Samuel Pratt

Welcome Shyllon! So great to chat with you today. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in the entertainment industry?  Hey there and thank you for taking the time to chat with me today! So I always introduce myself to people as “Shyllon like Nylon,” as it helps people learn how
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When was the last time you were truly overwhelmed with joy?  Earlier today when I was getting to walk outside with a friend and truly be present.  I enjoy the sun, and meditation.  Meditation allows me to live in bliss : )  Who brings you the most joy when you hear good feedback on your
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After several years of experimental flirtations with the classic rock and singer/songwriter models, Rob Alexander is back in business for 2021 with what is inarguably his magnum opus, Dream Out Loud. Dance-centric and driven by songs like the groove-packed “Instant Sex,” the rolling “Love Will Find You” and exotically erotic “La Flambeau,” there is no getting
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In today’s fast-paced world, the most provocative individuals among us tend to be the multi-hyphenates, and in the case of author-motivator-model-entrepreneur-actress (and proud New Yorker) Sharon “Champagne” Terry, covering all the bases has never been optional. Champagne’s most recent work, a pair of urban fiction releases in The Goddess of Lust, Love & Infatuation Part 1 and Blissful
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“Liar liar, who you think you’re hiding from? / Liar liar, there’s nowhere for you to run,” we’re told in the opening lines of “Liar Liar,” the first track in Lace’s new record Liar’s Notebook, currently out everywhere quality indie music is sold and streamed this fall. While songs like this one are lyrical gems in
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Between quarantines and a socially transformative culture that moves at a pace unlike any other in the history of mankind, there’s nothing predictable about 2020 or the entertainment it’s produced thus far – that said, enter Warbler BC, whose debut album One might be one of the only records I’ve listened to lately to properly develop the
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Industry without inspiration never leaves a lasting impact. Hard work and discipline often produce a reliable product but, without the spark of love behind its creation, posterity will take a dim view of its ultimate worth. Ten years ago, worldwide charting singer/songwriter, musician, and producer Stephen Wrench launched Musik and Film, LLC, henceforth referred to
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As a tribute to Phil Collins, superstar, recording artist Rocky Kramer has just released “Mama.” Just as with Rocky’s other covers, (Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd, The Show Must Go On by Queen, and a host of others), he’s right on the money. Kramer originally from Norway, is a heavy metal master of disguises with
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There are few music scenes in the American underground that are as iconic nor as recognizable as Seattle’s, and while the Emerald City has been falling short of the success that its west coast counterparts have been enjoying lately, it’s presenting audiences with quite the interesting new sound in Pretty Awkward’s “Misfits” this August. Not
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“You don’t wanna be caught unaware / You don’t wanna be lost where else / And you don’t wanna be blinded by the night / Letting the world steal your sight” croons a heavenly lead vocal from behind a whispering acoustic guitar in the opening lines of the single “Rapture” from Lavendine. The words here
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Streaking in Tongues have been steadily building up quite the reputation in the American underground over the last few years, and if you give their latest LP Live from Lockdown a listen over the late summer season, I think you’re going to understand why. In thirteen of their best songs, Streaking in Tongues explore the depth of
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Virgin albums are never easy to start nor finish, but when listening to the new record Through out These Years by Daniel Tortoledo, the entire process sounds rather simple and seamless. In songs like “You Can’t Have It All,” Daniel Tortoledo eases into his lyrics with a relaxed attitude that only grows stronger as he straddles the
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Paul Mark and the Van Dorens’ Gravity is the third album in a trilogy that began with January’s Smartest Man in the Room. The second album Stowaways came out in April of that year and this album of eleven original compositions brings a curtain down on this extraordinary burst of creativity with imagination and tremendous dramatic value. Mark’s songwriting has
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