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Onyi Moss Break free with Onyi Moss’s “Miracle Man” September 15, 2021 by Ben McCoy An acoustical introspection about breaking the noxious cycle of lying lovers promising miracles.

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Black Bordello – “Nunhead” September 7, 2021 by Ben McCoy

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Black Bordello – “Nunhead” September 7, 2021 by Ben McCoy
STEALTH CAT - Tobias STEALTH CAT – “Tobias” August 18, 2021 by Ben McCoy
CAT UNA – “Temporary Blues” August 10, 2021 by Ben McCoy
The Blue Herons - Electric The Blue Herons – “Electric” August 3, 2021 by Ben McCoy
Zebra Libra – “Up The Stream” July 31, 2021 by Ben McCoy
I Feel Fine – “Selfsame” July 9, 2021 by Ben McCoy
James Holt - Make My Day James Holt – “Make My Day” June 22, 2021 by Ben McCoy
Kindsight – “Who Are You” September 28, 2020 by Derek Tate

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@shaylarmcdaniel shows us how to take care of ourselves with "Alright", a bright, uplifting reminder to keep yourself feeling good inside and out.
"I wonder why I've always looked up to the sky," @tarotsings opens, setting the stage for an out-of-this-world experience. With organ pops shifting percussive energies, they build a soundscape that’s both cosmic and intimate.
"Reminded me of old days when my friends all liked to party," @husbandsokc quietly state. Their dense vocal chords resonate with reverb, simultaneously surrounded by friends and yet alone in an emptiness. The atmospheric bed of sound they build each word over is a laid-back lament.
"Men can lie and nations fall," Onyi Moss (@mossonyi) proclaims in her second single, "Miracle Man". From the global perspective to your personal life, finding a "miracle man" promising the world with no way to deliver is easy to do.
Everyone's their own special flavor of idiot. But that's not a bad thing. @mr.scoobert_doobert's latest single, "I'm an Idiot", dives headlong into this self-aware extensional statement.
The start-and-stop harmony beautifully mirrors the money in/money out mentality of the whole song. The warbly synth bouncing into each bar, punctuating the honest lyrics, brings the message into even into the spaces between the lyrics.
Sometimes, no matter how much you want to, you just can't see eye to eye with your partner. It's that moment where you realize you're not on the same page anymore. Frustration breeds.
@gabydespain's jazzy lament of the dating scene in your 20s blends the sultry glam of the late '50s and early '60s with a modern dark pop sound. There's a melancholy tinge to the catchy licks and lyrics. "Maybe tonight this will feel right."
At the heart of this song are the contradictions in life. Life is "big, beautiful, scary, funny, weird, dark, lonely, loving, forgivable, and unforgettable," Alexander Beggins (aka @cocozandi) says about "Aloha". The song leaves the takeaway up to the listener, presenting a view of life open to interpretation.


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Black Bordello – “Nunhead”

The Blue Herons – “Electric”

I Feel Fine – “Selfsame”

James Holt – “Make My Day”

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