Jodi Marxbury

The musicians and artists emerging from the Los Angeles scene continue to flower the indie pathway with game-changing sonic blends. Though not entirely new to the scene, per se, Camille Rose shines in her new single, “Cruise”. Part pop, and part jazz, and a whole lot of Rose’s artistry pulling the listener, “Cruise” is an
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It’s been a big era for vocal pop of all varieties, but if you’re in love with the sort of soul that gives you chills within seconds of playing a song for the very first time, Brandon James is the man to see this November. His EP Soul Sessions Live is the sleeper hit sensation of the
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How do you come up with fresh ideas when you are working tirelessly on new music?  I watch a lot of movies and love to read, this influences my ideas and helps me see things differently. I  am able to get into character and write from their perspective. I never actively follow trends, and I
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What do you take extremely seriously when it comes to your music?  I think the one thing I take seriously is authenticity. The feel, delivery and vibe have to match the vision in my head. It doesn’t necessarily matter what I’m singing about, just as long as the energy is right. If not, it gets scrapped and reworked
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Get to know Jameson Burt’s music here and more below! Coming off tour with Rival Sons, how are you feeling?  First of all feeling really grateful for the experience, and really thankful to them for having me out and giving me the chance to sing for their audience. It was exhilarating to be on those stages every
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It isn’t often that someone wears two creative hats like food blogger and screenwriter. It isn’t uncommon to write for film and television while publishing novels, but it’s a brave new world. Mary Kay LaBrie is producing first rate screenplays in an assortment of genres as well as becoming an important force in culinary writing.
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Old school R&B duets aren’t just pretty good for the genre; they’re essential to grasping the identity that the style has been built around since day one. Although he commands a lot of attention on his own, Senghor Robinson’s contribution to the new single “Sweetest of Melody” is partly what makes the song the brilliant
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Adversity can’t keep two tough sisters down. Lavendine proves that if nothing else. Fortunately, however, Lavendine, headed by twin sisters Jana and Jacy Ayers, brings much more to the table than a feel-good tale. Their new single “Here to You” and its music video are arguably Lavendine’s greatest musical achievement yet. The single is a
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Hi Brett, thanks for sitting down with us today. Let’s start off by telling us a bit about your new single!  Hi! Thanks so much! My latest single is called ‘Sitting on Top of the World’ – it’s a real “feel-good” bop written by Australia’s Sweetheart, Delta Goodrem. There’s a real excitement in the arrangement
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AV Super Sunshine’s “Frankenstein” is the latest single from Wisconsin’s resident musical wizard. Longtime fans of the performer are admirers of his dazzling capacity for reinvention. One track will be in a rock vein while its successor will lean far more towards dance and/or electronica. “Frankenstein” blends various strands into a potent mix, but rock
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Are you making any rounds with testing out new music on the road? I’m not currently traveling with my music but I’m always open to it. I just started testing out new music locally though and the reaction has been very positive. What stories do you want to tell in your upcoming music? People might
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What is the most daring part about releasing new music? I think the most daring part is sharing your heart and soul with the world. Music is so subjective, so sharing anything creative and personal is a risk. It’s also the most cathartic experience! Being a singer/ songwriter, what is a learning curve you had
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Today is one of those days when I love what I do. I mean, to write about music all day long and listen to some of the most interesting and risk-taking indie artists – hell yeah. My new favorite song and soon-to-be-yours is the instrumental track, “The Fountain”. I know what you’re thinking, instrumental, really?
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Hamid J will make you feel all your feelings with his new single “Nothin’ Perfect 2 Say.” With all the power of an 80’s deep cut and beautiful, emotional vocals, this fresh track is sure to capture anyone who comes across it. It has a timeless quality and is clearly well crafted. There’s a level
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This is a lively single. “Olivia” hasn’t allowed a pandemic and global dissention get it down. People are still in love, building lives together, tackling whatever twists that come their way. The drama of human hearts never ends. We’re always looking within, as well, turning our gaze to the road behind us so we remember
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When it comes to recording music, Swainn is far from the novice act they once were. There’s no informality to the process by now, as slapdash and effortless as their drinking songs and onstage/in-studio personas might come across, and every piece of their latest effort Under a Willow Tree acts as a testament to this
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Fierce indie singer/rapper Intelligent Diva has dropped another dope single, “In My Feelings.” Her last handful of singles have landed her in the top of multiple music charts in the United States and Europe. Hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, Intelligent Diva’s music is a mix of R&B, Rap, Jazz, Soul, and Urban Latin. “In My Feelings”
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Jarod Grubb probably unintentionally hoodwinked people who didn’t really know him. They saw a baseball player, a skilled athlete, but Grubb lived another life away from sports. His early training as a saxophonist and classical pianist served him well when he decided to begin playing guitar. He punctuated his time between baseball and college classes
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William Maselli serves up one of 2021’s best singles with the release of “Feeling Good About Us”. I have to admit the song was a bit jarring. It’s interesting that I felt surprised. The last eighteen months have brought challenge after challenge into everyday life and, thus far, the musical response has documented the darker
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