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King Doobie – ‘In the Sheets’

King Doobie is a young Bay Area artist coming into his own. His style is unique and versatile. Take a second to listen to his newest track featuring Rayven Justice.

“A physical love. Meet me In the Sheets!”


Amittai Blakk — The Love We Share (2019) A unique synthesis of jazz, hip-hop, old school R&B, reggae and rock, Amittai Blakk conveys an unmistakable intensity and soulfulness that carries listeners to another place. Drawing from diverse influences, including Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Parliament Funkadelic, and Rare Earth, Amittai Blakk has forged a sound uniquely their own, and one that defies genre.

Valium Poetry – ‘People & Buildings’

Ulf Nygaard of Norwegian indie pop veterans Flunk, returns with another Valium Poetry track; “People & Buildings”. Featuring Anita Valderhaug on vocals. This is a cover of a song recorded by her band, Nansy, two decades ago – also released by So Happy. Valium Poetry´s fifth single.

Carlos Leal is back with massive new single «Les brunes et les blondes/Highway»

In the short film “Highway”, CHARLES is the main character. He’s vulnerable but self-conscious. In fact, he knows who he is but seems to have lost control of “where he goes”. Life loves to drive us in mysterious places and trying to resist the ride can be a struggle. Embracing it is always a better option.

Swiss Metal/Hardcore/Noise-Rock practioners MONTECHARGE streamed new album ‘Demons Or Someone Else’

As announced previously : a few weeks after already unveiled some audio and video excerpts from the effort, Swiss metal/hardcore/noise rock practioners MONTECHARGE just released their debut full-length record called ‘Demons Or Someone Else’ and available right now on CD, LP & Digital through various record labels such as Abekeit, URGENCE DISK RECORDS, Violence In The Veins or WOOAAARGH.


2019 saw the Flat River Band’s release of their latest album, “Every Dog Has Its Day.” The title track and first single hit the radio airwaves, charting on several national and international charts. A music video for the track has also been successful, landing the trio of brothers on Amazon Prime Video, Country Music Channel, Billboard Magazine and other outlets. Brothers Chad, Andy and Dennijo Sitze finished out the year promoting their Christmas collection, “Christmas Time,” which featured another radio hit, “Go Tell it on the Mountain.”

2020’s Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions – WalletHub Study

With only around 8 percent of Americans keeping their New Year’s resolutions – “spend less and save more” is among both the most popular and most commonly broken – the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions as well as accompanying videos. This new report complements WalletHub’s list of the top New Year’s Financial Resolutions for 2020 and corresponding consumer survey.

To help Americans stick to their 2020 goals, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 57 key metrics. The data set ranges from adult obesity to income growth to employment outlook.