Lauren Marsh Has Come A Long Way

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Lauren Marsh has the sweetest voice and these honest lyrics that really standout. Se started playing in coffee shops along the Jersey Shore and she got the opportunity to open for the legendary Don McLean. Her song “Take Me With You (When You Go)” was inspired by road trips with friends and it’ll make you want to hit the road …

bulow Is Unstoppable

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bulow is unstoppable, her song “Not A Love Song” was placed on literally every major Spotify playlist. Her songs are catchy, relatable and unique. She’s truly the future of pop music. We talked to her about her new EP, Damaged Vol. 2 and her current inspirations. How did you get started in music? B: I’ve always been singing. It got …

Meet Liv Keegan: Your New Favorite Pop Queen

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Liv Keegan is probably known for her roles on various television shows, but if you haven’t been paying attention, she’s also a crazy talented singer. On top of being nominated for an Emmy, she’s already released a single, “Queen is a King” and now she’s dropping “Just My Type.” Her sultry voice mixed with the pop synths is sure to pull you in. We got to talk to Liv about what she’s been up to and we’re anxious for more music!

Nina Nesbitt’s The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change

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Nina Nesbitt is my current girl crush. She is constantly putting out amazing music and so far each single she’s dropped this year has ended up on a playlist. Her latest, “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change” is no different. This song is slow, melodic and kind of gives you a hopeful feeling. I guess you could probably have figured out that from the song title. Either way, this song deserves a spot on your summer playlist.

The Night Game Was Worth The Wait

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The pop-punk band Boys Like Girls was the soundtrack to my teenage years and was the beginning of my love affair with Martin Johnson. Fast forward to about this time last year and I received a new song recommendation from a friend. Immediately I knew the familiar. Martin Johnson’s latest band, The Night Game, provided my life with the 80s pop soundtrack I never knew I needed.