Nashville pop/soul artist Wyn Starks discusses his journey into music, living as his most authentic self, his new album ‘Black Is Golden’, and what’s next for him

Born and raised in Minneapolis, Wyn Starks had a deep love of music as a child and knew from a young age that he wanted to be a singer.  Influenced by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, and Prince, he developed a love for the sounds of Continue Reading

Fia Nyxx discusses her early career as a competitive dancer, finding her love for music and performing, her new single and upcoming album, and what’s next for her

A veteran of the industry, Denver based singer/songwriter/performer Fia Nyxx grew up dancing competitively and singing in her church choir.  Born Rachel Applehans, her creativity was cultivated from an early age and she realized she loved the spotlight and performing for people, deciding as she got older that she wanted Continue Reading

GAYLE talks about her journey into music, her latest single, signing with Atlantic records and what’s next

Nashville-based pop artist GAYLE grew up loving music.  She grew up outside of Dallas and started singing at the age of 7 after learning about jazz vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald in school.  Over the next few years, she learned how to play guitar and writing her own songs.  At Continue Reading

Maeve Steele discusses her journey into music, her new single “Shimmer”, finding her style as an artist and what’s next

For California-based pop artist Maeve Steele, music has always been a part of her life and was surrounded by the sounds of folk, Americana, and country music growing up.  She began classical violin lessons before kindergarten, and by the time she was in elementary school, she was learning guitar and Continue Reading

LA-based rapper MoThoro discusses his journey into music, finding his sound as an artist, his new album ‘Now or Never’, and what’s next

The son of a local rap artist, LA native and rap artist MoThoro credits his father with influencing him to start writing raps at a young age.  Surrounded by the sounds of everything from hip hop to jazz to soul music and R&B, music has always been a part of Continue Reading

JAN3T discusses his evolving sound as an artist, his new single “Allons Y”, why Gen Z gives him hope for the future, and what’s next

A love for Jimi Hendrix and learning and emulating his performances was New York artist JAN3T’s musical training in his early years.  With an intense love for collaboration and live shows, he began to feel lost and isolated during the latter part of the pandemic, with a search for online Continue Reading

Larry Studnicky discusses The High Plains Drifters new EP and forthcoming album, how being a lawyer in the entertainment industry informed his perspective on music, his musical influences, and what’s next for the band

Larry Studnicky, an entertainment lawyer who, at the turn of the millennium, structured and closed the landmark label and publisher deals that ushered in the world of digital interactive radio (enjoyed today by listeners of Pandora, Spotify, etc.) has been pursuing his true passion in recent years: music. Influenced by the soul and rock of the 70s, and artists such Continue Reading

Hip Hop artist Steven Malcolm discusses his new EP, merging faith-based lyrics with modern hip hop, breaking generational curses and what’s next for him

Sometimes, one event can change a person’s life, and for multi-cultural hip hop artist Steven Malcolm, that event was a church service.  Raised in western Michigan and coastal Florida, Steven grew up in search of a sense of identity.  When he was 10, his father, a native Jamaican was deported Continue Reading

EG Vines discusses his upcoming album, growing as a musician, living in Nashville and what’s next

Nashville musician EG Vines never intended to sing or be a front man in a band.  Growing up in Arkansas, he got into mid to late 90s alternative bands at 13 and initially wanted to play the guitar.  A local high school band needed a singer, though, so he decided Continue Reading

Hybrid discuss their newest singles and music videos, their sonic journey as a band, their new album and what’s next

British electronic band Hybrid, composed of Mike and Charlotte Truman, have undergone many evolutions in sound since forming in 1995, at the height of the UK-led Breakbeat era.  Formed by Mike Truman, Chris Healings and Lee Mullin (Chris and Lee have since left the band), they started primarily as a Continue Reading

Brynn Elliot discusses her journey into music, her love of philosophy, her new album ‘Can I Be Real?’, and what’s next

Music has always been a part of Brynn Elliot’s life.  Born and raised in Atlanta, the discovery of her dad’s guitar as a teenager led her to discover songwriting as a form of expression, teaching herself guitar chords from YouTube videos.  As she was heading into her sophomore year of Continue Reading