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New Album by Shane Smith & the Saints’ “Hail Mary”

Written by on 8 July 2019

URL: http://www.shanesmithmusic.com/ An acoustic guitar lays down a menacing mood at the onset of “Parliament Smoke,” one of the eleven songs comprising Shane Smith & the Saints’ Hail Mary, currently out now via Geronimo West Records everywhere that independent music is sold and streamed. Soon we’ll encounter a galloping percussive groove and a darkly evocative […]

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The Teledynes’ release debut EP

Written by on 5 July 2019

“Midnight Ramblin’ Blues,” one of the ten songs comprising The Teledynes’ debut EP, titled simply enough The Teledynes, comes swinging out of the gate with a swagger that is a bit of a signature element in this talented band’s rockabilly sound. Much like the rebellious “Crazy Train” and “Ain’t Going Back,” “Midnight Ramblin’ Blues” shows off […]

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Caracol release “Flooded Field” Single/Video

Written by on 3 July 2019

Caracol’s single “Flooded Field” from her 2018 album release Symbolism is the latest addition to a discography stretching back a decade that sets her apart as one of the most compelling musical stylists working today. She has enjoyed considerable success in Canada, including garnering a number of awards, but her reach extends far past any geographic borders […]

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“Love & Disaster” by the Satellītes

Written by on 3 July 2019

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/satellitesofmontreal/ With a swaggering swing, an effervescent melody comes creeping out of the darkness as we find ourselves at the onset of “Love & Disaster,” the latest single from Jasmine Bleile’s solo vehicle, and though the pulsating percussion sounds a little suffocated by the heavy bass tones in the foreground, there’s nothing strong enough […]

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Jacques Gaines – Something Wrong With Me

Written by on 2 July 2019

URL: http://jacquesgaines.com/ Jacques Gaines’ return to writing and recording albums after a multi-year layoff is coming off quite well if his new single “Something Wrong with Me” is a reliable guide. The track is included on his latest full length release entitled Volume Won and illustrates his exponential growth as both a songwriter and human being since […]

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Southern Darkness’s new single “Killbilly”

Written by on 2 July 2019

The country guitar twanging and heavy metal inclinations of Saddle Of Southern Darkness’s new single “Killbilly” are nothing new to a band that specializes in bringing the likeness of both together in equal parts to begin with, but if you’re not familiar with them it’s as good a place as any to start. Saddle Of […]

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Jennifer Truesdale – Through the Circle (LP)

Written by on 27 June 2019

Anyone who hears Jennifer Truesdale’s Through the Circle will finish 2019 as one of the year’s most rewarding releases. I loved this album the first time I heard it from beginning to end; Truesdale covers a variety of styles over Through the Circle’s while bringing a strong sense of self to these traditions that saves them from sounding […]

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AV Super Sunshine “Are You Happy (Radio Mix)”

Written by on 26 June 2019

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AVSuperSun/ A foggy pier, a stop motion Lego-style grand prix, the gorgeous greens of a gold course, an open stretch of highway; these eclectic visuals comprise the landscape for which AV Super Sunshine will deliver unto us his all-new music video for “Are You Happy (Radio Mix),” one of his new record Candyland, Vol. […]

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Mariela’s Darkness in the Garden

Written by on 26 June 2019

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mariela.band An angst-ridden cry of an electric guitar is ready to come swinging out of the silence in “Shatter the Glass.” Graceful grooves make love with a vibrant lead vocal and the boldly stylish bass that shadows its every word in “The Funeral.” “Going Away” sparkles like distant car headlights on a dark highway, […]

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The Stifftones  releases new Single

Written by on 25 June 2019

Slender but buoyant and mixed with a healthy amount of low-end tonality, the acoustic guitar that we find in the opening bars of The Stifftones’ “Midwestern Town” is splendidly organic in its earthy, melodic emissions, which isn’t something that can be said for most of the string play I’ve been reviewing in 2019. The Stifftones […]

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