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Tag: Female Empowerment

INSIDE THE CAPITOL ROYALE WEEKEND KICKOFF PARTY…

Capitol Records held it’s second annual Capitol Royale, a music and tech festival geared to bring together the music industry, creatives, and the tech field. This year’s theme is “Music on the Move” and on Friday night the kickoff party for this year’s event was held at Avalon Hollywood. It featured some of music’s fiercest […]

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INTERVIEW WITH DEATHBYROMY… MUSIC’S’ NEW GOTH POP PRINCESS

INTRODUCING DEATHBYROMY… MUSIC’S’ NEW GOTH POP PRINCESS AND CAPITOL RECORDS NEWEST SIGNING THAT’S READY TO TAKE ON THE WORLD… On the eve of her album release show at Bardot Hollywood, I sat down with the artist known as DeathbyRomy at Capitol Records. The hallowed ground and sacred halls seemed to carry even more weight so late at night. Upon […]

INTRODUCING… INDIE POP SINGER-SONGWRITER JULIA BHATT

Julia Bhatt is the seventeen young Indie pop songwriter and singer fusing her rapid fire vocal delivery, unique textures, multiple genres including Bossa Nova on her debut single “Tall“. A song in which she reflects on teenage life in Miami and her ongoing struggles with mental health. I talked with her about her single, music, […]

THE RECLUSIVE BLOGGER’S THE FRIDAY FIVE (ON SATURDAY)…

It’s back and on a Saturday no less. My Friday Five is back for good this time. These are my five favorite songs this week The genres range from contemporary pop to dance/DJ. Read below for all the details on my faves and maybe you’ll find a song or two to add to a playlist […]

GIRL WILDE // “PROBABLY CRYING” – SINGLE REVIEW

Girl Wilde is back with another emotional Alternative-Pop jam for us to put on repeat. On her new single “Probably Crying” which she describes as “Bubblegum Grunge”. Girl Wilde (Alex Barnes) takes an introspective look at her “own unique emotional traumas” using the song to “own up to her own emotional tendencies”. Girl Wilde putting […]

CUJA // VOL.1 – EP REVIEW

Cuja is an Asian American Electro-Pop artist. Cuja is currently based in Los Angeles and looking to make a name for herself in spite of the fact that she often felt a disconnect growing up as a mixed Asian-American kid. She wants to use her voice and platform as an artist to lift up other […]

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