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Special Release: The Capital Gang — Volume One

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In a earlier life I was an artist and independent label co-owner (which spans back to over a decade ago). Coming up with my friends we decided to form a musical group known as The Capital Gang. The idea wasn’t to make the name mutually exclusive to the original artists (C. Hustle, Del Uno, Iceberg, P. Boogz, Young Face, Aristadoe) on the first edition, but …

Tell Me by Emjae featuring Naomi


Today Hip Hop and EDM artist Emjae dropped his new single Tell Me off his upcoming album. The song features the beautiful but haunting sounds of Naomi, as it brings the usual energy you’ll come accustomed to hearing from anything Emjae. The single is now available to consume on most digital outlets. We’ve compiled a list below for you to decide how you can support …

Flow Browser for iOS gives Safari a run for its money

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Safari has gotten a lot better. With that said, it still has lots of work to do. I am not a power browser user on my iPhone but I do use it enough to know that even with as good as Safari has become it is still lacking some key features. Recently I was introduced to a new iOS web browser and it has done …

RJNjr table & chair is a delightful twist to Fake Babies Dirty Soul


In keeping with the unique tones from his dirty soul brethren, Fake Babies, New Haven, CT’s own RJNjr (aka Robert James Nuzzello, Jr.) releases his solo album titled ‘table & chair’. For those of you out there who’ve never heard the local group known as Fake Babies, then you’re missing some great stuff! Borrowing a line from my last interview with Nuzzello’s group explains their …

Ember is Pinterest for design


I am kind of embarrassed to admit that I have taken a liking to Pinterest as of late. It allows me to organize recipes for dinners, home-brew beer recipes and funny t-shirt designs. That however is where it ends for me. In a very similar fashion I use Pocket to save all the stories I don’t have time to read or want to save for …

Editorial: Major record labels continue to trick artists to hate Spotify and others like it

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I’ve grown tired of the propaganda machine that is major record labels. They’re traditional form of making money off the backs of artists is dated — and they know it — despite the obvious continued decline in CD and MP3 album sales. Since the inception of music streaming services including Pandora, Spotify, Rdio and others; the record label suits controlling all the music publishing rights …