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Francisco Martin Paints a Picture in “Passenger Princess”

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More to Watch “You can let your hair down” with Francisco Martin and his latest single and accompanying music video, “Passenger Princess.” Francisco Martin – Passenger Princess In “Passenger Princess,” Bay Area singer-songwriter and American Idol alumnus Francisco Martin finds the beauty in life that is all around him. The swing of the music accents the […]

We Are Scientists Pick Their Battles with “Operator Error”

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More to Watch New York-based alternative rockers, We Are Scientists, continue a strong streak of singles with the latest song “Operator Error” off their newly released album LOBES. With strong 80’s synth pop influences on full display, the duo manages a nice electric charge reminiscent of Neon Trees. The song, itself, feels like a party […]

The Vultures Dream Big with “Escobar”

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Recent Articles Indie rock band, The Vultures, venture into uncharted territory with the title track off their upcoming album Escobar. Built upon the classic trio formation of guitar, bass, and drums, they hold down the main drive of the song as the light vocals dance atop of them with a careless sense of abandon. With […]

Glenarvon Hits Twice with Two New Contrasting Singles from “Idle Thrasing”

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Recent Articles New York based singer-songwriter, Glenarvon, is coming out of the gate swinging with the simultaneous release of two new singles, “I Wanna Give You My Love” and “Ephemera”, both off his new album Idle Thrashing. Though the songs heavily contrast each other in feel, they both have an earnestness that manifest a captivating, […]

Richie Gomez is the Light We Need: Always Learning, Always Ready

Alternative artist Richie Gomez discusses debut album, The Light We Needed, with Alchemical Records

“Don’t wait” DMV- based musician Richie Gomez notes toward the end of our interview, “Just get in there and do it.” Apt advice from the Peruvian-born alternative rocker, who sat on a collection of songs for 10 years, waiting for a magic moment of alignment to record his music and share it with the world. “Work through the kinks” he urges, “There’s never a perfect moment. There will be things that you will learn while you are recording, which are just as valuable as the thing you walk into the studio with. Put the songs out and move forward.” Learn more about Richie Gomez’s inspiring story with contributing writer Charlie Maybee.