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

Olivia Rubini discusses her debut full-length album, her journey as an artist and what’s next for her

Singer-songwriter Olivia Rubini has always been around music, growing up with a musician/producer father who exposed her to a wide range of music and insight into the industry from a young age.  Knowing it’s the career path she wanted to take, she asked him to help her release music at Continue Reading

Michael Mayo discusses his debut solo album, coming out about his bisexuality, finding his sound as an artist and what’s next for him

There is empowerment in living authentically, a lesson that rising singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Mayo has come to realize.  Born in LA to a musical family, his mother Valerie Pinkston, now a back-up vocalist for Diana Ross, also sang with Beyonce, Luther Vandross, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston and Morrissey and his father, Continue Reading

Cristina Cano discusses her new Siren and the Sea album, growing as an artist in Portland, moving to LA and what’s next for her

Cristina Cano has always felt drawn to and inspired by the water.  Born in Hawaii and raised in Miami, the electro-pop artist, songwriter, producer and publicist moved to Portland in 2008 and started performing under the moniker of Siren and the Sea.  Her music grew and evolved throughout the years Continue Reading

Daytona Starsky discusses his new single, technology in entertainment and media, his love for sustainable fashion and how the past year has shaped his path going forward

Music has always been a part of Daytona Starsky’s life.  His parents loved music of all genres when he was growing up and encouraged a love of music in Starsky from a young age.  In learning how to play the drums and guitar and emulating the styles of his favorite Continue Reading

Kristian Wang discusses his new project Didi + Ping, the meaning behind the moniker, his debut single and what’s next for him

Electronic artist, multi-instrumentalist and experimental producer Kristian Wang, best known by his moniker of Didi + Ping, has recently released his debut single “Buffalo Jump”.  Born in Canada to a musical and creative family, their addiction to music spread to him at a young age.  The moniker itself, “Didi + Ping”, pays Continue Reading

Keanan Duffty and Fabio Fabbri of Slinky Vagabond discuss making music together, their love for fashion and music, their upcoming album and what’s next

Growing up in England, Keanan Duffty developed a love for fashion and music from a young age, inspired by artists such as David Bowie, Mark Bolan and Roxy Music.  He graduated from Central St Martins in London with a Bachelors of Arts degree in fashion and textiles and in 1993, Continue Reading

Andrea Clute discusses her new single, finding her sound as an artist, collaborating with her brother and what’s next for her

Vancouver singer-songwriter Andrea Clute loved music from an early age and used music and performance as an outlet growing up.  She joined musical theater in school and always found support from her family, who encouraged her to sing, whether in school competitions or family gatherings. Her brother Chris Clute is Continue Reading

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