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We're thankful for indie music!

As we already begin to close in on the end of 2022, we can't help but reflect on how grateful we are to get to highlight the incredible music that gets sent our way each and every day. We would be nothing without our artists and we are thankful for each and every one of you! This month we enjoyed the sounds of captivating singer songwriters, expressive electronica, dynamic alt-rock, and plenty more. Enjoy and happy listening!

-The Ark of Music Team
(P.S., You can check out our past issues, HERE.)

The R Train – The Raven (single)

The R Train are classic rock revivalists - and they don't try to hide that fact! Based out of Brooklyn, the three-piece are a certified power trio and although they draw heavily from the deep pockets of the 60s/70s, the band inject a modern edge into [Click here to open...]


Alexandra Dorantes – Ni Contigo, Ni Sin Ti

Alexandra Dorantes showed prodigious musical talent from an early age. Before she was a teenager she had dedicated herself to singing and violin lessons, and her passion for music saw her dive into the worlds of mariachi, choir, opera, and orchestra. [Click here to open...]


Alex Genadinik – Michelangelo (single)

Alex Genadinik is a singer-songwriter who places a strong emphasis on classical lyricism. His style is a sort of cross between the poetry of Russian tunesmiths, Okudzhava and Vysotsky, and the roadworn storytelling of American icons like Cohen and [Click here to open...]


George Brandon & the Blue Unity Ensemble – Towards the Hill of Joy

Towards the Hill of Joy is a jazz album that was released back in 2011, but like a fine wine, it is an LP that has aged well. It was the debut outing for George Brandon, who also plays trombone on the record, as a band leader. Brandon arranged and [Click here to open...]


Mad Hugs – Mad Hugs

Mad Hugs is an alias of NY electronica producer Jeffrey Hull who has been releasing music under various monikers (Nostalgic Afterlife, Clear Sun, Hania Yiska) and as one half of both Mad Osc and JiBaH & Jpalm, for more than a decade. We featured [Click here to open...]


Zanilonia – Squirrel World (single)

David Zee began releasing music as Zanilonia back in 2015 after playing in groups and as a solo artist for years between Baltimore and New York. He had the vision to create a virtual ensemble, which, using 21st-century technology, would pull together [Click here to open...]


Instant Music List #51 – Frontier Station, The Housing Crisis, The Rollin’ Rust, ANIA

Below are a few songs & artists that recently caught our attention. Enjoy! This list includes: 1)  Frontier Station 2) The Housing Crisis 3) The Rollin' Rust 4) ANIA (Explore all of our Instant Music Lists by clicking, [Click here to open...]


TWOFEW – Feel (single)

We’ve had the pleasure of watching Phoenix band, TWOFEW, develop their brand of alt-rock for quite a while now. They’re are a bit of a family affair; with Michael and Danielle Lazar (husband and wife), and brother, David Lazar , making up the core of [Click here to open...]


Igor Lisul – Alive

Igor Lisul is far from your average guitar player. Not content to rehash six-string clichés, he endeavors to push the boundaries of his instrument. His latest EP, Alive, is a collection of six instrumental tracks that feature guitar as the melodic [Click here to open...]


Ricky Ferranti – Metamorfosi

Ricky Ferranti is one of those artists who has truly left no stone unturned. Music has been a lifelong study of passion for the Italian guitarist, and his career has seen him play with various bands, record music for film soundtracks, and give [Click here to open...]


Bongo Boy TV – Season 11 Episode 9

It’s that time again, folks. Bongo Boy Records presents to us the latest edition of their Bongo Boy TV series, which spotlights newly released music videos by up-and-coming artists. Airing their music videos on Channel 29 in Portland, OR and on more [Click here to open...]


The NEW Bardots – Corporation Businessman (single)

The NEW Bardots are a fresh ensemble but their fervent brand of rock’n’roll is proving that they are a band to be taken seriously. Its members carved out the NYC music scene as their stomping ground many years ago and have come back together to write [Click here to open...]


Quinn Essential – Poison Pen Letter

 We’ve had the pleasure of covering the two previous full-length releases by Boston-based rapper, Quinn Essential. He’s proven himself time and time again to be an extremely gifted lyricist. His raps exude self-confidence yet he avoids coming across [Click here to open...]


G Clef Fusion – In the Mood

We are well acquainted with G Clef Fusion’s wonderful keyboard compositions by now. Chuck Moyer has been releasing EPs prolifically as part of a series called Experiments and Explorations. We reviewed the last installment, You Heard Right, a few [Click here to open...]

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