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Rebecca Blasband is Here

Written by on 19 November 2018

“Here we sit and have a conversation…” Rebecca Blasband serenades in the title track of her new album Here, and the very nature of the verse itself summarizes the tone of the record quite exquisitely. Here is a treasure chest of conversations that Blasband has with her audience, who have patiently waited for a release of this magnitude […]

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Feel the Rain by Severine

Written by on 16 November 2018

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/3bTofvPL4FA3R4jX29uoJ6?si=6XdO4FULQ-yeUKyKxjU_oA With a flurry of gilded piano notes to guide her, New York City-based pop singer Severine sings of an impossible kind of love in her song “Lose Myself,” one of the highlights from her new album Feel the Rain. She poetically croons to us that she wants to get lost in the abyss that […]

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The Chordaes’ new single “Venus”

Written by on 15 November 2018

The Chordaes’ new single “Venus” is an indulgent and atmospheric pop song in the style of post-rock, but don’t think for a minute that it observes any other set of ethics than the bold one championed by the New York based foursome thus far. Structured around a simplistic, ultra-trimmed down composition that dabbles in existentialism […]

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Bill Abernathy releases “Crossing Willow Creek

Written by on 15 November 2018

URL: https://www.billabernathy.com/ The opening bars of “Can’t Go Back,” the first track of Bill Abernathy’s new album Crossing Willow Creek, welcomes us into the Kansas City singer/songwriter’s soul with a warm embrace, washing us in rich tonality and country-style twang. A message of holding onto your memories whilst letting go of the past is imparted to […]

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The Danbees drop new EP The Veggie Tapes

Written by on 15 November 2018

YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PxO_7Dx-Lw&feature=youtu.be A white hot microcosm of chaos and discord washes over us in the opening bars of “Let’s Get It Right,” one of the prime pieces of sonic wonderment to be experienced in The Danbees’ latest EP The Veggie Tapes, and the only thing listeners can do to brace themselves for the impact of […]

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Norm Adams and Julia Robertson release Christmas Single

Written by on 15 November 2018

Norm Adams and Julia Robertson come together to deliver a brand new Christmas jam just in time for the holiday season in the form of their new collaborative single “My Kinda Christmas.” In an era where commercialism has run rampant through the once sanctified realm of seasonal music, Adams and Robertson break away from the […]

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Steve Bonham and the Long Road release new Single

Written by on 12 November 2018

URL: https://www.artisan-creative.com/ Steve Bonham and the Long Road are known for their intricately devised compositions, and the group’s latest single “The Girl With the Rattlesnake Heart” just might be their most stylish tour de force yet. A blues song wrapped in folkie harmonies, “The Girl With the Rattlesnake Heart” has all the hallmarks of a radio-ready […]

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A Thousand Sounds by Skyfactor

Written by on 12 November 2018

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/skyfactor/ Some bands are content to reuse the same blueprint for every record they produce. That’s all fine and dandy, but at the same time it simply doesn’t work for Skyfactor. Their new album A Thousand Sounds takes the swanky swagger of previous records like Signal Strength and puts it into overdrive, stretching out their enormous melodies and […]

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Molly Hanmer and the Midnight Tokers – Stuck in a Daydream

Written by on 10 November 2018

Molly Hanmer and The Midnight Tokers offer a lively, rich take on the Americana tradition with the release Stuck in a Daydream while avoiding any hints of imitation or filler. The dozen songs included on the release range from surprisingly punky minimalist arrangements into outright blues and singer/songwriter fare pared down to the essentials and […]

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