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ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS: Oh Geeez, 5PM to Nowhere

Linneman’s hosted 5PM to Nowhere’s “Stoicism” EP release party on Saturday night, enlisting Oh Geeez as the opener. Oh Geeez comprises of vocalist-guitarists Sean McGibany and Jack Gilmond as well as Columbus, OH drummer Alex Dollenmayer. Formed last year from the ashes of the band Before Nitrogen, Oh Geeez play alternative pop inspired by cartoons. McGibany met Dollenmayer on Twitter

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AUDIO: 5PM to Nowhere – “Stoicism”

Alternative pop project 5PM to Nowhere released a new EP today. Jacob Webb embarks on a journey of self-expression and finding peace. He demonstrates a broad pop appeal, utilizing both piano-driven melodies and tranquil electronica. He tenaciously seeks growth through life’s noise, just as the record’s cover art demonstrates. Ditis and Cosmic Sleepovers contribute on “Rumination” and “Emerson,” respectively. 5PM

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AUDIO: 5PM to Nowhere FT. Cosmic Sleepovers – “Emerson”

Pop artist 5PM to Nowhere teamed up with Chicago-based collective Cosmic Sleepovers for his latest single. It’s a song about finding peace and serenity, opening with a hazy lo-fi interlude, and then making use of a jazzy bass line and atmospheric keyboards under Auto-tuned vocals. 5PM to Nowhere brings a delightfully tranquil mood with this one, and we look forward

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AUDIO: 5PM to Nowhere FT. Ditis – “Rumination”

Pop project 5PM to Nowhere’s latest track is the recent winner of the OnRecord Songwriting Competition. He teamed up with producer Ditis to deviate a bit from his piano rock-styled debut that came out a few weeks ago; this one is a wobbly, midtempo electronic craft. Jacob Webb sings about dwelling on failures and being forced to live with them.

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AUDIO: 5PM to Nowhere – “Isle of Man”

5PM to Nowhere is the indie pop project of Jacob Webb. He’s out with his debut EP today, and it’s an exceptionally-focused journey through self-discovery, love, and loss. Beginning with the warm and intimate “Renegade,” the record centers piano melodies adorned with percussion and enthusiastic tempo. Sometimes Webb feels lonely; sometimes he doesn’t. He puts us on the shore looking

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