Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Sophia Bromberg

Sophia Bromberg may be a name you’re quickly becoming familiar with. She recently wrapped up Season 21 of NBC’s The Voice (team Ariana).

Sophia Bromberg grew up in a musical family, learning how to play piano, guitar, and started singing at the age of 5. She says “music cultivates an environment of creative and artistic expression, enabling me to embrace my identity in a unique way.  Whenever I play, I experience an indescribable feeling of joy and peace that I can’t find in any other activity”.

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(June 3, 2022) Marin County, California singer Sophia Bromberg was introduced to the world in her auspicious debut on NBC’s The Voice, where she wowed the judges and audience with her versatile skills that belied her young age (16 at the time).

Her newfound fans have been anxiously awaiting her musical recording career, and it is now here in the form of her own composition, “Lately,” an incredibly tasty midtempo that should appeal to both classic R&B heads and younger fans. We know that we were immediately hooked by that voice she brings to the song.

We’re proud to present ”Lately” as our newest First Listen. Check it out below and tell us what you think of this talented new singer.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022


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Being noticed by Billboard’s Editorial Director with only one song uploaded on Soundcloud isn’t an everyday thing for an independent artist, but when you combine a distinctly ethereal and powerful voice with visual lyrics that instantly pull you in — it makes perfect sense. Hailing from Washington, D.C., Naïmah radiates a seemingly effortless approach to her melodies and storytelling which sit in a soundscape of organic and electronic arrangements. Her style pays homage to a long legacy of Black musicians in country, rock, soul, and pop music. Fittingly, she was featured on Beats by Dr. Dre’s “Flowers for Black Women” on Apple Music alongside powerhouse artists like Nina Simone, Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill, and Solange. Her music has also been featured in shows like the CW’s “Batwoman” and “Kung Fu”, and on numerous Spotify editorial playlists showcasing pop, indie, and emerging music around the world.

In 2016 she was a winner in the International Songwriting Competition and in 2022 she made the semi-finals. Among a long track record of performances, she has performed for Stevie Wonder and was an invited guest to the White House during President Obama’s administration. 

Her influences range from the classic (Sam Cooke, Fleetwood Mac, Elliott Smith) to the current (Cautious Clay, Japanese Breakfast, Phoebe Bridgers), and her timeless lyrics focus on empowerment, hope, and reflecting on the journey of everyday life.

Thursday, February 24, 2022

The Swinging Chads

Aged to perfection New songs from a Good Ole Band Randall Mcgowan/Bass Guitar ,Keys and Vocals with Norman Collins on Guitars and Vocals are continuing make music;Randall Mcgowan is a session musician.Band Leader.Producer..Songwriter.and Publisher for over four decades,Recording new music has been the focus this year,Norman and Randall have been performing this year at Ravino Winery in Ukiah,California as well as The Atlantis Casino in Reno,Nevada,,

Four New Singles for a new season ;Cascade,Why you Driving This Thing.Highway Call, and Sanctuary ready for the radio.Many Thanks to Stephan Sea.a dear friend for many years Adding .Strings and HornsThat bring a new life to theses songs,Andrea Blair as a friend and artist added so very much with her vocals and whiseling. Joe Lococo on Slide Guitar with  Scott Vonheim on drums made the blues a hot ride through a cold dessert.Many thanks to the rouge Chads ,

Friday, February 18, 2022

Lexi Street

In the get down & deep south, just outside Atlanta, Georgia (pronounced Jaw-jah) is music that will make you want to get up... so you can go get a drink, sit back down to relax with a bourbon in your hand. 

Street writes bitter-sweet music about love, intimacy and just being human.   While most of her live acoustic music is steeped in leaves of Americana, jazz, and pop.  

In the studio, she is turning back to her original influence of electronic music with an inescapable southern twist.   Street's latest music project returns to her original love of electronic music. 

 Inspired by some of her favorite artists - Massive Attack, Portishead, Zero 7, the XX, and Rhye. 

Monday, February 7, 2022

The Hourglass Effect


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Group: The Hourglass Effect
Title: But Anyways
Genre(s:) Rock / Country Rock

Similar Artists:
Neil Young, ZZ Top, Alabama Shakes

"Cool slice of RnR"
- Brainy Wonkus Soundart Radio 102.5 FM - Devon, UK

"This is a good lil' cruncher!"
- Stanley Hilborn CKWR-FM 98.5 FM - Waterloo, Canada

"5/5 Excellent will feature on"
- Mike Beehive Candy Radio / Magazine - UK

"This track could be eight minutes long, adding four more minutes of crazy, dusty, Texas desert guitar and it would only make it that much more appealing. The Hourglass Effect has my attention!"
- Greg Nanobot Rock Reviews

“But Anyways” is self written by artist and songwriter Drew Brashear, produced by multi-instrumentalist Dave Hardman and vocalist Erin Fox-Clough. But Anyways is the outcome of a peak covid-time jam session in their efforts to stay creative and push through the negative situation worldwide, which was then arranged and turned into the first track of the self-titled album.

The Hourglass Effect came about from a serendipitous meeting in a parking lot.

Spotting flame-haired singer Erin clutching a guitar heading to a recording studio, songwriter Drew struck up conversation. It just so happened that Dave was her music teacher at the studio, and together, the three bonded over their shared vision for Drew’s songs.
As soon as Drew heard Erin sing, he began to write with her passionate, arresting voice in mind.