It has been decided by our team that we will be halting the publishing of new blog posts immediately. We discussed the value that we are presenting and have realized that although we enjoy reporting on and reviewing great up and coming acts, we have other priorities to focus on as an operation. This does not mean the review blog will cease to exist. It merely means we’ll just be publishing them without any sort of planned schedule.
Our focus moving forward will be our work with our agency, Jiggy Piggy. The goal is to continue helping indie artists make music their career. There is no better solution out there than Jiggy Piggy’s, and we realize it takes a lot of effort to do the things we want to do.
So, we’re sorry if you will miss our 3 posts per week cadence. While you won’t get as much joy out of us on that front, we encourage you to check out what we’re doing at Jiggy Piggy and reach out if you think you might need our services.
Thanks so much for your support over the years.
Co-Founder of MusicsMaster.com and Jiggy Piggy
JMR is another moniker from the mysterious artist named John Michael Ray. Although John Michael Ray has released music under that name, he just released the embedded track below. As you’ll notice, the track, entitled “Closer” is from a project called JMR.
Is this a name change or a completely different act altogether? I guess we’ll have to wait until more songs are released to know for sure.
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Do you remember the days where we'd seek out an AOL chatroom, log into it, and blindly start talking with people from all over the country (world?) about literally anything. When you think about those simpler times, you realize how far we've come with technology. However, we have yet to see a very good evolution of such chat rooms. While we have social media and even web forums, haven't you ever felt the need to just chat in real-time again?
We've excited learned recently of a chat room technology called “RumbleTalk.” RumbleTalk is a version of those awesome olf-school chatrooms, but made modern, and given steroids.
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Matthew Wade is a singer-songwriter out of Boston that goes by the stage name My Silent Bravery. He has toured nationwide supporting acts such as Kris Allen, Howie Day, and Tyler Hilton. He’s also landed placements on shows like CW’s One Tree Hill, and MTV’s Real World & True Life.
He recently opened for Daughtry at the 5th annual WXLO 104.5FM acoustic xmas concert.
Below is the video of “To Give” featuring Matisyahu.
Savages remind me so much of Rush. However, they are all female.
There’s not much to be said about the album “Free Yourself.” It’s original, rugged, and really entertaining to listen to. It’s one of those albums that offer up a package of music rather than a collection of songs.
I suggest giving Savages a listen. Rock on, ladies!
You can buy the album here:
A new favorite of mine, Jared & The Mill, just completed a tour and the bands song “Returning Half” was just featured on ABC’s Nashville.
They will now be added into full rotation on MY 1039 in Phoenix. They will showcase in LA at Hotel Cafe on Dec 4th.
They are indie folk-rock ala Mumford & Sons and their album was produced By Bob Hoag (The Format, Jimmy Eat World). They have shared the stage with the likes of The Killers and Youngblood Hawke.
Just when you thought it wouldn’t ever happen again, M.I.A. is back with new music.
She released the album Matangi last week.
Here’s the official music video for “Bring the Noize.”
Gregory Alan Isakov is a folk singer that has been around for several years now. His recent music has caught my ear and made me revisit some of his older stuff to get up to date.
Admittedly, I am now a bit obsessed with all of his music. I suggest you follow.
Below is the song “Amsterdam.” Enjoy.
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They may have broken up earlier this year due to ‘internal discord,’ but their finished set of songs is still going to be released late this summer.
The offering will be self-titled and released through Columbia Records. The sophomore album was shopped to all record labels, but most were hesitant to pick it up without an accompanying promotional tour. Apparently, The Civil Wars pair will only get together for a couple promotional events. They have already released the announcement that they will not be touring.
I’d like to think that the duo will eventually get back together, but I fear that when long-term vision and ambition is a conflict internally, it’s often too difficult to ever see eye to eye again.
At least we’ll be able to experience another (hopefully) epic album before they completely disappear. The good news is that both members seem extremely happy with the new material despite the breakup.
I’ll continue to track this story as it develops.