Album Reviews, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Soul/R&B

Folk Musician Joy Oladokun Makes Peace With The Present On Sophomore Record, “in defense of my own happiness (vol. 1)”

Music has become instrumental in influencing generation after generation – the voice that helps create a better world. Allowing us to remember the past, create the present, and inspire the future. Raised in a traditional Nigerian household on the outskirts of Phoenix, in the small desert city of Casa Grande, singer/songwriter Joy Oladokun describes her […]

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Calgary’s Justine Tyrell Unveils Anthem of Empowerment

Known for her wholehearted and unapologetic nature, Canadian-born songstress Justine Tyrell has taken the music scene by storm. Earning nominations for Singer of the Year and Solo Artist of The Year by Obsidian Awards, as well as featuring on CBC Radio and receiving nods from Stingray Music. Creating a vibey and refreshing soundtrack to suit […]

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Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Pop, Soul/R&B

Funk/Pop Artist Izabelle Releases New Music Video for “Self-Talk Session”

Canadian singer-songwriter Izabelle flawlessly blends funk, pop, and soul to create fresh sounds reminiscent of Prince, Bruno Mars, and Jamiroquai. An experienced industry professional with over 15 years under her belt, Izabelle released her debut solo album Version 2.0 last fall.  Version 2.0 is an album about empowerment, stepping forward, and speaking out. The record is filled with uplifting, positive, funky […]

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Alt/Rock, Country, Soul/R&B

Sam Polley And The Old Tomorrows

Growing up as the youngest member of a musical family, Sam Polley was introduced to a multitude of genres. “At first I fell in love with classic rock, starting of course with The Beatles, moving to Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty,” says Polley. “As time went on, I started to explore a variety of genres, old country, […]

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