Sydney Lauren’s Lyric Video for “Haunt Me”

Sydney Lauren is sharing with the our listeners her lyric video for her single “Haunt Me”.  This single has a driving bass beat that goes through out the whole song.  It takes an interesting twist during the chorus when the bass has a distorted sound to it, but then comes back to the main drive during the verse.  Sydney’s voice is nice and clear and is a pleasure to listen to.  During the verse another technique is used to give the single more depth and that is the use of bells that you hear in the background.  The single comes from Sydney’s Left in Motion EP that is available now and it gives the story of a person that is in a new relationship and is slowly seeing that you can’t let past bad relationships make you give up hope on a future one that might be good.  Here’s Sydney Lauren’s lyric video for “Haunt Me” through her YouTube channel – Richard:

Eileen Carey’s Music Video for “Good Bad Girl”

Eileen Carey let our listeners check out her single “Good Bad Girl” a while back.  Now she wants everyone to enjoy her music video for the single.  This is just a fun country single to listen to and the director of the video has fun with the concept of the song.  Love the stogie and the lead character walking through the house and Eileen and her band is there singing.  So have fun as you watch Eileen Carey’s music video for her single “Good Bad Girl” through her YouTube channel – Richard:

TJ Stafford’s Music Video for “Catch”

TJ Stafford is sharing with our listeners his music video for his single “Catch”.  TJ gives us a single that has a storytelling element to it and that carries over into the music video.  It might be a slower single, but it’s the story that will hold you with the way TJ sings.  TJ does have a softer voice that blends with the instrumentals easily.  Here’s TJ Stafford’s music video for “Catch” through his YouTube channel:

Jelly Ellington’s Music Video “Let Go”

Jelly Ellington is sharing with our listeners his music video for “Let Go”, featuring Philly G.  Jelly gives us a single that has some really nice guitar features and he actually begins the song with a guitar solo.  The rhythm is moody and kind of bluesy and along with the music video we take a stroll through the city as he sings.  Philly G. comes in half way through the single with a very well done feature.  This is one that definitely slows the pace down, but we need that every now and then.  Here’s Jelly Ellington’s “Let Go” music video featuring Philly G. through Jelly’s YouTube channel – Richard:

Zuli’s Music Video for “Kubadiver”

Zuli hits a wide range of emotions in their music video for their single “Kubadiver”.   The single starts out in a slow melodic pace reflective of ballad type songs for the late 1960’s.  Then at around the 1:20 mark the band picks up the pace and you shift into a faster almost bubblegum pop sound and in the video the band is eating cake.  It doesn’t stop there, because this single has a third act and Zuli goes into an even higher gear at around the 2:00 minute mark the video takes on a different tone and so does the single.  At this point of the video the band members get sick and everyone gets to know about it and the video has shifting strobe light effects, so be aware if you are watching this video.  Anyway it’s like the band is saying the bubblegum pop sound is to sugary and they are getting sick of it and they shift into a heavy metal sound.  Very interesting mix of genres and the three movements didn’t bother me and I enjoyed the single.  Here’s Zuli’s music video for “Kubadiver” through their YouTube channnel – Richard:

Town Meeting’s Latest Single “Geography”

It’s time for another Town Meeting.  This time Town Meeting is letting us enjoy their folk single “Geography” from their Geography Part 1 EP.  This is a nice clean folk single.  Sometimes simply is best and with “Geography” the group uses the acoustical sound to all it’s advantages.  I enjoy having the different types of music so you can take breaks and slow down and enjoy these traditions that music has sprung from.  Take some time to listen to “Geography”, through SoundCloud, and if you like what you here be sure to look up their EP from your digital vendor of choice.  I know I’m eager to hear more – Richard

Kylie Spence’s Debut Single “Lying Eyes”

Kylie Spence is sharing with our listeners her debut single “Lying Eyes”.  Kylie starts the single with a simple sound and then the instrumentals come in and her voice swells to a nice pop beat.  I love this fuller sound in the chorus.  Definitely interested in what she delivers on her EP.  Until then here’s Kylie Spence’s “Lying Eyes” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Emma Charleston’s Latest Music Video “Don’t Wait Up”

Emma Charleston has been very generous with us and our listeners.  She is sharing with everyone again her latest music video for her single “Don’t Wait Up” from her Enjoy the Ride EP.  This is a little slower song and has a beautiful string instrumentality.  At first the single sounds very simplistic with just the guitar and Emma’s voice, but very shortly into the single we get a great encompassing sound when the other strings and background singers come in.  The music video itself is a studio type video so you get to see all of the artists involved in making this single.  Very nicely done all the way around.  Here’s Emma Charleston’s music video “Don’t Wait Up” through her YouTube channel – Richard:

Kelsey Kerrigan’s Single “Driving Around”

Kelsey Kerrigan want’s everyone to take a listen to her single “Driving Around”.  This single has an upbeat driving beat that gets the listener interested from the start.  The style is kind of a pop infused folk sound.  This is one that you would throw into the car and as the title suggests just listen to as you’re driving around.  It’s one of those songs that gets your head to bobbing.  The ending will catch you by surprise, but as a whole I enjoyed it.  Here’s Kelsey Kerrigan’s single “Driving Around” through SoundCloud – Richard:

The Lavender Scare’s Single “Drag for a Queen”

The Lavender Scare is sharing with us their single “Drag for a Queen”.  The style of this single is very much in the tradition of what you might hear coming out of the theater or more specifically the cabaret.  With this being my only experience with the duos music I’m unsure if they will continue with this style or develop other sounds.  This is a very specific style, but The Lavender Scare hits it on the mark.  Here’s The Lavender Scare’s “Drag for A Queen” through SoundCloud – Richard: