Tag Archive: Richard Brookman Jr.

Apr 14

Justin Lacy’s New Single “Sealed”

Justin Lacy is sharing with our listeners his new single “Sealed” off his second album entitled Control Burn.  Justin has the folk feel down and I love the bass beat he has going through the single which is interspersed with a light sound that he pulls off with an acoustic guitar.  Justin has one of …

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Apr 12

Ep 10 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Hinges”

Ep 10 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Hinges” The ComicPop Crew takes a strange turn into a toy marionette world.  We aren’t the only newcomers through.  Orio and Bauble are new to this world as well.  We join them to discover what this world is and that Orio and Bauble’s role in it will be.  Join …

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Apr 12

Psychocide’s Music Video for “Mr. Suit”

Psychocide is slamming it with their hard rock/psychedelic style.  The group’s album, Alcohol & Bad Decisions, is available now that you can find at your digital vendor of choice.  Psychocide is sharing with us their music video for their single “Mr. Suit” which takes on the adage of what goes around comes around.  I am …

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Apr 12

200 Years of Harper Collins Publishing

Harper Collins Publishers has a video up on their YouTube channel celebrating 200 years of publishing.  If you are a bibliophile then you have probably purchased a Harper Collins publication.  In the video see if you have read any of the titles, I know I have!  The short montage is set to a catchy tune …

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Apr 12

Narrow Waves’ Single “Hear Me Out”

Narrow Waves wants you to catch their wave with their single “Hear Me Out”.  This single takes the folk sound and makes it hyper with a fast moving fun beat.  This is one where, for me, the instrumentals take the lead getting the listener pulled into the song and then you take in the lyrics.  …

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Apr 11

J. Ven’s Single “Barely Alive”

J. Ven is giving the ComicPop listeners a chance to check out his single “Barely Alive”.  This single has a great pop/R&B feel to it that just draws the listener in from the beginning of the song.  J. Ven does have a softer voice so he will have to be wary of the instrumentals occasionally …

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Apr 11

Emma Charleston’s “Wonderland”

Emma Charleston is back and sharing with us her latest single “Wonderland”.  Emma gives us a folksy ballad that fits her strong clear voice.  With her second folk single out this seems to be the genre of choice for her, but as with any artist they will have fun with other genres as well.  As …

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Apr 07

Ep 73 ComicPop Visits with Author Ryan Uytdewilligen

Ep 73 ComicPop Visits with Author Ryan Uytdewilligen The ComicPop Crew get to have fun discussing coming-of-age movies with Ryan Uytedewilligen, the actual author of The 101 Most Influential Coming of Age Movies reference book.  The Crew mentions some of their favorites, which weren’t on Ryan’s list.  What did he thank of them?  Were there …

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Apr 06

Lostboycrow’s Music Video for “Verona”

Get your Romeo and Juliet fix here with Lostboycrow’s latest music video “Verona”.  Lostboycrow stays in the pop club scene type of vibe with his single “Verona”.  Everything meshes fairly well, but when he blends in with the instrumentals, during the single’s chorus, he goes into his falsetto voice and having a softer voice it …

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Apr 06

23rd Hour’s Shares “Hypothetically” Music Video

23rd Hour is made up of the duo Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini and they are sharing with us their music video “Hypothetically”.  The single itself is a cross between lounge room and western elements.  Sherry-Lynn has this powerful voice that comes in and the two mix it well with George’s softer lower voice and …

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