NOT SURE YET: R&B SINGER REECE, ON HIS DEBUT EP

The songs included on I’m Not Sure Yet changed over the course of two years; his only vision was to make “a project full of songs that I loved and I wanted people to hear.” Lyrically, things to tie together as each song sees Reece writing about himself. The tracks relate to love, getting older, and learning to deal with hardships in life like mental illness. Speaking on the connecting threads, Reece says, “I wanted to have a theme of maybe a little bit of a brain vomit but kind of like — a brain vomit that's a little bit… put together as well.”

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Lostboycrow’s Music is No “Waste of Time”

I discovered Lost Boy Crow’s music sometime last year, and I’m still confused as to why he isn’t a household name yet, ‘cause his tracks are all super jams. With his debut full-length album “Santa Fe” set to release in early 2019, we’re hoping he’ll somehow keep his air of mystery, yet also get into the ears of literally everyone in the world everywhere.

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LIVE REVIEW: CAPTAIN CUTS AT EMO NITE DAY 2018

Captain Cuts is two things, 1) The Music Industry’s best kept secret and 2) three of the silliest dudes in existence. I’ve covered these guys before, and I can’t really understand why they aren’t a household name yet since their level of producing knowledge seems to far exceed anything I’ve heard lately. Plus, how must it feel to walk around in the world saying you wrote “Shut Up and Dance With Me?” — Arguably one of the most successful pop songs of the past five years, so successful I can’t even form a proper-sounding sentence as to how many times platinum this song has gone…

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TRACK PREMIERE: SMALLPOOLS “SOCIAL”

Smallpools first came onto the scene with “Dreaming,” which has now gone RIAA Certified Gold, which surged to the top of the Hype Machine chart; quickly earning the band support from alternative radio stations across the country. Their older songs including faves like “Million Bucks” will make you think they are surely in the category of Alt Rock — however, listen to the newer songs and you might think otherwise…

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