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If you haven’t heard of Devonte Hynes, hears your chance to hear one of his most impressive songs. An acoustic rendition of his hit song “Bad Girls,” shows his staggering musical talent. 21 more words

Indie Music

Late June Playlist

While the crew at Dungeon Dwelling cooks up more meaningful content, enjoy this little appetizer. This is the late June playlist, or “Heatwave.” We cultivate mainly new music (give or take a few months) and mixed it with a few old ones to create a playlist you can listen to with the windows rolled down on a hot day. 121 more words

Indie Music

Dungeon Dwelling

This post represents the conception of a music blog that I have wanted to create for a long time. To begin with, each day, I will post some sort of musical content I find interesting. 44 more words

Indie Music

#TBT: Aaliyah Still Slays

The late Aaliyah was one of the princesses of r ‘n’ b in the late 90s and early 2000’s until she was tragically killed in a plane crash.  17 more words

Terence Trent D'Arby - To Know Someone Deeply Is To Know Someone Softly (1989)

Terence Trent D’Arby was, if you remember the mid to late 1980s, considered by many critics to be the greatest soul singing sensation in a long time, the next great hope for soul music, successor to the greatest soul vocalists like Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson, and the most exciting new black artist to appear since Prince at the end of the 1970s. 1,316 more words

Prince - Sign O' The Times (1987)

Everybody has to make their definitive “state of the world” style statement at some point in their lives, where they attempt to deal with the big, complex issues that seem to dominate society. 1,524 more words

Rhiannon Giddens – Freedom Highway - Review

I am admittedly a sucker for female singers. Dusty Springfield, Adele, Annie Haslam, Laura Nyro, Sara Bareilles, Linda Ronstadt, Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Annie Lenox, are just a few of the female voices that I can listen to all day. 387 more words