Independent Artists

Latimer House – “This is Pop”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Independent Artists, post-punk, Rock
Irony can be a dangerous thing in pop music. When you make a joke about something you partake in, you submit to the joke. You aren’t above the casualties just because you notice the big picture. Latimer House makes humor of...
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The Real 2 Four – Live It Up

March 14, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Independent Artists, Rap
Of all musicians, rappers are most often defined by their city. Whether it’s lyrics about L.A. neighborhoods or musical production reminiscent of the Chicago sound, geography plays a huge part in most rappers’ work. 2Four...
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The Grateful DreaD “Indreadable”

September 19, 2013 By Tremayne Worsham a.k.a The Mighty Quiz
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Independent Artists, Rock, Tremayne Worsham a.k.a. The Mighty Quiz
Let be begin by saying when I first saw the video for Indredable right off the bat I got angry. Why? Because why is that this duo was able to do what they do without the funding of a big budget label, and yet when I turn on the...
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Svendiamond – Flaowsin

February 21, 2013 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Independent Artists, instrumental, Instrumental Hip Hop
Music that makes the soul speak in an unknown tongue and music that complements peace. “He is refining his methods; he is evolving.” So goes the sound sample at the beginning of this song, “Flaowsin.” From the beginning...
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The Root Project – “Caos”

February 21, 2013 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Dance, Electronic, Independent Artists, lounge, Techno, trance
It’s a rave track gone wild—moody, pulsating, and eerie, with the keyboards given a distorted edge to add discomfort and style. Rafael Marsilli, an 18-year-old electro producer from Brazil, has given his “Root Project”...
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Acid Reign produced by Tensei

Who would have thought that “Acid Reign” would be beneficial to the environment. Of course this is not in a literal sense, but in an abstract representation of sound. Acid Reign not to be confused with Acid Rain, but just as...
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Pop Music Fans Turn High Notes Into High Scores With StarMaker for iPhone

January 14, 2012 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in Independent Artists
San Francisco, Ca (PRWEB) December 21, 2011 StarMaker Interactive, the leading creator of singing and karaoke game apps has unveiled a significant update to their flagship app. After integrating genuine Auto-Tune earlier this...
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