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Ben Dowling
Ben Dowling
United States
Genre: soul, synth
Eric Selby
Eric Selby
United States
Genre: indie rock, power pop, alternative, blues
Raphaela Gilla
Raphaela Gilla
Germany
Genre: world, ambient, new age
Len Seligman
Len Seligman
United States
Genre: singer-songwriter
Lorenzo Mohr
Lorenzo Mohr
Italy
Genre: rock, psychadelic rock, blues rock, folk
Shelby Merchant
Shelby Merchant
United States
Genre: pop, folk, rock, country
Purple Tone Flower
Purple Tone Flower
Chile
Genre: rock, funk, pop
Amelias Dream
Amelias Dream
United States
Genre: indie
Influence: North American
Genre: soul, pop
Influence: West European
Genre: world, pop, indie
Influence: West European
Genre: inpsirational
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After an almost 10 year hiatus, Ricksha Radio has returned with their second single in the span of only a few months. With it’s rockstar synth and acoustic guitar riffs, Bob Dimick was able to channel an early 90’s vibe that’s been missing from today’s radio hits.

According to Dimick, “‘Magic Of The Moment’ is about knowing - when it is actually happening - that we are experiencing one of those beautiful, fleeting, magical moments in life that we will never forget. For no particular reason, we all look back on times and places that only lasted for an instant yet they are indelibly etched in our memories.” This song truly serves as a reminder to live in the moment.

“Magic of the Moment” is funky and fresh - yet there’s a comfortable familiarity about it (thanks electronic keyboard!). It’s upbeat and positive, and an excellent song to start your day to. We are excited about Ricksha Radio’s return to rock - and look forward to hearing more!

Stream "Magic Of The Moment":
https://open.spotify.com/track/09KlP5O7lEMjtk7O4TbkUG?si=dduauh4WToC3GpnCUtmrRg

Find Ricksha Radio online:
https://ricksharadio.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Ricksha-Radio-172169332827775
https://www.instagram.com/ricksharadio/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC45bh07leKiAnDAQLN955sw
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A perfect combination of the sweet vocals of Owl City, the acoustic trend of Taylor Swift’s “Red” album, and everyone’s favorite alt rock band, comes the newest addition to our November 2020 Playlist, “Take Time” by Miami based band, The Collective Bus. The band coined the name after the Argentinian double- decker bus, The Colectivo. Made up of Daniel Correa, Aldo X, and David Hadalgo, the band brings together that early 2010s soft rock/ alternative indie rock sound we all used to listen to on the beach, in the car with our parents, or on a bike ride with our iPod Nanos.

“Take Time” is the band’s latest single, relating to a gentle connectivity story, between two people, one begging the other to slow down, drop their walls and insecurities down, and face the connection between them. “I see you’ve been silently hurting, you could know that I feel the same.”

This song is a feeling of going through loneliness together. “Let us not play pretend, that we’re blind to this.” Daniel leaves the interpretation up to the listeners, about whether or not this track is a love story, or a story about two friends, going through the loneliness of life together.

We absolutely love the chill, California-esque vibe of this band, and can’t wait to hear more from The Collective Bus. As stated in their IG bio, the band is “professionally sad, manic, and stoic,” and aren’t we all?

Listen to "Take Time" here: https://open.spotify.com/track/3GxQeql35vsESYan1YTSc4?si=p59vXAp3ROeMS6H3hnCbsQ

Connect with The Collective Bus:
https://www.danielcorrea.com/
https://www.facebook.com/thecollectivebus/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCndyexrw_jbdmKDAzCdzl9g
https://www.instagram.com/collectivebus/
https://twitter.com/collectivebus more
This has been possibly the most anxiety-ridden week in American history, and music that really SEES what I’m going through is always the best painkiller. Luckily, we found the PERFECT song and video for Election week called “Over the Line”. It’s from an up-and-coming indie band in Charleston, SC called Honeypot (I’m not sure either).

Honeypot is basically Frank Hartman, a lawyer-by-day, guitarist-by-night who worships at the altars of Rush and Hendrix. Honeypot is also heavily influenced by prog and grunge legends like Tool, Audioslave, and Alice in Chains. What makes them unique is their unapologetic political commentary that’s ripe for the moment; clearly, they’re not afraid to “go there”.

The band had previously released one full-length album called “Suicide Letters” (on Spotify now), but they’re really coming into public view with their new project. “Over the Line” is the first single; its name comes from The Big Lebowski. Frank explains, “In The Big Lebowski, Walter is upset because no one gives a sh*t about the rules anymore. I’m upset because no one gives a sh*t about the rule of law, the Constitution, or the fragile democratic republic we so tenuously hold onto as a country. As I speak, people are voting. On the other side, who knows?”

Accompanying “Over the Line” is a searing music video consisting of spliced footage of police violence, Black Lives Matter protests, and other chaos that ensued in 2020. It shows that although Americans are strictly divided down the aisle right now, the differences between parties are ultimately an illusion, designed by a more powerful force to distract people. The song asks people to care for themselves and each other while not falling prey to the mind games. On-point advice, if you ask me. Can’t wait to hear more from these folks!

Listen to "Over The Line" here: https://open.spotify.com/track/3Rhd5FDrfpuniSUNV0wC1B?si=O1Hz2lcYTGGVIH2ItfknUA

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CINEafCsiIE

Connect with Honeypot:
https://honeypotband.com/
https://www.facebook.com/honeypotband1
https://instagram.com/honeypotband1
https://twitter.com/honeypotband1 more
We are particularly excited about this featured artist because of his cool, charismatic, and confident demeanor. Reigning from Boston, Munk Duane is a man of many talents, perfecting the craft of songwriting, song production, film composition, and MUCH more. Munk’s music comes from his many respected influences, like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and Prince just to name a few.

Munk is not a newbie to the music world, in fact he’s grown tremendously through the years, and that is extremely prevalent in his newest release, “Sweet Tooth”, that dropped on October 23rd. Not only is it fitting for the next holiday coming up, where we’ll all be indulging in our spookiest, sweet tooth.

Munk’s track begins with the smoothest intro, some easy claps, and some psychedelic vibes, before his smooth and catchy vocals come into the track. The song is sexy, haunting, and sweet all in one record.

“I get the feeling this will end bad.” This song plays with the flirty, dangerous feeling of chasing after something (or someone) you know you shouldn’t mess around with.

We absolutely love the R&B inspired, smooth jazzy type of vibe that Munk has created with this track, and we cannot wait to hear more from him.

Follow Munk On Socials:
https://twitter.com/munkduane
https://www.instagram.com/munkduane
https://www.facebook.com/munkduane
https://www.youtube.com/munkduane
https://soundcloud.com/munkduane more
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