Cheryl B. Engelhardt discusses her foray into New Age music, her new single, working with Donzaleigh Abernathy and what’s next

Cheryl B. Engelhardt is an accomplished artist in many different areas of music and entertainment.  A singer, songwriter, composer, indie musician, and speaker, she also runs an online series of programs called ‘In The Key Of Success’ that helps other musicians find fulfillment in their creative careers through powerful communication Continue Reading

Matt and Dave of Space Cadet discuss forming the band, their new album, their love for guitar pedals and what’s next

Formerly of the Boston punk band The Explosion, bandmates Dave Walsh and Matt Hock had, unbeknownst to each other, been writing and recording similar songs on their own.  Upon this discovery, they decided to start writing music together and their new band Space Cadet was born.  In contrast the more Continue Reading

Ally Barron discusses her new single and debut EP, finding her sound as an artist, life after Malibu Surf and what’s next

“I want to reach everybody with my music and be a role model for girls of all ages,” says LA singer, songwriter, and actress Ally Barron.  “We’re all growing up and going through these issues of boys, being your own woman, and different stages of life.  I want to be Continue Reading

January Jane discuss their latest single, finding chemistry as a band, signing with Whiskey Vinyl Records and with BMG and what’s next

Sometimes fate can bring people together, and for the guys in January Jane, they seemed destined to meet.  Mitch C. Mitchell was a guitar player in need of a singer and Pat Via was a singer in need of a band.  They both found themselves at the same Soho art Continue Reading

Tim Centineo discusses the new Centineo track and short film, his evolution as an artist, his goals going forward and what’s next

Tim Centineo has begun a new chapter in his music career, aiming to be fearlessly himself.  New Jersey born and raised, his life long love for electronic music led him to an Afrojack concert in 2012.  It was here that his aspirations to produce his own electronic music were born Continue Reading

MJ Songstress discusses her journey into music, performing at the Apollo Theater in Harlem as a kid, her new single and music video and what’s next for her

New Jersey/New York based genre-bending singer-songwriter MJ Songstress has been surrounded by music her entire life.  Born in Queens, NY, she was raised in Fort Lee, NJ by her Greek mother and Mexican father, exposed from an early age to a wide variety of musical genres.  As a child, she Continue Reading

Bella St Clair discusses her new single, her journey as an artist, her love for travel and podcasts and what’s next for her

Vancouver based actor, singer, songwriter, dancer and artist Bella St Clair was drawn to music from an early age, with a Casio keyboard gifted to her by her mom at the age of 8 leading her to try to teach herself songs by ear.  She later upgraded to a Roland Continue Reading

Cristina Vane discusses her upcoming album, traveling across the country, reconnecting with her American heritage and what’s next

Nashville artist Cristina Vane has had a revelatory few years.  Born in Italy to a Sicilian-American father and Guatemalan mother, she spent her youth in Italy, France and England, before moving to the US for college at 18.  After school, she moved to Venice Beach and it was there that Continue Reading

Chris Clute discusses his latest single and music video, advocating for mental health and opioid addiction awareness, performing with his sister and what’s next

Vancouver-based electronic pop artist Chris Clute is a fixture in his local music scene.  Having a love of music from a young age, piano lessons paved the way to him jamming, making his own songs and figuring out how to play songs he was listening to.  His songwriting reflects a Continue Reading

Paulina Vo discusses her new single and music video, growing up as the daughter of refugees, empowering other womxn in the music industry and what’s next

Music has always been a source of comfort and expression for Brooklyn-based indie, R&B, pop-soul artist and producer Paulina Vo.  The daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, she was born in New Orleans and moved around a lot, spending time in Orlando, Phoenix and now Brooklyn.  Growing up in a predominately white Continue Reading

Vanessa Silberman discusses her new single, her work to empower women in all aspects of the music industry, staying busy during the pandemic and what’s next for her

Brooklyn-based independent singer, songwriter, producer and label owner Vanessa Silberman is a force to be reckoned with.  Having been a part of the music industry for close to two decades in many different aspects, she takes a very DIY approach to her music and independently booked over 800 shows between Continue Reading

Janie May discusses her debut EP, finding balance in her life, filming music videos and what’s next

Soul-infused Brooklyn pop artist Janie May released her debut EP Balance Me on November 30th, an album that features two songs that she worked on with producer Zach Fuller and a collaboration with The Beat Disciples.  In her words, “My EP Balance Me is fundamentally about growth and the growing pains that often come along with Continue Reading