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Chris J Connolly at Great South Bay Music Fest
Chris J. Connolly will performing this year at The Great South Bay Music Festival. The line up for the Sunday show includes headliners Graham Nash, Railroad Earth, John Sebastian, and NRBQ
Ipanema Cosmonauts land in Chicago
Alice and Serge form the dream-pop, post-rock, nu-gaze, you-name-it duo from cold, cold Saransk, Russia. Formerly Ivy Lane, they are currently writing and recording material for their first full length album as Ipanema Cosmonauts, to be released in 2017.
Diversion Records adds Blume Hinges
Blume Hinges, the project name for Aaron Egeland's unique blend guitar textures, power hooks and experimentation, has been added to our artist roster. Their first single will be released in the fall of 2016 with a full-length album to follow.
Chris J Connolly Radio Appearances
In support of his latest release, Flying Lessons, Chris will be appearing on WEHM, WUSB and WRCN in December. Click below for live stream links.
“Million Colours” Featured on CMJ Mixtape
CMJ has picked Chris J Connolly's "Million Colours" as a featured new release for the February edition of the CMJ Mixtape.
Vissuda’s Hits #106 in FMQB Commercial Radio New Releases
"Twice" by Vissuda reached #106 in FMQB's top 200 tracks in the commercial radio.
UCLA Radio Reviews “On the Verge”
ULCA Radio reviews "On the Verge" calling it "an a emotional ride that is the perfect soundtrack for a long drive in the city.".
IMPOSE Reviews Vissuda
IMPOSE Magazine reviews the latest Vissuda release calling it "an album that hits on so many different levels, peaking and plummeting into moments of introspection and clarity".
PERFORMER Reviews Stella in the Clouds
"Combining the gentleness and the serenity of genial birdsongs, Exile On Earth imbues peacefulness with weathered-heart wisdom...From the breathy comfort of the opener, “Dark Lullaby,” to the abating chords and ocean waves of “Receding,” the record exhibits melodic finger-picking... lacy progressions and tasteful percussion with an innocence and personable aspect that feels as if you’re experiencing the songs first-hand."