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Jackpot Luck featuring Gary Bonanni

Written by on 16 May 2016

Jackpot Luck featuring Gary Bonanni BANDCAMP: https://jackpotluck.bandcamp.com/ Gary Bonanni’s new EP mirrors a lot of the 80s and 90s rock bands. The album was recorded by one person who played all the instruments and gave the album its vocals: Gary Bonanni. Gary’s vocals provide an Elvis Presley vibe and his music give out more of […]

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Version 5 – Take you There

Written by on 11 May 2016

Version 5 – Take you There URL: http://version5music.com/main While reviewing “Take You There” by “Version 5”, I was definitely reminded of several artists/bands I grew up listening to throughout the 90s and 00s. Their overall style has a balanced mixture of alternative rock and electronic, which are two genre of music I have always had […]

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Swift Creek – Magnolia

Written by on 11 May 2016

Swift Creek – Magnolia URL: http://www.swiftcreekmusic.com/ Swift Creek is trying to bring back the root grass of American music. Their songs has a hint of country music minus the rowdy tempo of song. If you’re an old song, you have definitely longed for this kind of music where you can actually hear various kind of […]

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Review: Simple Songs – Barton

Written by on 10 May 2016

Review: Simple Songs – Barton FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kenneth.barton.52?fref=nf These songs hardly categorize under the term “simple” from former Suntribe and Petal guitarist Kenneth Barton, whose 2nd solo album “Simple Songs” attempts to bring about a modern take on the classic and prog rock birthed from the glamorous 70s era from which he drew inspiration. His decision […]

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Jeff White – Right Beside You

Written by on 9 May 2016

Jeff White – Right Beside You FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jeff-White-Bluegrass-170100143359768/ It’s been sixteen years and change since Jeff White, respected collaborator with some of country music’s top figures over the last thirty years including Alison Krauss and Vince Gill, released his second solo album The Broken Road. In those nearly two decades since then, White cemented his […]

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Un5gettable – “Sorry”

Written by on 4 May 2016

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/un5gettable/ The Midwestern based quintet Un5gettable isn’t out to impress listeners with poetic meditations on the nature of life, odes to the pleasures of chasing women, or protest songs on economic inequality. These five performing veterans aim to tickle your funny bone with their wry, winking mockery of boy bands and sturdy songwriting driven […]

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Cody Webb drops new Single

Written by on 3 May 2016

Cody Webb drops new Single URL: http://codywebbcountry.com/ Let’s be honest for just a second shall we. I get a lot of albums sent my way for review and I mean a lot. Most of them don’t do anything for me. They don’t always get happily placed in the CD player, but the ones that do […]

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Corvaa drops hot new single

Written by on 2 May 2016

Corvaa drops hot new single SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/corvaa/zipper-corvaa We’ll start off with a question. What do you get when you mix a redhead and amazing vocal? Don’t know? Well you get this girl by the name of Corvaa. Born in Greece and raised in New York this girl started actively creating music in 2013. With her […]

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Review of Love Lost for Blood lust by Bobgoblin

Written by on 2 May 2016

Review of Love Lost for Blood lust by Bobgoblin URL: http://bobgoblin.com/ I like this straight-away. The music reminds me of good times in rock clubs. This is a PROPER rocky start to the album, Feel No Pain has a confident punchy start and a quirky riff to boot. Yes this is a good start. Considering […]

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Lena Fayre – “Cry”

Written by on 29 April 2016

Lena Fayre – “Cry” Watch the “Cry” Video: https://vimeo.com/163996978 Lena Fayre’s brief career has, nevertheless, proven quite eventful. She has released one full length album, a number of singles, and two EPs since her 2013 emergence. The work has been of a uniformly high quality and characterized by often astonishing diversity. Despite the high gloss […]

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