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Cate Tomlinson is “twenty one” but has Never Loved

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Recent Articles Cate Tomlinson celebrates her twenty-second birthday with the release of the poignant and haunting pop ballad “twenty one.” Mourning the loss of one’s self in a relationship, “twenty one” is a song that musically builds on the foundation of a piano ballad blended with Cate’s downtrodden tones conveying thoughts of reflection and regret. […]

Crusin’ for Some Bluesin’: California’s Tommy Castro Set to Return to Annapolis—and the High Seas—with You!

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Tommy Castro believes that what is considered “blues” music has shifted over the decades. Thus, what you might hear played on B.B. King’s Bluesville on SiriusXM falls under a rather broad catchall of various influences. Tommy Castro & the Painkillers will bring their swinging’ West Coast sound to the Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis April 2. It’ll be a rocking and rolling return for the ensemble that is not to be missed. Learn more with contributing writer Eric Althoff, including details on a special offer available to fans who purchase a ticket to the show.

Fieldrush Looks Back with Music Video for “Nectarine”

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More to Watch West Coast power trio, Fieldrush, are gearing up for the release of their debut EP “Fundamentals” with a music video for the leading single “Nectarine”. The video has the feel of a nostalgic montage with home videos of the band goofing around and playing shows between shots of front man Trevor Johnson […]

Beck Pete Brings Humor to Heartbreak in “April Fools in February”

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More to Watch By Daniel Warren Hill Following the releases of “Softie” (placed in rotation at MTVU to over 9 million students worldwide), and “Romantic” (featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Indie playlist) earlier this year, Alt-Pop / Indie-Pop recording artist Beck Pete releases “April Fools in February” along with Part One of her EP Scared […]

Vintage Views in No One Sphere’s New Music Video for “Twin Coasts”

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More to Watch By Charlie Maybee DC based alternative rock band, No One Sphere, released their debut album Isn’t Everything About Something along with a series of music videos which includes one for “Twin Coasts”, which acts as the opener for the record. Written by Dave Mann and produced by Jarrett Nicolay, Isn’t Everything About […]

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 […]

Carli Brill Sees the World Through a “Kaleidoscope”

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Recent Articles By Margaret Adams Southern California-native Carli Brill has released her new single, “Kaleidoscope.” This is the third single from Brill in the past year to introduce her new album. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Brendan St. Gelais, the singer-songwriter’s new independent era of music ushers in experimental sounds she explored while on […]