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An experienced master and an emerging artist. Leslie Mandoki and Parker Matthews

Parker Matthews is an emerging pop singer with a troubled past but a bright future. Matthews learned early the realities of growing up different, struggling with depression, bullying and suicidal thoughts.  But, inspired by the music of Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, and Lady Gaga, he developed his innate talent for songwriting and performing. He released his first single Lost with You to cr...[Read More]

Psychedelic cumbia and dreamy pop garage rock. Money Chicha and Holy Golden.

Holy Golden is the multifaceted musical world of Leslie Schott and Andrew Valenti. who met during a lunar eclipse on Martha’s Vineyard and soon began crafting mythological mini-worlds into home-recorded albums, music videos, short films, and photo stories.  Holy Golden’s music blends euphoric dream-pop with lo-fi garage rock to create songs that feel both vulnerable and mysterious.  Th...[Read More]

Sue Foley set to release new album, The Ice Queen, and we have it…and her.

Sue Foley is a multi-award-winning musician and one of the finest blues and roots artists working today.  The only female member of the famed “Jungle Show,” featuring Billy Gibbons, Jimmie Vaughan, Mike Flanigin and Chris Layton, she  has been working professionally since the age of 16 and by the age of 21, Foley had relocated to Austin, Texas, and began recording for Antone’s, thefamous blues lab...[Read More]

Happy music! Aubrey Logan (with trombone) and Sheldon Botler (with grin)

Aubrey Logan is jazz, soul, rock and very funny. Sporting a trombone, she pulls off sassy, in a way totally unique in the music world. A graduate of Boston’s renown Berklee College of Music and winner of the top vocal competitions at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Aubrey is at home in a recording studio, on stage with a symphony orchestra, in an intimate club with her own ensemble or i...[Read More]

Steve McCormick and Katie Garibaldi. Roots rock and a new Christmas album

Steve McCormick was raised in the Midwest, with a love for the  songs of the plains and a knack for recording music.  In the years that followed, he honed his recording skills by working with tube microphone expert Steve McKinstry at Salmagundi Studios until he moved  to Los Angeles in 1992.  He is now a studio owner, producer, performer, session player, composer/songwriter and microphone builder....[Read More]

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