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Walk in Love/Qué Alegría Qué Gozo with John De Freitas

Written by on 27 August 2018

Walk in Love/Qué Alegría Qué Gozo with John De Freitas I-TUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/john-de-freitas/1326275581 With over two thousand years’ worth of songwriters to stack up against, to say it isn’t easy to make a fun, original Gospel album might just be the understatement of the millennium. But nevertheless, Aruban born composer John De Freitas has managed to […]

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Darren Jessee – The Jane Room 217

Written by on 24 August 2018

Darren Jessee – The Jane Room 217 URL: https://darrenjessee.com/ Despite the bare bones sound of Darren Jessee’s The Jane Room 217, this is an album requiring multiple plays before you can hope to fully digest it. The opening number “Anything You Need” is one of the release’s more conventional numbers and exposes the sensitive terrain […]

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Water and Man release new LP

Written by on 24 August 2018

Water and Man release new LP URL: https://www.waterandman.com/ As far as pop music is concerned, 2018 has brought with it a surprisingly strong showing for postmodern, almost psychedelic-tinged bands. Out of the plethora of talent within this new movement that I myself have had the pleasure of discovering this year, no act stands out more […]

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Streaking in Tongues release new music

Written by on 21 August 2018

Streaking in Tongues release new music URL: http://www.streakingintongues.com/ Music has the very unique and special power of being able to inspire us, any of us, to change our view of the world around us just through its artistic prose. A song doesn’t even have to contain lyrics to promote a shift in our emotional outlook, […]

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NIK:11 releases 4Play

Written by on 21 August 2018

NIK:11 releases 4Play INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/djnik11/ Techno was once a subgenre of pop music that, much like the psychedelia of 1960’s rock music, was almost exclusively associated with one type of listener and one type of listener alone: partiers. Now in 2018, that narrative has changed markedly, as electronica has evolved into what is undoubtedly the […]

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Miles Maxwell – Red Ghost 

Written by on 17 August 2018

Miles Maxwell – Red Ghost  BANDCAMP: https://milesmaxwell.bandcamp.com/releases I listen to a lot of different kinds of records in this line of work. For the most part, 2018 hasn’t been a very exciting year for any genre over another; in fact, it’s been almost universally boring output from all of the established acts in pop. I […]

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Willie J is back!!!

Written by on 15 August 2018

Willie J is back!!! URL: http://www.williejmission.com/ A haunting piano. A whisper of a verse, delivered to us as an ethereal, almost gospel like melody. The opening lyric “I’m living with my ups and downs, smiles and frowns,” strikes like thunder in the night sky, instantly taking us to the epicenter of Willie J’s fight to […]

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Naurea – New Zombie Generation

Written by on 14 August 2018

Naurea – New Zombie Generation BANDCAMP: https://naurea1.bandcamp.com/album/new-zombie-generation New Zombie Generation is the latest release from Naurea, Abel Oliva Menendez’s longstanding metal/industrial rock project, and sets some sort of infamous record as a release showing no discernible artistic growth so long after a project’s initial release. Menendez, a Cuban born would-be musician now residing in Switzerland, has […]

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AV Super Sunshine releases Time Bomb Remixes

Written by on 14 August 2018

AV Super Sunshine releases Time Bomb Remixes URL: https://www.avsupersunshine.com/ You don’t have to be an expert on indie buzz to know that the name AV Super Sunshine is being thrown around an awful lot by some pretty big names in the music world, and despite the fact that I rarely, if ever, endorse intensely hyped […]

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Randy Forte – Chas Randall 

Written by on 14 August 2018

Randy Forte – Chas Randall SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/randyforte/sets/chas-randall The presence of country music on Chas Randall isn’t profound but, when Forte turns his attention in that direction, the results are uniformly successful. “Six Beers Away (From Crying Over You)” has some traditional country qualities, particularly the steel guitar, but Forte avoids any of the style’s pitfalls or standard […]

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