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The Losers Club Releases A New Pop Punk Single And Video

  The Losers Club Releases A New Pop Punk Single And Video Denver based pop punk band The Losers Club has a single release that gets you caught up in its pure rock energy! The song is called "Freak Like Me" and it provides quite an up swing and extremely fun punk sound.  The song has a great video and it's one of the best ways to dig into this single.  What's "Freak Like Me" about? It may be more relatable than you think. Here is what the band says. "Well 'Freak Like Me' is about being really in your own head all the time and feeling stuck. But realizing you're not totally alone and there's a lot of other broken freaks out there who are going through the same thing. " - The Losers Club   Check out "Freak Like Me" along with more from The Losers Club on their  Spotify .  Watch the video  HERE .                                             Website TikTok Instagram YouTube

Push Me Review | Tarah Who?

 Written by Avijit Misra Push Me Review The first song of Tarah Who? that introduced me to them and made me their fan was Bad Time. I was impressed to see a talented female rock band, and I agreed with their stand about the music industry that’s ignoring and overlooking all-female rock bands. Released on December 17, ‘Push Me’ features Brazilian rock duo Yur Mum. Push Me is a totally mind-blowing song. If you remember the classic songs titled It’s My Life and Living On A Prayer by Bon Jovi, then this song Push Me is the 2021 equivalent of those songs. One for today’s generation. The only difference is that this song comes from an all-women band. This song talks about competition and opposition pushing an artist to the maximum limit so that her/his best can come out. This is right because the way this awesome rock band puts it in this song, the music industry executives may ignore women rock stars, but fans who buy music and listen to it yearn for real talent. Real talent cannot be igno

Hasten Mercy Exclusive Music Review

Using retro synths and modern tools, "Hasten Mercy" is the newest project from Head Fake member Michael Baker. Created around the question of whether it is possible to refocus his musical energy after years of pursuing a path more  travelled , the EP is sure to  enamor  and inspire listeners. About Hasten Mercy The whole project  had made use of minimal  fancy sounds or frills, but it maintains  its  80s inspired flair. This makes the music quite straight forward, giving the listener a calm experience leaving you lost in thought. The whole project maintains themes of  self-reflection  and perseverance.  These Things  and  I Break Everything  give a  more timid  sound; there is  still some amount of perseverance but both songs show the singer reflecting on past decisions. On the other hand,  Star You Are , with its more  upbeat  tempo gives the listener some motivation while, also anchoring the project’s overall themes. I definitely get moments where the songs feel like a love

Nicki Kris Exclusive Interview

  Nicki, can you explain what your upbringing was like in Raleigh? I actually grew up in New Jersey and up-state New York, but have called the Raleigh-Durham area home for almost half my life. It’s actually the longest I’ve ever lived in one place. Growing up was complicated. There were some family challenges and being adopted, I never really felt I belonged.  I always had a strong sense that I was supposed to be somewhere else.  This was when I really started to get into music.  Music was a way for me to escape and it became the family that I always felt I should be a part of.  Why was it important to you that the season deserved a Christmas Song?   I’ve never been a fan of Christmas. My birthday is day after and it was always a reminder of a possible family that I didn’t know. It wasn’t until I had my own children that Christmas became an inspiration and a time of celebration rather than a hinderance.  This song is really a testament to what I now believe the Christmas season is all

Dr. Blackman Exclusive Interview

  So Dr. Blackman, where are you from, and what’s it like in your hometown?   I'm from the Outback of Australia, from the Pillaga Scrub, where Emu mobs of Red Kangaroo and wild boar. There are approximately 43 people in a pinhead sized town, surrounded by scrub, with one clay tennis court in the center of town and the one pub, The Fairdinkum, where I grew up. As an infant, Mum bathed me in home brewed grog, with an alcoholic content of 18 %. I started playing the didgeridoo at age 3, given to me by an old aboriginal. At age 9 a bloke named Tommy introduced me to a 6 string acoustic guitar. Spent my early years in the bush.  Describe your music briefly, what’s  the highlights of Dr Blackman?  The most organic, original authentic sound, with mesmerizing lyrics, Rimbaud my greatest influence. Where do you find inspiration to display such talent? Listening to and watching the aboriginal corroberees, the primal sound  stirred my soul like nothing on earth. So tell us about your latest p