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  • Ghost Lit Kingdom interview September 12 ,2015

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    The music of Ghost Lit Kingdom features a textual blend of musical, dynamic and vocal contrast. Dual vocals, as unique together as they are apart, are lain upon a canvas of flowing sound; moving through sections of quiet substance to passages of powerful vigor.
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    "Anthemic alternative indie pop is the genre description of choice for this Southern California based quintet. Born from an acoustic side project and developed into an emotional catharsis filled with cascading dynamics, powerful vocal and lyrical substance, stunning musicianship and innovative songwriting, Ghost Lit Kingdom is poised to be the next indie band of note to come from the Los Angeles scene. The band draws from an eclectic set of influences including folk, pop, alternative, hip hop, jazz and many between to create a unique and cultivated sound that sets them apart from their fellow indie musicians. There is an energy in the music that is reborn on stage time and again, making the live show a captivating and moving experience. There are big things on the horizon for Ghost Lit Kingdom as they propel themselves into the LA music community." -Axiom Records-

  • Interview with New York City Lyricist Jay Buggs @JayBuggs

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    Jay Buggs is not new to the Hip-Hop scene, he is just back with some new music like "Mindstate", "For Real", "Eyes On Your Circle" and this is just to name a few.
    Check out Jay Buggs' discography via http://www.jaybuggs.com 
    Jay Buggs is currently looking for a Major Label Deal but also open to performing at Events, Parties and Live Showcases.

  • Joe Kidd interview September 19, 2015

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    In the 3 years that Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke have been together, they have created a sound that is powerful and unique in the world of acoustic music. Influenced by 60s folk music, traditional Appalachian songs, Celtic melodies, the intensity of bluegrass, country, & gospel/christian standards, Classical atmospheres, African & Middle Eastern rhythms, and Native American prayer chants, Joe & Sheila incorporate guitars, autoharp, djembe, Native American sacred drum, and many other diverse instruments from around the world to provide their original and uplifting music. They write socially conscious & spiritual songs of struggle, thanksgiving, redemption, and love. Their descriptions, interpretations & translations (sung in many different languages) are mystic and revelatory. Both are published poets/writers which gives their concerts the added power of the presence of the spoken word. This international duo have recently toured New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Ontario Canada while still remaining active in Michigan performing concerts at countless festivals, churches, powwows, television & radio shows, benefits, and venues across the state. Along with this activity, in April 2013 they received their 1st prestigious Detroit Music Award for Outstanding World Music Songwriters of the Year and again in April 2014 they received the award for the 2nd straight year in a row.

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