record of 2022 in their new album The Shakespeare Concert.
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Welcome Anika! Super excited to chat with you. We got a little sneak peak of your debut single, ‘Are You Down’? We are obsessed. Tell us more about the song. Thank you so much for having me! I’m super excited to chat with you as well! I am so glad that you liked “Are You
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Lainey Dionne holds tight to her pop sensibilities in the new single “Old Enough”. A Romeo & Juliet-infused lyrical storyline, “Old Enough” is flash with a land of enchantment synth, threaded with acoustic guitar ribbons and of course, Dionne’s signature echoing harmonies. Hearing Dionne for the first time is like bursting a bubble-gum pop –
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“Instincts” is the latest release from Talon David. The “Not My Problem” dynamite continues to flex her emotional songwriting muscles with the assistance of renowned songwriter, Thornton Cline. Cline, a 2021 Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductee, has met the perfect tennis partner in David. Not only is her vocal voice confident and strong, but her
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All good hip-hop starts with a beat, and although there’s an argument to be made that Alyst’s voice is one heck of a strong spotlight-stealer in the new single “Gold,” I’d be lying if I said the song didn’t appear to be crafted around its rhythm. There’s a pushiness to the percussion in this performance
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A debut single is so much more than an attention-grabber, when it’s done right at least. In the very first entry in his discography, singer/songwriter Morten Nygaard is intent on making a big impression with much more than his voice alone, and although he presents a compelling melody with his gilded pipes, it’s ultimately his
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Elizabeth Sombart’s Singing the Nocturnes might be a misleading title for some. The classical pianist’s album is an instrumental affair featuring only her piano and not a trace of the human voice is heard. However, Frederic Chopin’s sophisticated yet beguiling melodies are laden throughout the album’s twenty-one tracks and gives the release a distinct vocal quality that
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As anyone can tell you, spiritualism can be a polarizing concept. Everyone has an opinion, and positive or negative the one unifying factor is that often they’re deeply passionate about it. There is nothing more fundamentally fearful, particularly in the Christian-influenced ideologies of the West, than that of Death and all else associated. It takes
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With a fat bassline, simple percussion, a gilded lead vocal, and a sense of confidence that permeates with the melodies terrifically, it’s pretty clear from the start that “My Lucky Song” by JoZie is going to be a fun pop anthem for anyone keen on the genre. What isn’t initially clear is how strong a
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Hi, thanks for sitting down with us today. I feel like this doesn’t get asked enough in interviews, so how are you doing today? Heyhey! Thank you so much for having me! Today I’m alright; had a very busy weekend (good weekend though!) and still getting some work done in preparation for my next single.
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The Last Professional, from the imagination of author Ed Davis, feels less like a work of fiction and more like a magical roman-a-clef. In many ways, Davis draws from his own experience in telling the stories of Lynden Hoover and the mentoring figure of The Duke. In actuality Davis was an unofficial member of a
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Hi, thanks for sitting down with us today. I feel like this doesn’t get asked enough in interviews, so how are you doing today? Thanks for having me. I am so excited to be here. I’m doing good but even better now that I’m sitting down with Daily Pop News! Tell us about your relationship
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