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Drake Jensen – Talk Me Down

Written by on 29 April 2019

Drake Jensen’s new single “Talk Me Down” is the complete package. The song definitely stands on its own as a sterling example of what talented modern performers steeped in country music influences are capable of, but hits home even harder thanks to the superb video accompanying its release. The song is taken from Jensen’s latest […]

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Little Birds new single gHost

Written by on 26 April 2019

SPOTIFY: There’s been a lot of talk from critics about the Annapolis-founded, Charleston-stationed indie soul crew Little Bird recently, and when you listen to their brand new single “gHost,” it’s not at all hard to see why. “gHost,” the first of four tracks being cut this year from the band’s upcoming record Proxima, is a […]

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“Call Me, I Miss Ya!” by Victor Pedro

Written by on 18 April 2019

For the last couple of years, Victor Pedro has been making some of the coolest grooves in the international R&B underground, and this spring he’s releasing his most searing stuff to date in “Call Me, I Miss Ya!,” a powerful hip-hop ballad that espouses the emotionality of its composer better than anything else he’s ever […]

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Charlie Marie releases self-titled EP

Written by on 17 April 2019

An acoustic guitar is gently strummed to a feathery beat as we get lost in the hypnotizing vocal of Charlie Marie. She sings of broncos and blue jeans, dusty cowboys and the adrenaline that comes with riding a wild bull. Her passion is audible, her emotion undeniable. In “Rodeo,” one of five songs comprising her […]

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Project Grand Slam releases new LP

Written by on 16 April 2019

Project Grand Slam releases new LP 2019 has been turning out one hit after another in both the mainstream and the underground thus far, and Project Grand Slam is only the latest group to add another jewel to this banner year in pop. Robert Miller’s jazz/rock vehicle executes grooves of a grandiose quality in their […]

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Cleveland International Records proves Cleveland still rocks!  

Written by on 15 April 2019

URL: With over a dozen of the smartest old school tracks ever released by a single label making up its tracklist, Cleveland Rocks was built to rock your world, and it’s getting a second chance to steal the spotlight this spring courtesy of a long-awaited reissue from Cleveland International Records. After a decade-long hiatus, Steve Popovich […]

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doubleVee’s new record Songs for Birds and Bats

Written by on 12 April 2019

It starts off slow at first, but after a mere dozen seconds, it’s impossible to contain. The textures that adorn the opening bars of “Landlord of the Flies,” one of the staple songs on doubleVee’s new record Songs for Birds and Bats, are acrylic in stylization, physical in presentation, and rife with a tension-inducing tone […]

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Ajay Mathur – “Start Living Again”

Written by on 12 April 2019

Calling to mind the warmth of Beatle-esque 60s vibe with a steady procession of thought-provoking imagery, Ajay Mathur’s track “Start Living Again” is freshly coated with acoustic guitars, wisps of percussion and firmly positioned as a key track to his 2018 album, Little Boat. Mathur’s tethering of love and humanistic emotions are coupled with his […]

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Iowa’s Stars in Toledo present a diversely-appointed collection of music

Written by on 11 April 2019

FACEBOOK: Iowa’s Stars in Toledo present a diversely-appointed collection of hard rock rhythm and mighty melodic power balladry in their self-titled debut, which was released last April to a warm reception from fans and critics alike. Featuring heavy groove tracks like “A Peek Behind the Curtain,” “While We’re Waiting,” “Mavericks” and the stony “Get […]

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Travis Atreo teams up with Neko X James for the collaborative twosome

Written by on 9 April 2019

FACEBOOK: Travis Atreo teams up with Neko X James for the collaborative twosome’s new single “Automatic,” and describing the chemistry that they share in its three and a half minutes of pure sonic bliss as off the charts-level excellence almost doesn’t do it justice. We start off with a jazz-inspired swagger that suffocates us […]

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