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“Listening to Madonna” by Joseph Eid

Written by on 24 June 2019

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/josepheid1?lang=en It’s a beautiful summer day, and Joseph Eid’s backyard is littered with friendly faces taking in the gorgeous weather with him. Eid sits in a lawn chair in the middle of it all, blue plastic cup in his hand, Hawaiian t-shirt draped across his back. The crisp chime of an acoustic guitar penetrates […]

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A Picture Made releases Heal (LP)

Written by on 24 June 2019

A Picture Made is one example of a Kansas and Missouri regional band that catapulted its live show success into road support for such bands as The Replacements (Minneapolis’ punk-alt rock pioneers) , The Call (Santa Cruz, Calif., rockers) and The Connells (Raleigh, N.C. ‘jangle pop’ rockers). Througout the 1980s, A Picture Made created a […]

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LaTresa & the Signal release new record

Written by on 21 June 2019

It isn’t easy to describe the haunting harmony that opens “Now I Am Redeemed,” one of LaTresa & the Signal’s most evocative and rousing tracks on their third official album, The Blood and the River. There are no drums. No guitar. No blustery bassline to frame this exquisite vocal melody. Voices, like those of some […]

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Holy Beach – All That Matters Is This Matter (LP)

Written by on 21 June 2019

  The six piece Holy Beach from Atlanta, Georgia is a side project of sorts for shoegaze band Sleep Therapy’s vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter John Lally, but the spectacular achievement he brings off with a band of like-minded musician friends may convince him to pursue this as something more than an one off. Let’s hope […]

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Integriti Reeves’ “Eu Vim Da Bahia”

Written by on 21 June 2019

Integriti Reeves’ “Eu Vim Da Bahia” has appeal overcoming any cultural or linguistic obstacles. Integriti Reeves’ “Eu Vim Da Bahia” has appeal overcoming any cultural or linguistic obstacles. It’s a cover of forty plus year old track first recorded by Gilberto Gil, but Reeves makes the track live again for modern audiences thanks to her […]

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California’s Wild Wing releases new LP

Written by on 21 June 2019

Some bands want to play the same music that the icons of their genre once did, only in present day. Others, California’s Wild Wing included, want to build on the blueprint that was set forth by those fabled legends, which is precisely what we hear in New Futures, a record that takes a couple of […]

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Exclusive Interview with The Sway

Written by on 20 June 2019

THE SWAY is a band breaking the humdrum Hollywood mold.  Their Dark Pop sound, powerful energy on stage and edgy yet sophisticated writing style puts them in a class all their own. We had the chance to learn more about their upcoming projects and new release. Read on… Tell us about the summer plans of […]

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Exclusive Interview with Kendall Rucks

Written by on 20 June 2019

Kendall Rucks is an artist rising to the top in the Pop world and beyond.  Having recently produced and starred in her upcoming new music video, Kendall is one busy artist.   We had the chance to learn more about her upcoming projects.  Read on… Kendall, tell us about your summer plans! Hi! Well I’m in […]

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Richard Lynch’s brand new album – Think I’ll Carry It On

Written by on 17 June 2019

Country has been enjoying a massive spike in talent from its independent underground lately, and among the more intriguing acts to catch my attention this year has been Richard Lynch, a blue-collar country singer whose music can’t help but evoke imagery that is endearingly American, through and through. Lynch’s brand new album, Think I’ll Carry […]

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Big Time Grain releases new Music

Written by on 13 June 2019

URL: https://www.bigtimegrain.com/music Big Time Grain Company’s latest single, the smooth-grooving “Sunday Morning,” sees the country duo taking a slight step away from the rock n’ roll tone of their EP 401k and embracing a brooding blues sound instead.  “Sunday Morning” presents listeners with a far more robust collection of swing beats and sterling melodies than […]

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