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REVIEW: Zoe Clark – Lovers Mark

When we sat down with Zoe Clark earlier this year, we had the chance to learn about her then-forthcoming EP, Lovers Mark. Produced by Drew Schueler, the six-track effort was teased over the winter with the fresh pop singles “Cave” and “More,” which illustrate the highs and lows of young love in the 21st Century.

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LISTEN: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Other Side of Sober’ an Honest Look at Recovery

One thing we’ve come to learn about Elisabeth Beckwitt over the past year is that she pulls no punches. Her lyrics and message are transparent and soul-bearing, examining the human condition and the challenges we face in overcoming our struggles.

So, taking that understanding into our first listen of Elisabeth’s new EP, Other Side of Sober, we can certainly say we got what we came here for!

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PREMIERE: Intellect’s ‘Depth’ Confronts Hard-Hitting Topics

When we became introduced to Intellect earlier this year, we spoke with a world-aware hip hop musician, actor, entrepreneur, and military veteran who understands the platform he’s been given through his many roles.

That’s why it comes as no surprise that his new EP, Depth, puts that platform to good use. When it officially hits on Friday, December 6, this release has the capability to start important conversations about society and life itself, as it challenges listeners to think about what they can do to improve their spheres of influence.

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PREMIERE: Christine Renner Claims a Sound of Her Own on ‘Tonight’

Austin, Texas native Christine Renner is carving a niche for herself on the indie rock landscape, with a sound that combines the storytelling sensibility of folk with the raw energy of 90s alternative rock, touched with a gloss coat of ethereal ambiance.

You’ll hear all of these ideas come into play – and play well together – on her new EP, Tonight.

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A.T. Branch’s ‘Road to Renegade’ Reaches the Finish Line

We’ve been following the journey of A.T. Branch this fall, as the Nashville-based artist released single after single in anticipation of his debut EP, Renegade.

Now, Renegade has arrived. And, as a complete work, it’s as strong and daring an introduction as we’ve come to expect.

Listen to ‘Renegade’

REVIEW: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Indigo’ Triumphs Over Demons

As told by the artist herself, indie pop artist Elisabeth Beckwitt‘s EP Indigo is intended to show listeners “the kind of life we can expect to find on the other side of recovery. A life where we embrace our inner strength and allow ourselves to move past whatever baggage is keeping us from moving forward in both our relationships with others and with ourselves.”

Beckwitt — who is open about her own personal battles with anxiety, depression, and addiction — hits the mark, exploring the process of finding out and accepting who we are, and causing listeners to think about their relationships with themselves and those they love.

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REVIEW: Tom Pino’s ‘Brooklyn’ a Snapshot of his Cross-Country Transformation

Tom Pino is a storyteller. So, when the New York native headed west for a new life in Los Angeles, the events that led him there surely provided more than enough inspiration.

That inspiration has been packaged up in Brooklyn, a five-track EP rooted in pop rock sensibility and colored in with shades of blues, roots, and Americana.

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