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Martin Sexton, “Livin’ The Life”

Sep 8, 2011 6:00 AM by Phil Tortoroli
Martin Sexton, “Livin’ The Life”

Next time you walk through a popular town square, note the faces of each busker performing. S/he might be the next Martin Sexton, a feel-good singer-songwriter who sold his first 20,000 albums solely from busking. Busking! Martin’s career is an inspiration for aspiring musicians worldwide, one that proves success can be reached with commitment and hard work. Grab a free mp3 from his latest album, Sugarcoating, after the jump.

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Matt Nathanson, “Faster”

Jul 14, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Matt Nathanson, “Faster”

San-Fran based singer/ songwriter Matt Nathanson has been playing shows for years in and around his hometown, building up a loyal fan base in the process.  Thanks to the platinum success of his 2007 single “Come On Get Higher,” he is no longer just a local sensation – a status he solidifies with “Faster,” the lead single off of his new album Modern Love.

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Vanessa Carlton, “Carousel”

Jul 12, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Vanessa Carlton, “Carousel”

Vanessa Carlton’s new album, Rabbits on the Run, is the most personal work of her career.  Like lead single and album opener “Carousel” shows, Carlton is retreating from the sweeping production that brought her fame in 2002 with her platinum single “A Thousand Miles,” opting instead for a simpler approach of just herself and a piano.

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R. Kelly, “Radio Message”

Jul 11, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
R. Kelly, “Radio Message”

R. Kelly has vowed to put real love songs back on the radio with his new album Love Letter. His new  single “Radio Message” does just that.

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Nick Cannon (feat. Akon), “Famous”

Jul 8, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Nick Cannon (feat. Akon), “Famous”

Fame is a fitting subject for a Nick Cannon song.  The guy has been in show business for most of his life.

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Freddie Gibbs, “Stripes (Run DMC)” feat. Young Jeezy

Jul 6, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Freddie Gibbs, “Stripes (Run DMC)” feat. Young Jeezy

Midwest gangsta rap poet laureate Freddie Gibbs is out to save hip hop. Counting 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G. and Bone Thugs N Harmony as major influences, ‘Gangsta Gibbs’ is carrying the gangsta rap torch into the new millennium. His new single “Stripes (Run DMC)” featuring like-minded artist Young Jeezy (aka The Snowman) is another great addition to his rapidly-growing catalog.

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The Decemberists, “Down By The Water”

Jun 28, 2011 6:00 AM by Kurt Wolff
The Decemberists, “Down By The Water”

Portland, Oregon band The Decemberists has been around for 11 years, which in indie-rock years is about 100. New album The King Is Dead is a masterful effort that takes their sound in an exciting new direction. For a taste of this new sound, download the single “Down By the Water.”

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Ronnie Dunn, “I Just Get Lonely”

Jun 21, 2011 6:00 AM by Staff
Ronnie Dunn, “I Just Get Lonely”

Singer Ronnie Dunn may be short one band member, but he’s still cranking out just as many hits. Dunn’s self-titled, first solo album has already hit number one on the Billboard Country chart.

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The Roots – "Dear God 2.0"

Jun 16, 2011 5:35 PM by Kurt Wolff
The Roots – "Dear God 2.0"

They didn’t need the plug, but The Roots‘ nightly gig with Jimmy Fallon definitely hasn’t hurt their fan base. Their latest masterpiece, How I Got Over, shows off some new collabos (Joanna Newsom) as well longtime friends (John Legend). The hipster-friendly “Dear God 2.0″ is the standout track, which features Jim James of My Morning Jacket and Monsters of Folk.

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Richard Youngs – “Tessellations”

Jun 16, 2011 4:48 PM by Kurt Wolff
Richard Youngs – “Tessellations”

If you don’t yet know the music of U.K. artist Richard Youngs, it may be hard to find a good reference point. He’s a singer-songwriter and accomplished guitarist, yes. And while he does write ‘songs,’ they definitely unfold at their own speed.

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