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James Patrick Morgan – Expected

Written by on 6 December 2016

James Patrick Morgan – Expected Primary URL: http://www.jamespatrickmorgan.com/ The great ones make things sound easy. Experienced listeners, musicians, and insiders understated that the effortless feeling casual listeners glean from recordings isn’t actually a bit of magic in an eye blink but, instead, the product of tremendous hard work and time spent in some sterile studio. […]

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Magic Music – Self Tilted

Written by on 29 November 2016

Magic Music – Self Tilted URL: http://magicmusicband.com/ The sheer sprawl of this album implies suppressed creativity now unleashed. Few bands in any genre would dare to debut with a full length album of seventeen songs, virtually all of them clocking in between four and five minutes long. Some might think that the Americana style ensures […]

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Ira Sharma

Written by on 29 November 2016

Ira Sharma YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzsizYibMsP7zxfGFPHzIGg Indian singer/songwriter Ira Sharma doesn’t bring the voice of the Far East into her music but, instead, has proven herself to be a budding talent with limitless appeal in the popular music world. She debuted at the age of thirteen and, now past her fourteenth birthday, is rapidly developing into […]

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RedBelt – Beautiful Surround

Written by on 25 November 2016

RedBelt – Beautiful Surround FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/redbeltmusic/ RedBelt will remind you of a lot of bands, but you won’t be able to name a single one. They are a talented four piece who manage to invoke the spirit of various forms without ever establishing a clear reference point in any specific direction. Instead, the thirteen songs […]

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Jemima James – When You Get Old

Written by on 25 November 2016

Jemima James – When You Get Old BANDCAMP: https://jemimajames-tl.bandcamp.com/album/when-you-get-old Few albums in the Americana genre this year carry the musical and lyrical weight of Jemima James’ When You Get Old with such grace and light-footed authority. There isn’t a single one of the thirteen songs included on this outing that sounds unsure of itself or […]

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Martin X. Petz – Broken Man

Written by on 25 November 2016

Martin X. Petz – Broken Man FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/martinxpetz/ There are few writers on the indie or mainstream music scene who compose songs like Martin X. Petz. This husband and father played music and wrote songs for many years before deciding in the early years of this century to begin recording and releasing collections of his […]

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Django Mack – ‘Round Christmas

Written by on 22 November 2016

Django Mack – ‘Round Christmas TWITTER: https://twitter.com/djangomack Anyone who loves good blues, stripped clean of posing and clumsy recreations of tradition, will love Django Mack. He’s released two critically acclaimed albums and the attention those releases have brought virtually assures him a lofty position in the modern Americana /traditional music scene. There are many fine […]

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Jemima James – At Longview Farm

Written by on 18 November 2016

Jemima James – At Longview Farm URL: http://www.studiowner.com/essays/essay.asp?books=0&pagnum=158 Folk rock has long since faded as a viable commercial musical form, but there was a time in popular music history when talented singer/songwriters with a solid command of fundamentals found great success bringing traditional forms together with just enough rock and roll spirit to give their […]

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Jamie Kent – All American Mutt

Written by on 15 November 2016

Jamie Kent – All American Mutt URL: http://jamiekent.com/home The third studio album from Massachusetts native and Nashville based songwriter Jamie Kent finds him hitting a new stride following his last album release nearly five years ago. He has impressive fluency in a wide variety of musical styles and takes a number of imaginative and brave […]

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Alessandro Coli – I Betcha’

Written by on 14 November 2016

Alessandro Coli – I Betcha’ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/alessadrocoliofficial/ Alessandro Coli knew what he wanted to be when he heard Freddie Mercury’s voice. His father’s record collection instilled a lifetime passion inside of him when he discovered a number of Queen albums. The initial inspiration derived from that experience stoked a budding fire in his ten year […]

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