SEREDA | Featured Interview

We absolutely love discovering new artists and talking to creators from all over the world and this week we were able to have a quick catch up with Toronto/LA based musician Ally Sereda a.k.a “SEREDA”. Sereda’s...
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FEATURED – Aussie band ‘Gunns’

Garage 'Surf-Pop' Perth is exploding with musical talent. Amongst the psychedelic Tame Impala and Pond emerge three piece Gunns. Over the last few years they have slowly been developing their ‘garage surf pop’...
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EVENTS – Gear Up Festival

Who said orientation for university had to be boring? Forget what thought you knew about orientation week because Gear Up 2014 is the only way to end your summer. Indie darlings San Cisco, the psychedelic Pond...
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FEATURED – Ez Stone & TLS Records

Ez Stone  Hailing from Brighton, England, Ez Stone is a singer/song writer that has an intrinsic voice and a willingness to captivate his listeners through his music. Playing in the Brighton music scene for a ...
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ALBUM REVIEW – Paradise Valley

You Love Who You Love It's been eleven years since his infamous "Your Body's A Wonderland" and now John Mayer has graced us with his new album 'Paradise Valley'. The album features eleven tracks, all varying i...
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PROMOTIONAL – Mary Has A Gun

Setting The World Stage For France Words by Tanysha Bolger Mary Has A Gun is French band that blends the styles of pop and rock together to create music that is both catchy and energetic. In October 2010, the ...
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MUSIC – Evolving Music Videos

"Ladies And Gentlemen, Rock And Roll" Those were the official words spoken by John Lack, just before "Video Killed The Radio Star" by Buggles was played on MTV, way back on August the 1st, at 12:01am in 1981. ...
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MUSIC – Flashback Friday

2007. Oh What A Year It Was Composed by - MELINA SCARFO Can you believe that 2007 was six years ago? The first iPhone was announced, Britney Spears had a meltdown, and much to the fans delight (and dismay), t...