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Belle Brigade "Ashes"
Gallon Drunk "Before The Fire"
Belle Brigade - "Ashes"
Founded by siblings Barbara and Ethan Gruska, The Belle Brigade’s music is artfully arranged, with enticing melodies and pop harmonies, fueled by the interplay of driving rhythms between Barbara’s drums and Ethan’s guitars. Both are gifted songwriters – finding inspiration in the works of Peter Gabriel, John Lennon, The Beach Boys, Sly Stone, Harry Nilsson and countless others.
Hurray for the Riff Raff - "I Know It's Wrong"
Hurray For The Riff Raff is Alynda Lee Segarra, but in many ways it’s much more than that: it’s a young woman leaving her indelible stamp on the American folk tradition. If you’re listening to her new album, Small Town Heroes, odds are you’re part of the riff raff, and these songs are for you.
Hurray for the Riff Raff
"I Know It's Wrong"
Gallon Drunk - "Before The Fire"
The Soul Of The Hour finds Gallon Drunk pushing ever further into previously uncharted musical territory for the band. With an emphasis firmly upon hypnotic, locked down grooves, free flowing instrumental passages and all manner of European inspirational music that courses through the band’s collective bloodstream, Gallon Drunk have stretched out their music into thrilling and unfamiliar shapes.
"Before the Fire"
Quinn - "Excuses"
Quinn is a recording artist, producer, composer and left-of-center drummer/percussionist located in Los Angeles. He’s recorded and toured with artists Daft Punk, Kanye West, eastmountainsouth, India Arie, Tracy Chapman, and Jesca Hoop, and played on the films “The Fighter,” “The Big Wedding,” and “Percy Jackson - Sea of Monsters.”
Toni Braxton & Babyface - "Where Did We Go Wrong"
After releasing their No. 1 Adult R&B single, “Hurt You,” Toni Braxton and Babyface return with a follow-up song that will certainly be a major hit for the powerhouse duo. “Where Did We Go Wrong,” is a heartbreaking ballad about a failed relationship. You can expect this acoustic guitar-driven song to heat up the charts. Toni Braxton and Babyface’s relationship album, Love, Marriage & Divorce, will arrive in stores on February 4th.
Motown/Island Def Jam
Toni Braxton & Babyface
"Where Did We Go Wrong"
Nikki Williams - "Thank God It's Friday"
Spend even a few moments with Nikki Williams and you know exactly what you’re dealing with: an unapologetic, balls-out truth-teller, an old soul at 24 with a killer set of pipes and the attitude to match. Williams is the personification of Newtonian law: a body in motion will stay in motion. “I was born to do this,” she says. “There is no Plan B. This is it. You don’t ignore an instinct.”
"Thank God It's Friday"
Ledisi - "I Blame You"
Grammy nominated singer Ledisi’s fifth major studio release The Truth, which will be in stores March 11th, is filled not only with Ledisi’s trademark soaring ballads but also a generous collection of up-tempo, beat-driven celebrations of love and lust. The first single off the new album “I Blame You,” written and produced by Claude Kelly, Chuck Harmony and Ledisi Young, is a joyful reflection on that new-found love. USA Today calls it “A breezy-smooth rush of pop-soul nostalgia.”
"I Blame You"
Mary Lambert - "She Keeps Me Warm"
Inspired by confessional folk singers as well as spoken-word poets, Lambert is a fearless and candid songwriter, who empowers both herself and her listeners with her art. Welcome To The Age Of My Body features four songs that showcase her ethereal, lilting voice and soul-baring lyricism. The EP’s first single, “She Keeps Me Warm,” illuminates romantic love, while incorporating Lambert’s anthemic hook from “Same Love” to tell what she calls “the other side of the [“Same Love”] story.
"She Keeps Me Warm"
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