Levi Colston

Industry without inspiration never leaves a lasting impact. Hard work and discipline often produce a reliable product but, without the spark of love behind its creation, posterity will take a dim view of its ultimate worth. Ten years ago, worldwide charting singer/songwriter, musician, and producer Stephen Wrench launched Musik and Film, LLC, henceforth referred to
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The sound of Clay Harper’s – Dirt Yard Street, is the sound of music at his feet with a fresh batch of eight original songs of his own, with mostly acoustic arrangements, piano, vocals and horns. The organic approach to the songs have a charming appeal to them, with Harper turning a world class songwriting
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Overcoming pressure and rising to the occasion seems to be in Manny Cabo’s DNA. Audiences around the globe might only know him as a rocker, but his sensitive nature and balladeer role isn’t a fluke. The guy can sing. Cabo’s new single “All Night Again” has the former contestant on The Voice using his pipes
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Jeffrey Li’s latest single release “Anniversary” will likely experience the same success as his previous winners “You Raise Me Up” and “Little Big Shots”. The very fact\ that a debuting performer can, based off an audition for the popular NBC television program America’s Got Talent, so soon parlay national exposure into over 100 million YouTube views
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“Gravity is Failing” is bursting with improbable lyrics that caught my attention with the first line. It’s a near master class in creative lyrics for a modern pop song and familiar yet far outside the mainstream. It’s a top-shelf opening to Paul Mark and the Van Dorens’ eleventh album Gravity. Mark has spent many years writing,
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Welcome Nice Ghost! Thanks for chatting with us today! Now, you have a new album coming out next month! Can you tell us more about it?  Yes, I’d love to! Thanks! It’s a full-length record named “Digital,” and I couldn’t be more excited. This album was a daring move for me, I had to break
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You changed your mind, you took my time, Trevor Drury sings with raw emotion. His new single “Second Chances” is a lump in your throat song that exudes utter devotion. From its impressive violin music bed, to its honest lyrics, Drury’s pop star status is on the rise. “Second Chances” is this summer’s dark horse
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Fun and simple in every way that actually counts for something in music these days, Hewas’ “Lemon” is undeniably pop music at its very best. There are no mundane melodic props in this track – no plasticized harmonies, inarticulate verses, nor pointless poeticisms that allude to someone else’s brand. In “Lemon,” Hewas gives him a
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Electric E’s music captivated me from the first. Having never heard this artist before, it was invigorating to recognize on the first listen that Electric E is working in a different area than many of his contemporaries and peers. There are clear influences in his music, you hear it on both  Babylon Music and  3 Sides to Every
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Tom Tikka spent a number of years playing with and sharing the songwriting chores in Finnish band Carmen Gray and experienced a measure of success, though the reality of the band’s success never matched their expectations. Tikka has moved on since Carmen Gray’s dissolution and his latest release with his band the Missing Hubcaps, a
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Heartour’s R u In gets off to a rousing and energetic start with the track “”Brain”. Newcomers to Heartour’s music may feel a jolt of surprise by the waves of electronic instrumentation blasting from their speakers but songwriter Jason Young, despite that description, never adopts a hamfisted approach. His arrangement skills are developed enough that he’s able
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When you get a couple of singers like Robert Gray and Francine Honey together for a duet, you can rest assured that sparks are going to fly, and that’s exactly what happens in the new video for the single “I Carry On.” One of two music video/single combos being released for the track this spring
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There are a lot of different elements that make up the melodic fabric of “Hurricanes and Butterflies (Flowers Don’t Die)” by Gianni Bodo. The strings, the percussion, the guest vocals from Brigitte Pace – all of these components share something incredible with us that makes the song as amazing as it is. Though its appearance
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There hasn’t been a whole lot of quality country music coming across the international airwaves recently, but in his latest release, Carlos Washington delivers a Texas-style tonality sure to get fans around the world invigorated once more. Country’s greatest stars and songwriters have all had one thing in common – a deep, profound love of
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“Own the Night” is the latest single from Toox and features the vocal talents of Daimen Carter and Rose Culture joining him for the performance. Despite the presence of two experienced and highly talented singers, Toox is never overshadowed. Much of the thanks for this can naturally be ascribed to Michael DeBarge’s presence in the
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The first take on AV Super Sunshine’s new single “Smile” brings common instruments like guitar together with a modern sound born from an assortment of electronic instruments such as keyboards, synths, and computerized percussion. Many musicians and songwriters struggle to make such marriages work without sounding disjointed or unappealing, but AV Super Sunshine is well
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Lately it’s seemed as though there’s a bit of duel taking place in modern folk/rock between American postmodernists and Canadian minimalists, with both sets of songwriters bringing a unique but entirely conflicting slew of sounds to the contemporary spectrum, but in the case of Sébastien Lacombe’s “Gold in Your Soul,” the latest single/video combo from
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With a stellar bounce that seems to play out in slow-motion, despite the urgency in the drumbeat behind it, the first few strands of a melody that we find at the onset of “Brightside” are incontrovertibly as stunning as any that we’ll find in the new EP from Chords of Eve, Dear Engineer, but while these
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Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs Part 4 is a robust collection of the songs that echo romance and pure entertainment. Mac, a fixture in the Philadelphia music scene, last touched listeners’ hearts with Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs Part 3 in 2018. His newest collection doesn’t disappoint. With 23 songs total, it’s not
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