Jodi Marxbury

Once Great Estate – are a Folk outfit with a Southern twist and provocative lyrics and vocals, backed with amazing instrumentation from Florida, also with a couple of roots from Wyoming and NYC. This band bring a lot of tasty flavors of Folk, from bluegrass and country to Americana and other modern forms with an
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If we love music, we should cheer on and push forward artists such as Ed Roman. His new single “Happiness” follows earlier releases such as “Tomorrow Is Today”, “Red Omen”, and “Stronger” and distinguishes itself, like those earlier tracks, for several reasons. One of the most critical factors in setting “Happiness” apart from the pack
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Ambitiousness is Toby Holguin’s calling card, and in the new record W.T.F.! from Monsieur Job, he releases what might be the most expansive collection of his material under the moniker to date. W.T.F.! includes a lot of collaborations, experiments, sonic dabbling in everything from the avant-garde to traditional jazz, EDM, goth rock, and beyond, but one element it fails
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Imagine still being in high school and battling disease. Or having to do hours of homework, plus focus on your mental well-being. The world of a young artist is sometimes hard to imagine, but for the millions that suffer from mental illness and a form of anorexia, that is the reality. Do they dwell on
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There aren’t many Bob Mould types rocking the alternative underground these days, but much to my surprise, the new record Ride the Wave from singer/songwriter Jay Elle takes the spirit of late-80s/early-90s indie rock and brings it into a full-color modernity I was pleased to encounter this August. Rather than putting all his stock in the brilliant
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J’Maurice is a Rapper/R&B songwriter, out of Dallas, TX. His new single, “Facetime” is all about making up for the love, you can’t show in person. The title, alone, is enough to garner a chuckle from most. J’Maurice was clever enough to cover a topic that will resonate with many young people, and honestly, just
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When you listen to Calvyn Cass, you are intrigued, but not necessarily aware of just how eclectic he is. When you look at him, you want to look at him, more. Calvyn Cass is one of those individuals, you have to see to believe. Even after seeing him, you may be in denial over his
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Coming at us from seemingly every corner of the speakers, we find ourselves assaulted by neon melodies as light as they are fierce behind the lead vocal in “Superhero – EDM Remix.” DJ Shaw-T is on hand to amp up the groove in the background, but Priceless Lion’s smooth lead vocal up at the top
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Comprised of nothing more than a brooding piano part and a dynamic lead vocal that could have brought me to my knees without any instrumental componentry beside it, Bailey Flores’ cover of Doja Cat’s smash “Kiss Me More” might be one of the few aesthetically reimagined covers I’ve heard all year long. From one angle,
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What seems the most pivotal when it comes to an artist’s career? Soul power. What has been the most pivotal moment in your career?  Leaving home and college for music. Talking about pivotal moments, new music coming? Can you chat with us about it?  Still working on this album. New music next year… How are
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Pop music is being shaped by a young generation ready to take over the industry before they’re even out of high school, and in Jojo Engelbert’s new single “Grown Up,” the talented singer asserts herself as one of the premier players to watch in her scene. A playful pop harmony entertains a dangerously punky rhythm
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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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