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Costa Rican rock/metal band Nagmah

Facebook: Facebook.com/Nagmah.rock Twitter: @Nagmah Website: www.Nagmah.net Nagmah is a rock metal band formed in July 2003. Since its beginning it has carried an original Spanish proposal of metal rock with nuances of heavy and power metal among others. Up to … Continue reading

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Dugway single ‘These Days’

Dugway is a rock/indie band from Massachusetts, whose original members are Chris Considine and Blake Poore. Chris writes and produces Dugway’s original music, which is influenced by classic rock and heavy on melody and harmony. Dugway’s songs are played on … Continue reading

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Zora’s debut album ‘Metamorphosis’

Facebook: Facebook.com/ZoraOfficialMusic Twitter: @ZoraMusic Website: www.ZoraMusic.com Zora is an American independent alternative/electronica music duo from Cleveland, formed in 2012. The duo consists of Zora (vocals, keyboards, production, songwriting) and Xhausen (synthesizer, production). Together, they have just completed their debut full-length … Continue reading

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Moneypenny ‘Boys In Bands Are Trouble’

Facebook: Facebook.com/WeAreMoneyPenny Twitter: @WeAreMoneyPenny Website: www.WeAreMoneyPenny.com “We are MoneyPenny,” is a statement that each of us feel passionately about. It is our core and who we are. Music and entertaining our fans completes us. MoneyPenny has brought music back to … Continue reading

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Allen D Twerks The Ballads

Los Angeles, CA – November 27, 2013 – Composer Allen D is playing the “standards” from the American Songbook in a different way. He’s turning romantic ballads into up-tempo electronic dance music (house music). “I usually have to change the … Continue reading

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