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Gregory Brunot – Daddy

It’s not every day you stumble upon a song that pricks the heart, breaking open an emotional dam that releases the powerfully healing flow of a father’s love. Haitian musical artist, Gregory Brunot, is a child prodigy turned singer, songwriter, producer, and worship leader of a thriving congregation in Orlando, Florida. ...

Whoa! It’s October [single reviews]

Girl K - "Girl K is For the People": Take This to Heart Records have been really on point with handpicking their releases lately. Snarls, Palette Knife, and now Girl K. Girl K has a passionate, easygoing sound that mixes moods from Pale Waves and Alvvays. Featured here is the title track from their recently released EP, a ...

A Radio Rock Roundup

As the title indicates, the below round up of singles is a group of hard hitting songs that sound tailor made for radio. Starset - "The Breach": Starset is the biggest band from Columbus that no one seems to know is from Columbus. The music video for "The Breach" is top notch and gives off strong Black Mirror meets M83 ...

time to get loud [single reviews]

A Tiger Made of Lightning - "Little Birds": If you know anything about Tuned Up, you know we're suckers for good old-fashioned wholesome content. And that's exactly what Mike O'Leary of A Tiger Made of Lightning accomplished with the single and accompanying music video for a pop-punk banger that is a tribute from a dad to ...

pleasant additions for an August afternoon [single reviews]

Silk Sonic - "Skate": Is there anything better than summertime feel good music that sounds like it was recorded in the 70s? Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak would venture a guess—"nope!" I'm not sure where this project is headed, but I like it! It's a welcome break from the uber-polished pop collabs top 40 radio is chock full ...

An Invasion of Tunes [single reviews]

by Ryan Getz The Accidentals - "Go Getter": I've seen this act be referred to as "cinematic folk" which is undoubtedly true, but in "Go Getter" the trio takes a more even-keeled approach. Sometimes messages like "it's now or never—you gotta be a go getter" are best delivered in an easygoing way, and The Accidentals seem ...

Andrew Belle shares the “Spectrum” of love

Andrew Belle released “Spectrum” earlier this month ahead of his new album Nightshade.  Belle once again collaborated with long time producer Chad Copelin (LANY, Ben Rector, BRONCHO), drummer/programmer James McAlister (Sufjan Stevens, The National), and fellow artist SYML who co-wrote "My Poor Heart" with ...