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Q: Why the name Plush Mush

A very special person that I love gave me that name, so I went with it.

Q: How is the process of your music production?

The process is a bit weird to some but for me its as organized as it can be, I pretty much do a base for all the tracks and go over them all as I start to mix them up and sometimes come up with 20 different songs, the hardest part? Deciding which ones to keep haha.

Q: Corrupted Data is the first track of your debut album, tell us about that song.

Corrupted Data is like a vessel to a “fantasy futuristic world” full of neon lights and complete lack of care for the problems around, that is why it’s called Corrupted Data because you’re corrupting the systematic thinking of the world and entering a new one for you to feel “ok” at best. …


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Q) Please introduce yourself to the readers and how you first got into this field of work –and who were some of your influences growing up?

I am the Lead Singer/Songwriter for Hybrid Blues, Roy Hudson and the band are Mike Everard (Lead Guitar) Adam Pendred (Bass), and now Grant MacCracken who has replaced Mark Shaumann (Drums).

I learned how to read music and played lead trumpet for Tauranga Boys College, Aotearoa (New Zealand) but didn’t start writing originals until my late 30’s while teaching myself how to play guitar soon learned I got bored quickly with playing covers and started writing my own songs.

Influences growing up Mr. Billy Joel, David Gates, and Bread, Quincy Jones, Eagles the list goes on…..

Q) What kind of training have you had, if any?

Self-taught, listening to endless hours of different genres of music, and of course using music/writing more as self-therapy than the purpose of becoming famous, etc. …


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Q: Please introduce yourself to the readers and how you first got into this field of work and who were some of your influences growing up?

I’m Kabir McNeely. I got into music after I started acting and producing films. I discovered that I could create music for my films. I love creating artistic opportunities for myself so I jumped at it. Of course, I’m an actor and filmmaker first. But I’ve begun to love making music.

Q: What kind of training have you had, if any?

I haven’t been trained in music other than elementary and middle school music classes. I have done private voice lessons for a few years.

Q: What has been your favourite project to work on so far?

My favorite song that I’ve done is “Party Time”. …


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Diosa Art from a small town Edenton NC, growing up I started off writing poetry at the age of 9yrs, Instruments became a big influence on my rhythm and flow, watching my grandfather and my father play the guitar I was able to learn my sound and create my flow, through writing and recording I found my peace and my identity, I knew it was true love and passion for me, Growing up in Edenton, my Twin (Real Artizt) and I shared the stage created a bond in music…

Performed at tons of local talent shows, school events passing out CDs, traveling different cities, Networking with producers in VA, open up for Artists Jadakiss, Rico Barrino, Pastor Troy,…some of my biggest inspirations coming up was King Keiwanee Jay z, Lauryn Hill, Michael Jackson, and a few…


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If you enjoy the work of influential artists, the likes of The Menahan Street Band, Peter Tosh, The Specials, Matisyahu, Bob Marley, Scientist, or Big Mean Sound Machine, this new release will certainly be one to add to your heavy rotation! You are certainly going to be able to connect with TRIBAL SEEDS’ amazing attitude and intuitive songwriting.

Some artists seem to pigeonhole themselves in a single category, but in this case, TRIBAL SEEDS managed to really bring home a diverse and forward-thinking sound that has a very distinctive spirit. From conception to fruition, this release really hits the mark, and it certainly highlights the band’s exciting identity. …


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J.T. Hiskey is a rapper who perfected a rather distinctive sound, combining different styles into something that could be considered a one-of-a-kind approach. The Salt Lake City artist is only 23, but he’s already been enjoying a massive following. Recently, he teamed up with the legend himself Lil B (AKA The Based God) in order to release a new killer song: Help The World.


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Q: Please introduce yourself to the readers and how you first got into this field of work –and who were some of your influences growing up?

My name is Ty Bru, which is simply my real named shorted into two syllables. I’m an Asheboro, North Carolina native, I’ve lived in China for a total of 5 years and toured Europe back in 2005. I started in the music scene back in 1999 at college parties in Boone North Carolina and after a few years of that co-founded a hip hop group called Scan-Fam with a handful of other like minded individuals (which I still talk with to this day, a couple on a very regular basis) from all around the state, we dropped three albums within a few years but didn’t really take a full professional approach to my personal career until my debut solo album in 2007, ‘On The Brink’
Growing up my influences varied, Biz Markie and Slick Rick were a few of my first influences, followed by Onyx, Wu Tang Clan, Sadat X/Brand Nubian, and of course The Notorious B.I.G. those all kind of helped me find a love for hip hop, but since music is ever evolving my influences expanded much further as I got older. …


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Margarita Shamrakov is a Ukrainian-American citizen with a heart as big as her legacy. Her story is one of toil and triumph. Having come from a difficult and abusive childhood, Margarita has learned what it means to cultivate a lifestyle of positive well-being centered around mental health. Through decades of hard-fought experience, her story pours out through her words and her music, hoping to give inspiration to people who want to change their lives for the better.

100 Things to Change Life, at its very essence, speaks to those who are struggling to find their place in the world, just as Margarita had to in her formative years. As a Jewish refugee alone in the United States, Margarita discerned valuable life-lessons in self-reliance and overcoming crippling depression. …


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Building a good Radio and Charting History, The Canadian young Independent music artist and Award-Winning actor David Raynolds appreciation continues more and more internationally. Many of his songs such as “This is The End” (Hollywood Music in Media Awards NOMINEE), “Nuclear, “Ionize”, “Generator”, “Over and Out” were rotated worldwide by many radio stations and DJs and were respectfully charted in The US National DRT and The Euro Indie Charts, as well as in many DJ pools and platforms including “Music Worx”, and still going stronger and stronger!

In the film and TV Series Industry, David worked with Helena Bonham Carter in “The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet”, “Falling Skies”(Fox), “Wayward Pines”(Fox), “Travelers”(Netflix), and “Legends of Tomorrow”(CW). The most recent project is Netflix’s The Babysitters Club. And as a highly sought-after voice actor, his talents have been featured in renowned series such as “Lego Ninjago”(CN) and “Ready! Jet Go”(PBS). A variety of high profile companies also utilized his skills in their advertisements. …


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Komyoun Music Upcoming Music “The Process” Will release at 20th October 2020.

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