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Jul 18, 2019

There's a fluidity in the voice of Theo Bleckmann that allows him to swing between various musical genres without forsaking his uniqueness in his original compositions or on interpretations.
Theo’s talent shines whether he's subverting jazz on his 2017 Elegy release, creating new color's with Kate Bush’s music on...


Jul 8, 2019

When you listen to the first Color Collage album, Pieced Together, it sounds so good you can’t help but think, This can’t get any better! Initially the solo project of Shane Conerty, the Brooklyn- based singer/songwriter decided to turn Color Collage into a full-band and proved that the debut was merely a...


Jul 3, 2019

Forget triple-threat, anyone can do that, Leo Manzari is some kind of multi-threat. Tap dancer. Rapper. Singer. Actor. And who knows what else he has up his sleeve. Since he was two-years- old and started dance lessons, the D.C.-native has carved out a fantastic path filled with highlights that include...


Jun 26, 2019

It might have taken singer-songwriter Savannah Lancaster ten years to finally realize her career in music, but the wait was worth it. Last year’s debut, Letters, was released in the winter, but Savannah’s evocative vocals against a backdrop of elegant jazz, soul, pop (or whatever she touches!) are perfect for any...


Jun 20, 2019

It's the return of the Bright Smoke. When we last heard from the Brooklyn duo, Terrible Towns, their sophomore full-length, had just been released. Four years later, Mia Wilson and Quincy Ledbetter storm back with the forthcoming Gross National Happiness (July 5). It's a little harder and in response to our current...