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C Major 7: ‘Believe’ from singer Liel Bar-Z and Jeremy Gardner is a gem out the darkness

Taken off new EP ‘Surrender‘, this is the latest song from exciting LA duo C Major 7.

Working on a ridiculous amount of songs with a well-known producer based in Los Angeles, California, named Jeremy Gardner, is the stunningly sweet singer Liel Bar-Z . Their joint project is called C Major 7.

The rustling vinyl, the smooth vocals of this fine singer, these two make a quality team with a combined mindset right now. The plan is make beautiful music and this goal has been achieved greatly. Liel Bar-Z and Jeremy Gardner make a strong team with their soulful song, this is everything that we need during this sick time of mass carnage. Luckily, music like this heals.

C Major 7 strike an absolute gem here and ‘Believe‘ is that sad song that also contains true life stories. You are a bit naive to the world, you have some bumps and bruises- only to grow much stronger. This is a lovely ballad, full of love and knowing that you will learn from these crazy times.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


LA Americana artist Natalie Duque sings with such sadness on the new single ‘Stay’

Natalie Duque sings with such sadness about a lost family member on the new single ‘Stay‘.

Natalie infuses soulful folk melodies with a pop-infused style, her music is so sad but beautiful at the same time. Her voice is stunning, almost haunting and with such pureness that gets your heart beating so much faster. Her delivery is masterful on this story of not being able to see a loved one for the last time.

Tomorrow is not promised. This is a sad story about how you didn’t get the chance to say goodbye. The roads were cold and and it was snowing. She didn’t get a chance to say goodbye and the next day, he didn’t make it. You regret this moment so much but there is nothing you can do now but cherish the memories of his life.

Natalie Duque has that type of voice that makes you stop and listen intently. ‘Stay‘ is about the loved one that sadly passed away and the indie-pop care with this song is quite beautiful from the LA singer.

Click here to stream on Spotify.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


The Revies – Los Invisibles: American Rock Just Got Its Bite Back

I was uncertain if I could love the sound more than the wordplay in the latest track “Los Invisibles” from LA-based Rock artist The Revies. Yet, once I got a taste of the raunchy, punchy, eager sound which The Revies had manifested through their high-octane performance, it became apparent that their linguistic ingenuity is easily outshone by their ability to orchestrate a captivatingly immersive Rock hit.

Any fans of Stone Sour will definitely want Los Invisibles on their playlists. The production couldn’t be higher, the distinction allows you to hear the authenticity and there’s no disputing that The Revies is a force to be reckoned with.

It may have been a while since I’ve been to a gig, but I’m fairly sure that The Revies is exactly the kind of band who would leave your mind blown and your neck sore if you got the pleasure of seeing them live.

You can check out Los Invisibles for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Aimee Saturne has made a salaciously daring Pop debut with “Don’t Tell My Boyfriend”

Don’t Tell My Boyfriend” is the salaciously daring debut Dark Pop single from LA artist Aimee Saturne. If it was any more debauched Christian fundamentalists would be on a mission to cancel her.

Her sultry vocal timbre perfectly matches the lyrics which go further than pretty much any other Pop single I’ve ever heard. There may be plenty of tracks about romantic indiscretion on the airwaves, but Aimee Saturne’s is definitely the hottest. Even the atmospherically tantalizing stylistic beats drip with sex appeal.

To say that she’s earned a spot on our radar feels like an understatement. We’re practically infatuated.

You can check out Aimee Saturne’s provocatively ensnaring single Don’t Tell My Boyfriend for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


LA trap rapper Lemonstar is back with 2nd single ‘Beverly Hills’

LA trap rapper Lemonstar returns with his 2nd ever single called ‘Beverly Hills‘.

This is all about showing that special person in your life that you are for real. You will go anywhere in town and show her that you should be the main man. You are willing to flex if you need to but that is not really your style. You just want to be with them and cruise wherever to be seen.

Beverly Hills‘ from LA artist Lemonstar is a smooth drive with the homies type of track. The beat is very new school, with the usual trap kind of sound. This song is less that 2 minutes and I like this track a lot. This is a fine track that flows the whole way though and makes you want to dance all night.

LA rapper Lemonstar is on the way up and has a big group of loyal fans already. He is surely set for big things as he has the sound that the youngsters into rap crave. Expect to hear more from this fine young artist.

Stream here via Spotify to hear this banger track.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Amoré The Songstress soothes our souls with ‘Whisper’

Amoré The Songstress is back with a bang on her brand new song with R&B influences called ‘Whisper‘.

With such a stunningly beautiful voice and tremendous energy, Amoré The Songstress is an R&B Neo Soul artist that is no new face to the Inland Empire Scene. After taking a near 10 year hiatus, this fine singer aims to play all over the world when she can again. The hungry is there and the talent is very easy to spot.

Whisper‘ is all about wanting that special soul back in your life. You miss them so much. The sexy whisper is the ear is what you desire the most. You love the person so much and don’t want them too far away from you anymore.

Amoré The Songstress from LA lathers our soul with this fine effort on ‘Whisper‘. She has a fine voice and the lyrics are heart-warming and a pleasure to listen to.

The Spotify link is the best place to hear this stunning track.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Aedie’s splendid lo-fi summer track ”Drive-In” is exactly what we needed

Aedie is an impressive indie musician from Los Angeles in the USA. He soothes our worries away with his new track called ”Drive-In”.

This young performer loves to surf, create music and enjoy life. Just the way that we should be living. From going on adventures on the mountains of Colorado, to the riding the glorious waves of Rhode Island, Aedie makes laid-back music for us to enjoy. We are all running to or from something and this is the anti-body of stress. I feel so mellow while listening to this song and I imagine swimming in the sea in a crystal clear ocean with a special soul.

Drive-In” is a summer-soaked road trip song that is perfect for that sparkling sunset with your lover close by. The track is all about chilling out and forgetting your worries. The energy is one of peace and how things will happen when they are supposed to and not to force things.

LA’s Aedie has such a soulful vibe and he shows us how life should be. Cruising around with his girlfriend and going on adventures, far way from the rat-race and doing things that makes them happy. ”Drive-In” is a beautiful song that is so welcome in the cage of 2020.

Stream this splendid summer scorcher on Spotify just in time to heal our battered souls.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


LA-based Dance Pop group Yep tell all with debut ”Breakup Sex”

The Los Angeles based indie-pop group Yep show us what they are made of with their debut song ”Breakup Sex”. The new band from the USA are in impressive form and this is an enjoyable song to make you think. They take us into their journey of this touchy subject that has it’s pros and cons.

This is a touching indie-pop release for 2020 that explores this sad love story. You are with someone and you always seem to be breaking up. Then you keep on getting back together and repeating this cycle. This can be fun but after a while you start to wonder if this is going to be the new normal. Is this going to be a familiar ride along this twisting road?

Breakup Sex” from Yep is a fun indie song that is very consistent with the chilled beat and the soothing vocals. With this being their debut there is no doubt that Yep are going to be on our radar with their catchy music.

Click here for the Soundcloud page to hear this new song.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


California producer Bobby Beatz makes us rise to new feats with ”Love”

The build shows us the way forth into this transcendent song for the ages. The air is crystal blue with rainbows just after the storm. The earth has washed away all the problems of the earth with one mighty storm. Our bodies are now fresh and ready to go. This is how I feel when I hear ”Love” from LA producer Bobby Beatz.

There is dub step is here with some house and EDM for sure. I love the energy of the track so much, I feel transfixed on each different level to the song. Vocals would of added a tempting twist to the proceedings but perhaps that is being saved for the remix.

Love” from Bobby Beatz is a fantastic track that just gets better and better with each extra sneaky listen. This brand new artist dazzles on the beats here and this is a wonderfully made song on wizard levels of pure skill that is wholesome. Check out the song below and let’s hope for more mixes of this lusty level soon from this fantastic upcoming producer.

Head through to Spotify now to listen on full volume.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Utah native Connor McCoy wants to stay young with folk-dripped ”Problem Children”

Currently staying in LA, Connor McCoy is an immensely talented singer-songwriter and producer. You can hear the quality in his voice and his guitar skills make my ears listen extra. This is good music with soul.

This song from late 2019 is all about how we want to stay young and not be old and boring. Being free is the best. Who wants to old anyway?

After a classical upbringing it’s no surprise that Connor can read and sing well. Really well. While in High School in Salt Lake City, Utah he then learnt how to play the piano. With new-age piano books lying around thanks to his Mom, he could fully immerse himself into music and really learn his passion.

I love the riff on here and the song is super upbeat. This is indie-folk at it’s finest with Connor’s strong voice that reminds me of Bon Iver. With some alt rock influences you can see why this artist is rising the ranks rather quickly.

The perky percussion on this single makes my foot tap with joy. A student of Music Production & Engineering program at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Connor McCoy is a name to watch in the US folk scene. You can just feel it. The cream rises to the top, no matter what.

Click here for more music from Connor and the fantastic new single via Spotify.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen