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“Emerging Pop Soul artist Meecah chats with Celeb Mix about her musical pedigree, biggest influences, and new single “Dream.”

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Meecah is a contemporary RnB artist who has just released her new single ‘Dream‘ which is taken from her new EP ‘New Moon Rising‘. The 21-year-old rising star has been singing since the age of 3 and has been heavily influenced by her father who was a founding member of the iconic American funk/soul group The Commodores.

Here we speak exclusively to Meecah about her dad’s influence, new music, future plans, and much, much more;

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Happy Halloween! Nashville blues rock group Year of October share their 3rd studio album Trouble Comes – check out the stream below!

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Rising Nashville band, Year of October, are releasing their forthcoming third studio LP Trouble Comes on Halloween. The title track sounds like a warning or a bad omen fitting for the holiday. The song has a gloomy vibe, along with fuzzy guitar sound and a melancholy melody.

Trouble Comes on Halloween is a blues-rock project performed by husband and wife, guitarist and singer duo, Josh and Phlecia Sullivan. Backed by a talented rhythm section, they have previously toured throughout Tennessee, Kentucky, and the South after releasing their last album, Golden Days.

Indie folk artist, Sierra Blanca, drops his new track, “Beds” via Groundsounds, ahead of his new EP, Honorable Mention, due out 11/10!


Nashville/El Paso based indie folk artist Jethro Gaglione, aka Sierra Blanca, is a self-taugh multi-instrumentalist, who began playing music as part of the worship group for his parents’ missionary team in Mexico. He’s gearing up to release a new EP Honorable Mention on November 10. We are excited to premiere his new track “Beds” today. The powerful song showcases beautiful vocals and confident songwriting. It’s the perfect way to start the week!

Gaglione on the song:

“Beds was one of the first songs I wrote purely on acoustic guitar when I decided to play more solo shows. It was sort of a personal challenge to myself, because there’s something special, yet challenging, about being able to approach a crowd with the simplicity of one person with one instrument instead of a whole band. For the EP, I eventually added more parts to it, but kept it decently simple straight forward. It talks about defeat, and how it plays an important part of the human experience.”








Nice ‘soundtrack’ feature just gone up on Imperfect Fifth for The Racer




After playing a few acoustic shows over the past week, we decided to put together an acoustic style playlist for everyone. We as a band have a pretty big range of artists we follow.  So there’s a little variety going on, but ultimately stripped down songs all kind of connect with each other regardless of the genre.  We enjoy when artists do a different take on their own original song, broken down to get a different feel.

We ourselves also enjoy doing this with our songs, because it’s just another way to be creative and give another angle to the emotions of a song. On this mini tour we just went on, we had to recreate our full band songs to fit on the acoustic stage and it was a great experience to hear what our songs are capable of. Hope you enjoy our playlist!

NYC-based indie pop songstress/producer, TRISTN, releases her remix of “Sky Wide Open” (from her debut, January and co-produced by John Secolo of The Pretty Reckless) via Floated Magazine.



We’re stoked to introduce you to TRISTN with this banger of a remix of her track “Sky Wide Open” off of her debut album “January”, which dropped this past September. Working alongside John Secolo (The Pretty Reckless), they make an even more upbeat, catchy as hell, happy-go-get-’em remix of the track. A NYC via LA transplant, TRISTN is making waves giving us an addictive mix of teenage angst, and the power to conquer our fears (on “January”) leaving us craving for more.