Harrison Storm on “Breathe Again” & Finding Trust in his Artistic Intuition

Australian singer/songwriter Harrison Storm’s music captures a sense of presence with whatever emotion the artist is moving through in his creative life. A sound the artist explains stands out because of the very human and emotional nature of his music. Something he feels are intrinsically very real and relatable. We caught up with the artistContinue reading “Harrison Storm on “Breathe Again” & Finding Trust in his Artistic Intuition”

Hedara on “Sad Girl Syndrome” and Overcoming Bullying

Hedara has been singing as long as she can remember. She grew up with grandparents who really pushed her love of music. Growing up listening to all types of different genre, ranging from classical to rock, crooners to r’n’b, Hedara started taking her singing seriously around the age of 12. Having embraced every music classContinue reading “Hedara on “Sad Girl Syndrome” and Overcoming Bullying”

Mike Mago on “Recognise” and Learning from the Past to Mould his Future!

For a long time, Mike Mago paid a lot of attention to people’s opinions. Especially from those within the music industry. Something, that on starting out would seem pretty natural to do as you seek to create your own unique sound. Mago points out there were a couple of things he learned from this. People,Continue reading “Mike Mago on “Recognise” and Learning from the Past to Mould his Future!”

Episode 16: Canadian Actress Louriza Tronco: Her Journey and Looking to the Future!

We caught up with Louriza Tronco, who stars in the new season of Netflix’s The Order as Jake Manley’s love interest. The second season’s out now, and Netflix has already ordered a third season with plans to begin filming this year. Louriza is a graduate of the prestigious Canadian College of Performing Arts. As the daughterContinue reading “Episode 16: Canadian Actress Louriza Tronco: Her Journey and Looking to the Future!”

Robert Grace on “Fake Fine”, and the highs and lows of Mental Health!

“I was trying my best to pretend that everything was ok though and that’s when I began to write this song.” Robert Grace explains how for generations his family would have been considered very musical. It is only natural for the artist that he feels like he was born into the music industry, humorously pointingContinue reading “Robert Grace on “Fake Fine”, and the highs and lows of Mental Health!”