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Corrington’s latest single release called “Jack The Lantern”

He released an EP on October 28th, 2015 called “Traveling East” with producers Justin Kyle of Jamie’s Elsewhere with Victory Records and Eric Ferraro, with additional vocal training from Phil Druyor of I Am Abomination with Good Fight Music. On February 22nd, 2016, he released a cover single of “The Parting Glass”. His rock full-album “Seeking Light” was released on March 15th, 2017 with additional guest features from Garret Rapp of The Color Morale with Fearless Records, Jeremy Gilmore of Sycamour with Hopeless Records, Sebastian Elizondo of Darkness Divided with Victory Records, and Rory Rodriguez of Dayseeker with Invogue Records and Spinefarm Records. His punk single “Mainsail” was released on August 17, 2018.


ROËDS sparkling new single ‘Understand This’, has a refreshing and fizzy vibe. Experimental as always, ROËDS has combined a bubbly electronic beat with organic-layered instruments. The result is a fun and radio-ready song that eases you into a new year with a happy feeling.

“What It Sounds”, the new Jazz album by Sight By Sound

The Sight By Sound project was born in 2016, during a jam session in Philadelphia.

The two composers Doug Travis and Santo Florelli, who were already collaborating, in the course of this meeting laid the foundations for the realization of a new work that would enhance the essence of diversity, starting from their different experiences in music.

True Moon – ‘II’

Swedish quartet True Moon offers an enchanting blend of darkwave, post-punk, and alternative that eclipses musical trends. Formed by members of Grammy-nominated band Vånna Inget, Karolina Engdahl (vocals/bass) and Tommy Tift (guitar), they have created charming darkness; together with Linus Segerstedt (guitar) and Fredrik Orevad (drums), they are a force to be reckoned with.

Engdahl and Tift began this project when they were inspired to create something that was more raw and visceral than the songs they were working on for Vånna. “It was like an urge and we just had to do this,” says Engdahl. The result was True Moon’s 2016 self-titled debut, a brooding yet sensual work that garnered attention in the Scandinavian music community and beyond. With influences including Joy Division, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sisters of Mercy, The Mission, early Cure, Stevie Nicks, and Heart, they channeled a sound of bittersweet twilight.