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Daily Spinn: The Groove Merchants Offer Light at the End of the Tunnel

With 2021 comes a new reason for hope and optimism. The Groove Merchants are on board with that sentiment, and it shines through on their latest release.

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Be Rescued and Taken Away by Forts Like Vana’s Latest Single, ‘Damsel in Distress’

Imagine a wild night out that you can never forget; one that turns into inspiration for a song that is righteous in its glory. That’s what every band can hope for, right? Turning your pleasure into productivity, and creating art from experiences. That’s exactly what Nashville pop rock band Forts Like Vana did on their newest single, “Damsel in Distress,” the first track from their debut album, coming later this year.

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‘Cashvillians’ HERU HERU Bring Hip Hop Back to Its Roots

HERU HERU’s Ah-Deli and Foundation Mecca find themselves on a mission. Inspired by the golden era and the legends who paved the way, they strive to make room for lyricism in the modern hip hop landscape.

In December, they released their Cashvillians EP. With this latest effort, it seems that they’re well on their way toward accomplishing their mission.

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Daily Spinn: Welcome to 2021 at the ‘Country Club’

Happy New Year! We hope you’re as ready as we are for 2021. Furthermore, we hope that this is the year that lifts you up and gives you everything you need to make your dreams reality.

Let’s leave the division of yesteryear in the past, and let’s focus on finding unity! While it might still be a few more months before we can do that full-force, the way we used to, we can at least come together right now through music.

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On His New Single, OrangeG Wants to ‘Look Both Ways’ at Negative Space

With intense harmonica, dark, heavy vibes, and a bright intention, OrangeG’s latest release, ”Look Both Ways,” digs into our human tendency to see the worst in people.

However, by the end of the song, we find a lingering insinuation to look for the good instead.

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