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PREMIERE: Alive Through Memories Releases the Rejuvenating Single, ‘New Again’

After every winter comes the spring. After every night comes the dawn.

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Andrew LaVogue’s ‘Surrounded by the Northern Lights’ is a Welcomed Escape

Andrew LaVogue’s latest instrumental EP, Surrounded by the Northern Lights, takes us through the story of a three-day retreat in search of mental clarity and peace. I hesitated to call it “instrumental” above because, the way he performed and arranged these songs, you’d think he’s right next to you talking about this retreat.

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Daily Spinn: Lynn Callihan Helps the Homeless with ‘Skin and Bones’

Michigan native Lynn Callihan‘s percussive guitar stylings and warm baritone combine to create a “dark Americana” sound that calls to mind the plight of the everyman.

On his latest single, “Skin and Bones,” he uses this timeless sound to shine light on the homeless.

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It’s Getting Hard to Breathe Among Cole Sipe’s “Lost Trees”

As he does with all of his music, Cole Sipe single-handedly brought his latest single “Lost Trees” to life, from inception to completion. He says that his new futuristic funk tune will make you feel “lost in any space that you’re in.”

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Sabriel Finds Herself Able to ‘Love Again’

Throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all had a chance to go inward and work on our relationships — with others, of course, and with ourselves.

As for Las Vegas-based neo-soul artist Sabriel, she took her inner work and turned it into her latest single!

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Daily Spinn: VINOK Gives a Voice to the Voiceless on ‘Elephant Girl’

Rollicking rhythms, impassioned vocals, and fuzzy, garage rock-inspired guitars are the salient features of “Elephant Girl,” a new single from Ukrainian alt-rockers VINOK about the “transformation and the spiritual awakening of a female person with a disability.”

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