Thursday, June 22, 2017

Interview With Indiana Rapper - M7

Earlier this week, Muzique Magazine caught up with Indiana rap artist M7 for a brief interview. Here's what he had to say.

Muzquie Mag. Where are you from?
Richmond, Indiana

Muzquie Mag. How did you come by your stage name?
(M7ofATC is for search purposes since M7 is many things. My group Above The Clouds is the ATC) M7 is the short version, rather, equation to my full rap name Masta Mind Twisted Mista Murda 4 Hire. I came about that from being tired of having aliases. I said I'm bout to go Bushwick Bill on 'em. Twisted comes from my style. 

I've listened to a lot of the greatest. My style is a result of their influences. Mista Murda was a dark alter ego but basically means I kill shit musically. I was working on a business card for myself. Put Twisted Mista Murda 4 Hire to promote selling my services. I thought the name didn't sound

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Sound & Shape's new EP & Tour Announcement

After releasing their latest EP "Peasants", the rock band known as Sound & Shape gears up to hit the road on their upcoming "Peasants Tour", in support of the release. Set to begin July 20th, 2017 in Greenville,South Carolina, continuing on until the end of September, the band will be primarily touring the southern region and parts of the Midwest.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

7/20- Greenville,SC at Radio Room
7/21- Savannah,GA at The Wormhole

Monday, June 19, 2017

Interview With Country-Pop/Singer Songwriter - Eileen Carey

Last week we got the chance for country-pop sensation Eileen Carey to take a few minutes of her time to give us a brief interview. Here's what she had to tell us...

Muzique Mag. When did you start making music and taking it serious?
I played drums as a kid, did musical theater in my school, and in the community. I came to California to make films, and found myself an actress in a number of films being made here in Los Angeles, including a role in one of those famous Ray Charles Diet-Pepsi Super Bowl spots. Acting didn’t pay the bills though so I took a job with the Sheraton organization booking entertainment. After a while I realized that I could do better than the acts I was hiring, so I made a decision to take music seriously.

Muzique Mag. Do you feel that the industry needs more artist like yourself? Why?
Yes! In many genres women musicians are still not taken as seriously as the men. It is particularly

Monday, June 12, 2017

Wes Krave Releases Dynamic New Single, ‘Dream of Getting On’

Charles Wesley Lewis Jr., otherwise known by the stage moniker of Wes Krave, has released his latest studio endeavor. Entitled ‘Dream of Getting On,’ the rising independent hip hop artist’s newest single is a compelling look into his next album, ‘By The Code,’ due out early this summer. The new tune was produced by Fourtune Ave and is available now to stream and download on all major digital music platforms.

Krave’s sharp lyrical prowess culminates into what the songwriter refers to as ‘reality rap,’ or music that anyone can relate and vibe to. Krave fully realized the vision for his career in the music industry in 2009 and he soon released ‘Western Union - Fastest Way to Get Money Vol. 1,’ a mixtape that resulted in a partnership with one of the industry’s most prolific music video production companies, Jordan Towers.

“Being independent has given me the freedom to be myself and make music exactly the way I want to make it,” Krave muses.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Jerry Jean - "Do We Reach Home"

Jerry Jean’s 2017 full-length debut album, Do We Reach Home, explores the strains of modern living, human connection, and renewal. 

Cinematic and grand, Jerry weaves together haunting melodies and searching lyrics over live strings and a warm, piano-driven backdrop. Each song is a miniature think piece, and they collectively explore the search for home and belonging amidst the fragmentation of truth in the social media era. 

Top conservatory-trained NYC musicians from both the classical and rock worlds round out Jerry’s vocals and piano. Extensive layering techniques involving microphone and instrument swapping were utilized with 8 string players to