Artist Close-Ups · Reviews

Artists To Watch 2018: Ravyn Lenae Gives You Vibe Music

Vibe Music! That is what I call artists from Jhene Aiko to Kali Uchis that aim for music frequencies rather than sound. It is as if beneath every beat is an atmosphere waiting to be tapped, built, and exalted by their creativity. Ravyn Lenae is quickly rising to give you some good vibe music. “Sticky”… Continue reading Artists To Watch 2018: Ravyn Lenae Gives You Vibe Music

Artist Close-Ups · Reviews

Artist Close- Up: The Suzan Say “Konichiwa” To Creating Joy

The Suzan’s Konichiwa glitters like its literal meaning: with welcome. In three bright tracks, The Suzan have created the sonic version of a 5-hour energy. You drink up their tracks, and for a good, few hours you greet life warmly. While Konichiwa, literally, means “Good Afternoon” in Japanese, The Suzan chose this title to represent… Continue reading Artist Close- Up: The Suzan Say “Konichiwa” To Creating Joy

Artist Close-Ups · Reviews · Theatre Reviews

Diandra Gives The Buzz: Trinkets Wants To See Broadway Stars

Synopsis: TRINKETS is set during a time when acceptance of a fringe group by the straight world was often little to none; as such, many drag and transsexual females were given no opportunity for real employment. In order for them to make a living, sex work was a common choice. The audience is introduced to a… Continue reading Diandra Gives The Buzz: Trinkets Wants To See Broadway Stars

Album Reviews · Artist Close-Ups · Reviews

Artist Close Up: Kailee Morgue Electrifies Dark Pop In Medusa

From the beginning of Kailee Morgue’s EP, Medusa, you are stone frozen by its epic beats. Every hook snaps you into her pop world, and shows Morgue can make modern romances into greek tragedies: ornate and riveting. You listen to her music like you are watching it, which is the sign of a star. Kailee… Continue reading Artist Close Up: Kailee Morgue Electrifies Dark Pop In Medusa

Artist Close-Ups · interviews

Diandra Interviews Christina LaRocca: Defining Soul In Sound (Part 2)

In the first part of my interview with Christina LaRocca, it was clear to see that she is strong, but you can also see that she is visionary. Music is the perfect platform for her because she is both open and eager to tell her truth. Thus, in the next half of our interview, Christina… Continue reading Diandra Interviews Christina LaRocca: Defining Soul In Sound (Part 2)

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Diandra Interviews William Crighton: 5 Questions On Music Consciousness

There is nothing like hearing a song or artist that seemingly understands everything you are going through, but has the talent to sing and present your feelings with instrumental beauty. William Crighton is trying to do the same, and with his growing fanbase, it seems he is being successful at using music to connect to… Continue reading Diandra Interviews William Crighton: 5 Questions On Music Consciousness

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Artists To Watch 2018: Au/Ra Is Ready To Clean Any Negative Aura

Ahhhhh, yes! If there is one thing, I enjoy doing/ find necessary its cleaning my chakras. It is not a hidden fact that I love the spiritual/ holistic life, but elevating or cleansing your spirit does not mean denying negativity. It means transforming it to positivity, which calls for some confrontation. Au/Ra is rising the… Continue reading Artists To Watch 2018: Au/Ra Is Ready To Clean Any Negative Aura

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Artists To Watch in 2018: Cherry Pools Delivers Cherry Dreams

Under the influence of Phil Collins, Michael Jackson, Justice, MGMT, Tame Impala, and more, the four-piece, now known as Cherry Pools, arrived at a creative cross-section of inspirations. Those are some hefty creatives that they have chosen as music influences, but they have something in common that could also be seen in the band’s name… Continue reading Artists To Watch in 2018: Cherry Pools Delivers Cherry Dreams

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Artists To Watch In 2018: The Howlin Souls Want To Start A Rock Revolution

Howlin Souls self-titled EP is a splashy debut in a time when many artists feel torn: go with the old or bring in the new. This new year promises growth of this dilemma between musicians that looks to music’s classic, past roots to define their present sound, and those that see futurism as their soundscape.… Continue reading Artists To Watch In 2018: The Howlin Souls Want To Start A Rock Revolution

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Artists To Watch In 2018: Liza Anne Is My Spirit Guide

Liza Anne is NOT a new artist, but she is one that I will watch in 2018, 2019, 2020, and forever. This woman is my spirit guide because of her emotional honesty.  Suffering from panic anxiety disorder, Liza Anne creates more than songs; she makes confessionals.  In the midst of break-ups and the uncertainty of… Continue reading Artists To Watch In 2018: Liza Anne Is My Spirit Guide