The theme of self-acceptance came to the forefront last year, and it has become increasingly present in music ever since.

Adding to this, Maria Zouroudis serves up a double dose of empowerment in her latest video, covering Jessie J and Pink’s self-acceptance anthems “Who You Are” and “Perfect.” [...]

0 Posted on April 14th, 2011
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Whether it be as an artist, songwriter, remixer, or actor, iSH has the goods to hit multiple areas of entertainment, an increasingly important trait as the industry continues to fragment. Profile after the jump!

0 Posted on April 14th, 2011

After relocating to London from her native Jordan, Ayah Marar went on to appear on tracks by some of the UK’s biggest names. Now, she’s preparing to build upon that success with her own upcoming new release. And debut single “Follow You” is any indication, it’s going to be hot. Profile after the jump!

0 Posted on April 9th, 2011
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If you’re in Australia, there will be no shortage of chances to catch Strange Talk live over the coming weeks. [...]

0 Posted on April 6th, 2011
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How can an artist stand out from the thousands of others posting song covers on YouTube? Well, breaking away from the norm of self-recorded-in-a-bedroom videos can definitely help. And in her latest video, Jessica Ashley does just that, upping the production value significantly from what we’re used to seeing on YouTube. [...]

0 Posted on April 3rd, 2011
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Eddie Cohn has released the official music video for “Lights On.” [...]

0 Posted on April 2nd, 2011
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As the saying goes, the best singers these days are all on YouTube. And now, there’s a new opportunity for these artists (many of whom have already attracted significant online followings) to build their offline presences: The DigiTour. [...]

1 Posted on March 31st, 2011
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Strange Talk will be supporting Art vs. Science across Australia on “The Experiment Tour.” [...]

1 Posted on March 31st, 2011
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After writing for several major artists, Q and W0LFC0AT began experimenting with song concepts that fused the sounds of the 70s with those of today’s indie and pop worlds. The result? Songs that were killer, but not cookie-cutter enough to fit with what outside artists were looking for. Not wanting to let these songs go to waste, the production/songwriting partners formed a band of their own, Rich Kid Sound System, which has already performed with some of music’s biggest names and is easily one of Miami’s hottest emerging acts. Profile after the jump!

0 Posted on March 27th, 2011
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Having already caught the attention of some of Atlanta’s most talented producers, ConSio is preparing to fuel his buzz with the release of his debut album. Profile after the jump!

3 Posted on March 27th, 2011