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Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band – Baby, Let’s Take the Long Way Home

Written by on 31 March 2017

Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band – Baby, Let’s Take the Long Way Home SPOTIFY: The term “all star band” has bandied around the mainstream music scene for so long that it virtually has no bounce. However, there are occasions when it isn’t just some public relations puffery designed to shifts a few more […]

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Roadcase Royale – Get Loud

Written by on 25 March 2017

Roadcase Royale – Get Loud FACEBOOK: Released on January 20th following the Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out and featured in the Women’s March on Austin, Texas a day later, the debut single from Nancy Wilson and Liv Warfield’s new band Roadcase Royale is a memorable track entitled “Get Loud”. The band features […]

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Blue Mafia – Hanging Tree

Written by on 23 March 2017

Blue Mafia – Hanging Tree URL: Blue Mafia has garnered considerable plaudits for their revitalization of the bluegrass form and their third studio outing, Hanging Tree, illustrates their attention to tradition while underscoring their originality. This is no mean feat, but Blue Mafia have established a much deserved reputation for utilizing bluegrass traditions in […]

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Kevin Carroll

Written by on 22 March 2017

Kevin Carroll YOU TUBE: Hailing from the northeastern United States, Kevin Carroll doesn’t exactly seem like the prototypical urban dwelling alternative rocker. Any such preconceptions should be tossed out the door. His debut album The New You, cut with little help in his soundproofed living room, is a bid to have his voice heard […]

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Leah Capelle – Joshua

Written by on 20 March 2017

Leah Capelle – Joshua YOU TUBE: Joshua is the title of Leah Capelle’s second release. The three song EP is a great sophomore effort after her self-titled first album, an EP as well, brought her reams of critical attention. Her songwriting is surrounded with an air of reflection and enormous sensitivity. She works with […]

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I Am the Polish Army – My Old Man

Written by on 17 March 2017

I Am the Polish Army – My Old Man URL: The challenging journey of translating life’s experiences into song for vocalist/guitarist and songwriter Emma DeCorsey informs each of the eight tracks on I Am the Polish Army’s first full length effort My Old Man. The project has underwent a number of conceptual variations since […]

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James Raftery – Everything

Written by on 17 March 2017

James Raftery – Everything FACEBOOK: If you think synthesizers, loops, and drum machines suck the life out of anything musical, James Raftery’s work will correct such assumptions. The New York City based musician spent fifteen years working as Rat Wakes Red, a virtual one-man project with a succession of musical guest stars complementing his […]

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Chris Jones & The Night Drivers – Made to Move

Written by on 15 March 2017

Chris Jones & The Night Drivers – Made to Move FACEBOOK: Made to Move pays tribute to the present and past alike. Chris Jones and The Night Drivers have a laudable commitment to pushing their own original material and it has an uniformly high level that many other bands and artists working in this […]

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Sweetalk – Mutiny

Written by on 14 March 2017

Sweetalk – Mutiny FACEBOOK: This is a blueprint for how to make kick ass rock and roll with a challenging edge. Sweetalk’s five song EP Mutiny does not go in for the standard tropes and clichés but, instead, molds familiar themes and approaches to their own ends without losing any energy or rock and […]

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Susan Calloway – Time for This

Written by on 9 March 2017

Susan Calloway – Time for This URL: Susan Calloway’s career trajectory is reflective of the times we live in. It is highly unusual for a performer, even now, to achieve the level of prominence Calloway has reached on the backs of a video game soundtrack, but Detroit based Calloway’s single “Answers” for 2013’s Final […]

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