A “rerun” of Danophone

Carsten Nielsen, a Danish science journalist, uses songwriting as a way of expressing emotion from his fact-based world of research and technology. His debut album “Rerun”  a story of offenders repeating their mistakes, some could even be his own, like the rerun of old movies. The songs are truthful experiences, with a dark twist to…

Harmonious: Christina Rubino

  Born and raised in Brooklyn from an Irish-Italian descent, one of seven siblings, Christina Rubino discovered she loved music in her teenage years and began writing music at the age of seventeen and started playing the guitar as well as joining groups to help with her music skills as a vocalist and guitarist. In…

The Tigerlilies: Bringing Pop-Punk A Whole New Meaning

The Tigerlilies brings back the vibe and sound of many bands from the seventies and eighties, such as The Ramones and Cheap Trick. Brother’s of Cincinnati Pat and Steve Hennessy started the band which includes Brian Driscoll and Brendan Bogosian, have together formed the pop-punk band and have travelled around Ohio playing numerous shows; also…

Down and Dirty with “Vaureen”

Grunge inspired trio Vaureen grew up with the sound of the nineties to help them become what they are today. Their name is a play on words from the French word “le vaurien” which translates, roughly, to something no good or something deviant. Vaureen started as a duo of solely females, Andrea and Marianne, who met…

Austin, Texas’ Very Own: American Dreamer

American Dreamer’s Sasha Klare-Ayvazian first became aware of folk and classical music when he heard his roommate play along to the cello to a few of his songs during his freshman year at Oberlin College in Cleveland, Ohio. Sasha attempted to create this sound in American Dreamer’s self-titled EP released in 2014. He continued to keep this…

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