Tuesday , September 27 2022

Reviews

Review Of Benedicta Syran’s “Let Me Be”

Benedicta Syran is a singer, songwriter, actor, and performer from London with Norwegian, Swiss, and British heritage who has been a music fan since she was a child. Syran is fascinated by melody, song, lyrics, and overall composition, which play an important role in her daily existence. She is known …

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Review Of Mark Winters’ “Positive People”

Sugar Land, Texas-based artist Mark Winters, is described as one who infuses his signature sound with lively, soul-connecting guitar riffs and memorable lyrics to interpret life, uplift, encourage, and inspire and draws inspiration from John Mayer, Tom Petty, and Jason Mraz, has once again been acquired in our cot with …

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Review Of Raven Shelley’s “Do You Miss Me Yet?”

Following the release of her first song, “Sink In Solitude,” Manchester-based singer Raven Shelley returned with a dazzling and beautiful acoustic track named “Do You Miss Me Yet?” for her fans on September 16th year. In her current song, she creates a wonderful soundscape with a blend of soothing acoustic …

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Review Of Joshua Ketchmark’s “Tazewell County Line”

Joshua Ketchmark, a Nashville-based artist, brings an enticing experience to his listeners with his latest track “Tazewell County Line,” released on September 9th this year and the final song on his “Blood” album, as he seamlessly blends his flavors with country and pop vibes over his sensual vocals that will …

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Review Of Anja Björk’s “With Every Heartbeat”

Anja Björk is a Swedish composer who created a reputation for herself in Norway before moving to Sweden. Anja delivers her third single, “With Every Heartbeat,” a reworking of Robyn’s 2005 hit, with expertly produced music and rhythmic drumming, with her distinct musical flair that allows her to play with …

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Review Of Red Skies Mourning’s “Somethin About Her”

Back to our nest, Baltimore-based musician Red Skies Mourning has a new track “Somethin About Her” released on September 9th. Red Skies takes us on an exciting journey with this new sound, with elegant vocals that slip ingeniously on the rhythmic beat and instrumentals. It’s a gorgeous opening part that …

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Review Of lukx’s “Sunny”

lukx is a father and son team from Ramillies, Belgium, with Lucas Malmport (lukx) as the vocalist and songwriter and Nils Malmport (Dad) as the composer, producer, mixer, and mastering engineer. Their primary inspirations include Hip-hop, Pop, Rap, and R&B. On September 9th of this year, the father and son …

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Review Of Christopher Labi Rance’s “My Little Unique”

After starting as a small-town student band called Labi Rance, the band’s members have mostly gone down separate career paths since 1995. After 25 years, Nykroppa-based singer Christopher Labi Rance is attempting to resurrect the band, and “My Little Unique,” which was released on July 3 of this year, is …

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Review Of Harlow’s Monkeys’ “Pleasure”

Tommy P, a songwriter/producer from San Francisco, is the man behind Harlow’s Monkeys. Their music is deep and attractive to individuals who enjoy distinctive and authentic soundscapes, and they have a special ability for creating personal and sympathetic lyrics. Harlow’s Monkeys mix their amazement voice with a significant objective on …

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Review Of Matt DeAngelis’ “Real Future”

Matt DeAngelis is a Turnersville, New Jersey-based indie singer-songwriter. Matt DeAngelis, who has been working with Billy Kennedy for the past 6 years and is now his producer and engineer, demonstrates an excessive level of expertise in his compositions and has the remarkable ability to compose “Real Future,” a song that …

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