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Brooke Moriber – Fire

Written by on 6 April 2016

Brooke Moriber – Fire URL: Look past the pretty face. It isn’t hard to stare at Brooke Moriber’s press photos and not be entranced by such a devastatingly beautiful lady. However, if you stop there and look no further, the first single from her debut album might shock your ears. “Fire” is premium pop, […]

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Menimals – s/t

Written by on 5 April 2016

Menimals – s/t SOUNDCLOUD: Few bands in the Menimals’ admittedly small company have the good sense to balance their artier inclinations with still producing comprehensible work. It behooves any musician looking to sell their hard work that they offer a little of the sweet with the sour because, typically, most listeners don’t crave aural […]

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Vicky Emerson – Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down

Written by on 1 April 2016

Vicky Emerson – Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down URL: Vicky Emerson’s reputation in the Americana scene will be higher than ever before on the heels of her new album, Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down. This talented singer/songwriter is making her mark in a crowded field of talent thanks to her […]

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Album Review – Duets With My American Idols – Oleg Frish

Written by on 31 March 2016

Album Review – Duets With My American Idols – Oleg Frish FACEBOOK: Oleg Frish has been around for a while. The critically acclaimed talk show host moved from Russia to New York 20 years ago, and since that time, he has interviewed over 2,000 musical superstars and celebrities on his show on Russian Television […]

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Album Review – Neighbors – So Does Your Mother

Written by on 24 March 2016

Album Review – Neighbors – So Does Your Mother BANDCAMP: Rome-based dance-rock group are back and better than ever with their first full-length debut, Neighbors. This time around, the band is joined by the likes of Ike Willis, Ghita Casadei and Maria Onori in their most ambitious body of work yet. Representing a true […]

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The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis

Written by on 24 March 2016

The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis FACEBOOK: Italian art/progressive rock trio The Metamorfosi carry on a long tradition of challenging music emerging from Italy’s music scene. Many of the performers and bands who have achieved widespread recognition have a taste for the esoteric and The Metamorfosi is no exception. Their second album, Chrysalis, explores themes of […]

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Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival

Written by on 21 March 2016

Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival URL: Unique is the first thing that comes to mind when I listen to Anajune Rival by Nathan Mathes. The album, comprised of 11 songs, is a combination of folk and rock. The mellow, deep voice of Mathes accompanied by thought provoking lyrics makes this album a hit. Nathan […]

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The RIDEOUTS – Heart & Soul

Written by on 17 March 2016

The RIDEOUTS – Heart & Soul URL: The Rideouts are a fun and rather surprising group of Italian musicians unabashedly paying homage to British and American rock of the 1960s and 70s. Guitarist and singer Max Scherbi of Trieste, Italy, formed the band in 2003 after a pilgrimage to Liverpool to follow the footsteps […]

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Spacebear – Straight for the Sun

Written by on 14 March 2016

Spacebear – Straight for the Sun We aren’t looking for something new to say. Everything’s been said. Instead, music listeners and any lovers of art are looking to find new ways of expressing the familiar and meaningful. The greatest artists in any area discover their own personal language reflecting both their experience and tenor of […]

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RJ Comer – Nightly Suicide

Written by on 11 March 2016

RJ Comer – Nightly Suicide URL: Formerly the front man of the Dance Hall Pimps, RJ Comer redefines his musical style with a stripped down version of Americana Rock. RJ released his new single “Nightly Suicide” on February 26th with an accompanying music video due out March 7th. This is first single off of his […]

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