Indie, Pop | Jon Bellion – Translations Through Speakers [Free Album]

Posted by on February 20, 2013

Translations Through Speakers

Visionary Music Group’s newest star, Jon Bellion, just released his highly anticipated free album, Translations Through Speakers. After dropping videos for Paper Planes, LIFE, The Wonder Years & Dead Man Walking we finally get the mp3’s along with 6 additional self-written & produced tracks by Jon himself. There is no doubt that he is a unique artist that is hard to compare with anyone else in the indie game right now. If you haven’t picked up on his music yet, you’ve been missing out. Check out the free album below and follow him on his social media outlets for continuous updates.


DOWNLOAD: Jon Bellion – Translations Through Speakers

Alternative | Adam Jensen – Head on a String EP

Posted by on January 29, 2013


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Every so often an artist comes along that needs to be paid attention to, regardless of their genre.  Boston-based singer/songwriter Adam Jensen, who has been feature on FNT before (HERE), is one of those artists.

His debut EP “Head on a String” showcases his phenomenal voice and ability to master so many sounds. All five (5) songs on the EP were written by Jensen, except “Lost Without You” which he co-wrote with Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20) and Nashville radio DJ, Dave Harris. “Lost Without You” was produced by Grammy Award nominee Aaron Johnson (The Fray). “Monsters” was produced by Barrett Yeretsian, best known for producing Christina Perri’s multi-platinum selling single “Jar of Hearts” and is absolutely on the same level.  Adam then teamed up to co-produce with the former Boston Music Award “Producer of the Year” winner, Benny Grotto, on “Cannonball” and “Redemption Man” and Boston-based producer Taylor Barefoot on “Dead Man Walking.”

The EP is now available on iTunes and is a must buy for any music fan. Talent is talent. Currently it is at #9 on the singer/songwriter charts and climbing.

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Indie, Pop | Jon Bellion – Dead Man Walking

Posted by on January 22, 2013

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If you’re looking for originality, look no further than Jon Bellion. Following up his previous releases of “Paper Planes” and “LIFE“, the Long Island native has some fun with his newest release, reciting a plot similar to an episode of “My Sisters Hot Friend”. Jon’s organic style is what really stuck out to me in this indie-acoustic jam, written, produced, and performed entirely by Jon himself. Although varying from his two previous releases, Jon once again has shown that necessary x-factor in each video thus far, creating a piece of art like nothing we’re accustomed to seeing. The upcoming project Translations Through Speakers is still slated for a release later this winter.