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Carlos Arzate “Broken Glass” “Broken Glass” is the first single from Carlos Arzate’s forthcoming release, Camaleon. The Tucson songwriter went back to soulful music of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke to find the right tones for this latest endeavor and the end result is powerful.  A moving declamation for this era ofRead More →

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Veronica Bianqui “Victim” Singer-songwriter (and multi-instrumentalist) Veronica Bianqui offers a promising new voice on the indie scene. Her latest single, “Victim”, is both tribute and affirmation in addressing the loss of her sister to opioid addiction. Facebook– Twitter – Instagram – iTunes PAVVLA “This Is Not A Movie” The lofi,Read More →

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Jeffrey James “Unsaid” Jeffrey James hails from the Country Capital of Nashville, but he leans more toward the city’s gospel roots on “Unsaid”… uh, musicially, if not lyrically. This song is more about love lost, but let’s face it, most love songs are. James has just the right voice for his soulful R&BRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – Eamon Ford is more than meets the eye. You certainly may have seen him either attending or, even more likely, performing at various venues around the Valley. In T-shirt and cap, the young man has quite an unassuming air. However, as Audile Collective, he is responsibleRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Pink Slip “Said it All” Kyle Buckley, also known as Pink Slip, made the jump from Atlanta to Nashville, but his sound still holds some of that ATL slink in its slick production. “Said it All” comes to us from Pink Slip’s debut EP – Pink HotelRead More →

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Be Charlotte “One Drop” The Scottish trio known as Be Charlotte crafted this dance pop number with just enough gritty energy to reel you in on that first spin. The layered vocals can move from a too-cool-for-school monotone to ethereal flourishes, all brought to you by Charlotte Brimner; the band’s teenage frontwomanRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Day Joy “Florida’s Warm” Wow. This is the song. You know, that one song that you hear and shifts your entire day? This is it. “Florida’s Warm” by Day Joy from (where else?) Orlando is gentle and breezy, like that soft ocean air thatRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – Electronic music keeps evolving. And, with more musicians and artists using electronic devices in their music creation process, it seems that the genre will only continue to grow. Now if you know me you know I like my music eclectic so I decided to take a moment andRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Breaking new ground. It’s what every successful musician/artist/business person does to keep pushing forward, forever reaching the next personal, artistic, or financial goal. In the case of James Tritten and Fort Lowell Records, well, let’s just say they’ve done it again. James, husband of andRead More →