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The Mailman’s Children

Written by on 24 February 2015

The Mailman’s Children URL: http://www.themailmanschildren.com/ The Mailman’s Children (TMC) bring a unique brand of Can-American acoustic-electric rock to the table. Known for smooth, passionate vocals, driving bass and drums, sonic guitar interplay and thought-provoking lyrics, The Mailman’s Children are visionaries with a fresh sound who somehow incorporate memorable hints of the 80s and 90s. Coined […]

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Bullyheart – Antigravity

Written by on 23 February 2015

Bullyheart – Antigravity URL: http://www.bullyheart.com/home.html Bullyheart is the brainchild of recording artist Holly Long. It is home for her rebel-heart which pulses with intense ambivalence about living life as a complex woman. Love and anger- disdain and awe- humility and power, all co-exist in harmony within this voice. Over the past two years, deep in […]

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Amarachi

Written by on 18 February 2015

Artist: Amarachi EP: All or Nothing REVERBNATION: http://www.reverbnation.com/amarachimusic317 While it is true many feel the music industry is in disarray it’s always a breath of fresh air to hear a new band or artist that’s not afraid to take chances with their musical expression. With Amarachi who resides between Texas and New York (originally from […]

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Nick DeStefano – We Seek Higher Ground

Written by on 17 February 2015

Nick DeStefano – We Seek Higher Ground REVERBNATION: http://www.reverbnation.com/nickdestefano Nick DeStefano is a singer/songwriter from NJ who performs with his band The Spiders at local bars in North Jersey. He has performed all over North America. He has appeared on MTV with videos he shot with Faces In The Crowd & Y Fly 2 London. […]

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Max Random – Analog Man’

Written by on 17 February 2015

Max Random – Analog Man’ Primary URL: http://www.420punk.com/ Max Random’s Comedy Space Folk Music arrived organically when he was performing standup comedy & took up playing guitar. He started out writing funny songs to play at college parties & was pushed to play an open mic. He quickly rose in popularity and started headlining & […]

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Jason Masi – Power of a Woman

Written by on 11 February 2015

Jason Masi – Power of a Woman http://www.jasonmasi.com/  I’d bet that a lot of people would enjoy this album. It’s the kind of thing that appeals to a wide range. Yet, the sound is very classic in nature. I know that I’ve found a new album to really enjoy.   “How to Be Rich” starts the […]

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Automatik Eden

Written by on 11 February 2015

Automatik Eden http://automatikeden.com/  Automatik Eden is a highly exotic Indie-Electronica power duo out of Los Angeles, California; consisting of vocalist Cela Scott and guitarist, vocalist and drummer David Crocco. While working behind the scenes with artists like Eminem, Beck and Incubus, Cela and David decided to form their own band to create music. David worked […]

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Jourdan Myers – Ruin Me With Love

Written by on 6 February 2015

Jourdan Myers – Ruin Me With Love http://jourdanmyers.com/ Some of this is a little too weird for me. Still, there is enough charm here to make this a winner. It starts and ends strong, too. That doesn’t hurt. Starting with piano, “Lifetime or Before” turns to more of a rocker after the first section. A […]

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Robert J. Hunter – Songs for the Weary

Written by on 6 February 2015

Robert J. Hunter – Songs for the Weary https://soundcloud.com/robertjhunter No one howls like blues singer Robert J. Hunter on his debut album Songs for the Weary out this month. Of course, no one like the Wolfman himself. Hunter’s husky, dirty blues vocals shine on this freshman effort, prompting a thoroughly unique album of pain, reflection, […]

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Mutts

Written by on 6 February 2015

Mutts – Fuel yer’ Delusion (vol 4) http://muttsmusic.com/ The keys/bass/drums trio, Mutts, have been described as “Tom Waits fronting a garage band” by Time Out Magazine, and “what Queens Of The Stone Age would sound like if they ditched the guitars and started playing some dirty sounding organs” by Loud Loop Press. This is the fourth […]

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