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‘Motivate and Inspire’: Laura Luv Celebrates Women’s History Month with Alchemical Records

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March is Women’s History Month, and this comes with a reflection and appreciation of women contributing to the music industry. From producers to writers, women have been the arbiters of some of the most influential pieces of art. D.C.-based Colombian singer, songwriter, and first-time Wammie nominee Laura Luv talks to contributing writer Margaret Adams about her background, as well as how her Colombian heritage and women have inspired her music, especially through her newest self-titled EP, Laura Luv, and why the presence of women and female representation is important in the music industry.

Keep Your Secrets Uses Their Lyrics to Say What Words Can’t

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From a YouTube cover channel to their recently released second EP, Keep Your Secrets has been a community effort since its inception. Malerie Gamblin and Matt Nguyen-Ngo started their band as a cover channel. The duo had attended undergrad together at William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA and started the channel in 2020. Malerie sang and Matt played the instruments. Their turning point came in April 2021, however, when musician and influencer Joseph DuBay shouted out their TikTok and funneled thousands of listeners to their page. Learn more about Keep Your Secrets’ journey with contributing writer Jaci Jedrych.

‘San Diego’ Feels Like Summer

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Recent Articles “Genre-blending” artist Volz is back in collaboration with Flower in Bloom for their latest track, ‘San Diego’. Though completely self-taught, Volz has loved and been passionate about music since a young age. His lack of formal instruction makes his sound totally fresh and his own. This is also due in part to his […]

The Foxies Go for the Kill in Music Video for “If Life Were A Movie”

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More to Watch By Charlie Maybee The Foxies – Photo Credit: Libby Danforth Nashville power-trio, The Foxies, are paving the way towards the release of their new album, Who Are You Now, Who Were You Then?, with the cinematic single and music video for “If Life Were A Movie”. Combining elements of synth pop and […]

Brooke Sause Finds Her Resolve with “BITTER”

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Recent Articles By Charlie Maybee South Florida based singer-songwriter, Brooke Sause is coming to terms with betrayal in her new single “BITTER”, which fizzes with disdain for some sorry boy who has clearly scorned her. From the very beginning, she does not pull her punches in the slightest as she goes for the kill with […]

Adptd Breaks Out with Debut EP, ‘Bedroom Walls’

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More to Watch By Daniel Warren Hill Emo Rock/Alt band Adptd has released their debut EP, “Bedroom Walls,” just months after being signed by Baltimore, Md. indie label rad-pop. Records. The EP is a truly DIY project produced by frontwoman Josie Randle who worked with her many friends and artists from around the world, contributing […]

Stevie Howie Spirals into Obsession with ‘stalker’

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More to Watch By Daniel Warren Hill A Nashville native now residing in Los Angeles, Stevie Howie broke onto the music scene in fall 2021 with his unique rendition of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” The success of this track, the response from fans, and Howie leaning into his artistic intuition fueled the reception of […]

Rauli V ‘Can’t FeeL’ But We Feel Rauli V

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Over the weekend, In Your Memory vocalist, Omar Veras released an incredibly powerful debut single as Rauli V with the arguably Alt-Metal track, “Can’t FeeL” featuring fellow Washington DC area musician, rapper, and vocalist of Louder Than Quiet, Alireza. ‘Debut’ feels like the right term even though Rauli V has released a cover of Bad Bunny’s “Dakiti” and an album, “Renditions” featuring other covers by Bad Bunny as well as a number of other artists including SAINt JHN, Trippie Redd, and Bring Me The Horizon under the Rauli V moniker earlier in the year.