Music Genre

Stephanie Schneiderman – Daughters

“Love the change of pace this song have, with an amazing vocals, to melodic structures it brings, from one mood to another, just great writing and arrangement. Back vocal edits are perfectly placed and the detail I like the most is that reversed piano keys in transitions. ”

Madam Radar – Hands

“As soon as you hear the ringing of acoustic and electrihitar, you will instantly find yourself in the atmosphere of the americana genre. Feel how the heart is compressed from vocals in the chest, the rhythm leads to beautiful prairies and there are no barriers to you on the way to freedom!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Как только вы услышите звон акустической и электрогитар вы мгновенно окажетесь в атмосфере жанра Americana. Почувствуйте, как от вокала в груди сжимается сердце, ритм ведёт за собой в прекрасные прерии и нет для вас никаких преград на пути к свободе!”

Americana love song with a wall of harmonies and passionate guitar solo.

Ollee Owens – Through the Darkest Night

“Awesome ownership of your voice, so bright, sonorous and rich! The melody and atmosphere americana completely captures all your attention and attracts to itself as if a powerful magnet! No magic and magic, before you is pure, real, lively music!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Потрясающее владение своим голосом, такой яркий, звонкий и насыщенный! Мелодия и атмосфера Americana полностью захватывает всё ваше внимание и приковывает к себе словно мощным магнитом! Никакой магии и волшебства, перед вами чистая, настоящая, живая музыка!”

Ollee Owens is a musical force of nature who combines burning intensity with elegant grace and skilled composure wrapped in an electrifying blues rock veneer. The result is an unforgettable, emotionally charged musical experience that moves both body and soul. Having released “Edge of Goodbye” and “Raging Fire” earlier this year, Owens has set her intentions as a talented artist who deals in authenticity.

Latest single, “Through the Darkest Night,” is an evocative track that touches on the endurance of a powerful connection – an intense love that builds throughout intense musical moments and smooth, soulful vocals. For the accompanying music video, Owens and her team went to Vegas, shooting the desert and cityscapes in contrast with each other to capture the sonic dynamics visually.

Owens’ new album, Cannot Be Unheard, explores the many facets of how our perceived “truths” can deceive us and hold us back and how important it is to grow towards becoming the greatest version of ourselves, always staying connected to the people who bring out the best in us. To Owens, this collection of songs are a declaration of sorts that Cannot Be Unheard. Her desire is that listeners come away from these songs feeling free to be themselves in a fresh new way, shining their light a little more brightly for their world to see – and so the ripple effect continues on towards a better tomorrow for all.

Edvard Borneo – So Lonesome I Could Drive

“Song that feels so positive, but at the same time it is much more deeper and melancholic. Song and instrument like a metaphor of life and all that it brings, good and bad moments, but you keep going, because, you can choose the soundtrack of life as well the life itself. ”

Blind Lake – In Control

“Clockwork, energetic POP song with an acoustic accompaniment and fresh as mountain air with vocals. Both performers are perfectly combined with each other and act as a single organism. The charge of a positive mood is definitely provided to you!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Заводная, энергичная Pop песня с акустическим аккомпанементом и свежим, как горный воздух вокалом. Оба исполнителя отлично сочетаются между собой и действуют как единый организм. Заряд позитивного настроения вам точно обеспечен!”

The new Blind Lake single ”In Control” is a head-on pop song with an acoustic drive.

There are echoes of early Jayhawks & Wilco through a Blind Lake filter; rhythmic, melodic and with great harmonies.

The lyrics are about our attempts to seek control in our lives in order to avoid tipping over the edge to meaninglessness.

However, some people interpret that with taking control of others or fool themselves by holding on to the wrong things to control.

"Notes you take notes set up dates and take notes

You´re in control, in control when taking notes"

Brooks Dixon – After All

“This genre track, which is recorded -brooks dixon- with great love for all people, reflecting all feelings in their texts and melodies. Here you can clearly hear how two vocals echo, which complement each other very well. Voice -Libby Rodenbouch- is so gentle, almost angelic, we can say that it was created for this duet!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Этот жанровый трек, который записан -Brooks Dixon- с огромной любовью ко всем людям, отражая все чувства в своих текстах и мелодии. Здесь отчётливо слышно, как перекликаются два вокала, которые очень хорошо дополняют друг друга. Голос -Libby Rodenbough- такой нежный, почти ангельский, можно сказать, что он был создан для этого дуэта!”

This song is about wrestling with the idea that equity in this world is increasingly harder to come by, and yet acknowledging that each generation of humanity has faced it's own sets of challenges. Though they may manifest themselves differently, our lives are telling a similar story of humanity after all, and I choose to find comfort in knowing humanity is destined to repeat itself as long as we are willing to come face to face with our previous mistakes.

This song features guest vocalist Libby Rodenbough (Mipso), guitar and piano performances by Taylor McCleskey (Beach Tiger, The Tarlatans) and is mixed by Ryan Youmans (The Amber Sound), and Mastered by Sam Moses (Moses Mastering)

Yellofox – Forever Young

“While such music will be in the world, it will continue to breathe, live and prosper. Music -yellofox is like an eternally young elf from a fairy -tale forest that came to this world in order to make everyone happy. A very harmonious and spiritualizing melody that seeks to get directly into your heart.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Пока в мире будет подобная музыка, он будет продолжать дышать, жить и процветать. Музыка -Yellofox- словно вечно молодой эльф из сказочного леса, который пришёл в этот мир для того, чтобы сделать счастливым каждого. Очень гармоничная и одухотворяющая мелодия, которая стремится попасть прямо в ваше сердце.”

Yellofox, melancholische folkpop vol energie.

Yellofox maakt vooral fijne verhalende popsongs. De liedjes zijn sterk beïnvloed door de grote singer songwriters uit de sixties en seventies en hebben vaak een melancholische en dromerige karakter. Dit wordt moeiteloos afgewisseld met energieke en opzwepende songs vol ritme en energie en dagen je uit om lekker op te swingen! Naast drum, contrabas en gitaar wordt het geluid vooral bepaald door de meerstemmige zang van Jorieke en Marc. Maar ook de prominente rol van Jorieke’s cello-spel geeft een heel eigen kleur aan de muziek. Variërend van een country fiddle tot klassieke strijker.

“De muziek van Yellofox is als een roadtrip en neemt je mee op reis. Sfeervol, melancholisch, maar ook ritmisch en opzwepend. Americana pur sang”.

Yellofox, melancholic folkpop full of energy.

Yellofox mainly makes fine narrative pop songs. The songs are strongly influenced by the great singer songwriters of the sixties and seventies and often have a melancholic and dreamy character. This is effortlessly alternated with energetic and uplifting songs full of rhythm and energy and invites you to dance! Besides drums, double bass and guitar, the sound is mainly determined by the harmonic vocals of Jorieke and Marc. The prominent role of Jorieke’s cello playing also gives the music its own color. Varying from a country fiddle to a classical string.

“Yellofox’s music is like a road trip which takes you on a journey. Atmospheric, melancholic, but also rhythmic and exciting. Americana pur sang ”.

Steve Jinski – To The Saint Of Lost Causes

“Soul vocals -stee jinski-, reviving everything around itself, the ringing of acoustic guitars and absorbing the atmosphere of high -quality, live folk rock sound. All this is created in order to stay in your memory forever and echoing everywhere and everywhere wherever you go and whatever you do.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Душевный вокал -Steve Jinski-, оживляющий всё вокруг себя фоновый хор, звон акустических гитар и поглощающая атмосфера качественного, живого Folk Rock звучания. Всё это создано для того, чтобы остаться в вашей памяти навсегда и звучать эхом везде и всюду, куда бы вы не пошли и чем бы не занимались.”

A track from Steve's EP 'Hope Street' on Lucky Smile Records/Proper Music Distribution. The song brims with positivity and good things to come, no need to give up yet! Soulful vocals, jangling guitars, thumping piano chords and a steady backbeat all combine to make this a memorable classic tune ... oh and somebody mentioned that Tom Petty might be a reference point too!

Lily Talmers – Hope, You Whore

“Music -Lily Talmers - gives light and pleasant notes of irony, immersing in its history slowly and gradually. Bossa nova meditative rhythms, deep and burning vocals and crying melodies drive crazy. Incredible wyb capable of pulling you out of your own comfort zone and captivate your atmosphere.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Музыка -Lily Talmers- дарит лёгкие и приятные нотки иронии, погружая в свою историю медленно и постепенно. Медитативные ритмы Bossa Nova, глубокий и обжигающий вокал и плачущая мелодия сводят с ума. Невероятный вайб способный вытащить вас из собственной зоны комфорта и пленить своей атмосферой.”

Imagine hope appearing as a human being – this definitive Samba track tangos with potential love and performs a pas-de-deux with two competing modes of Hope’s offerings. A brassy vamp with lamenting trumpets converge with threatening strings as the repeated, even disgusted delivery of “Hope you whore, hope you whore” reveals the titular character’s sinister duplicity.

Dieter van der Westen – Erie Canal

“Love this kind of smooth country song, full of nostalgia and mood that makes you think of past times. Great vocals and a guitar that goes with them. I can feel the autumn on this one, with leaves falling down while walking a dog in the park with this as a soundtrack.”

The popular song "Low Bridge, Everybody Down" was written by Thomas S. Allen (although some have questioned its origins [1]), recorded in 1912,[2] and published by F.B. Haviland Publishing Company in 1913.[3] It was written after the construction of the New York State Barge Canal, which would replace the Erie Canal, was well underway, furthering the change from mule power to engine power, raising the speed of traffic. Also known as "Fifteen Years on the Erie Canal", "Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal", "Erie Canal Song", "Erie Barge Canal", and "Mule Named Sal", the song memorializes the years from 1825 to 1880 when the mule barges made boomtowns out of Utica, Rome, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo, and transformed New York into the Empire State.

The music cover published in 1913 depicts a boy on a mule getting down to pass under a bridge, but the reference to "low bridge" in the song refers to travelers who would typically ride on top of the boats. The low bridges would require them to get down out of the way to allow safe passage under a bridge.


Early 20th century recordings of the song include ones by Billy Murray, Vernon Dalhart, and Jack Narz. The song has become part of the folk repertoire, recorded by folksingers like Glenn Yarborough, Pete Seeger and the Weavers, The Kingston Trio, the children's series VeggieTales, and artists like the Sons of the Pioneers. Dan Zanes included it on a children's album with Suzanne Vega singing lead. Bruce Springsteen recorded the song on his 2006 album We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions. The cartoon series Animaniacs parodied "Low Bridge" with their song about the Panama Canal. The lyrics are also the text of the book The Erie Canal (1970), illustrated by Peter Spier.

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