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The Negative Nancy’s – Sorry, Not Sorry

Written by on 8 September 2016

The Negative Nancy’s – Sorry, Not Sorry FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thenegativenancyslv/ Bands can ride gimmicks and often do. The gimmick, more often than not, masks a dearth or narrowness of substantive musical talent and substitute theatrics or something otherwise unusual in its place. The Negative Nancys, a four piece punk/power pop outfit hailing from the Las Vegas […]

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Zay P

Written by on 6 September 2016

Zay P YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_dnIRBuvkyt2qMcIi2Hr4A The wicked tight and smartly written hip hop emerging from newcomer Zay P will surely land him on the map as one of hip hop’s most promising new talents. While he has yet to release a full length studio album or EP, Zay P is rather prolific releasing Internet only […]

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Kim Vogels – Native

Written by on 6 September 2016

Kim Vogels – Native FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kimvogelsmusic Being brought up surrounded by so many different cultures, Kim Vogels was drawn to the power and energy of the original sound of those worlds i.e. Flamenco, Klezmer, Celtic, early Persian, Gypsy, Native American, Folk & Blues etc. Even though these musical styles are all quite different from each […]

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Porcelain People – Streetlights

Written by on 6 September 2016

Porcelain People – Streetlights FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/PorcelainPeopleMusic/ The usual preconceived notions listeners come with when they encounter electronica influenced pop will not serve them well here. The debut release from the Monroe, Louisiana based duo Porcelain People overturns apple carts and confounds expectations. Josh Thornhill and Fred Kalil create living, breathing pop songs suffused with colorful […]

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Bob Lien – Color of Sky

Written by on 2 September 2016

Bob Lien – Color of Sky URL: http://www.boblien.com/ Albums like this are true rarities in our modern age. The pop world, in nearly all of its forms, has largely abandoned the virtues of melody in favor of growing subservience to the rhythm and beat and, when melody still exists or finds widespread mainstream success, it’s […]

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Clay Melton Band drops new EP

Written by on 2 September 2016

Clay Melton Band drops new EP URL: http://claymeltonband.com/ First of all, this artist and his band have a fire in them not often heard these days, as it harks back to the times where a lot of artists did. The approach is that aggressive. They border on alternative rock but have that classic appeal. They […]

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Jupiter in Velvet – The One in the Many

Written by on 1 September 2016

Jupiter in Velvet – The One in the Many URL: http://jupiterinvelvet.com/ Jupiter in Velvet’s returned with his latest album of electro dance rock entitled The One in the Many. The common themes dominating previous releases, concerns about asserting yourself in a world seeking to restrain you and unity among people, continue here with the same […]

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Project Grand Slam – The Queen’s Carnival

Written by on 31 August 2016

Project Grand Slam – The Queen’s Carnival URL: http://projectgrandslam.com/ Since its formation in 2007, Project Grand Slam has been the vehicle through which bassist and band leader Robert Miller realizes his musical ambitions. Their fourth album, The Queen’s Carnival, marks the closest that Miller himself feels he’s come yet to realizing the goal of marrying […]

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Kaylee Keller – Song Like That

Written by on 30 August 2016

Kaylee Keller – Song Like That (single release) URL: http://kayleekeller.com/ In our modern age of Rap synths and auto-tune antics it can be difficult to find the top seeds   among the harvest. What makes masters like Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande so sought after? Sure they sound good, they look great, the feel is good. […]

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Bunny Sigler – Stand Up

Written by on 30 August 2016

Bunny Sigler – Stand Up FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/BunnySigler/ The closing song from his latest album Bundino, “Stand Up”, is one of the best singles longtime Philadelphia vocal legend Bunny Sigler has yet released/ Co-produced with Noisette “Saint Man” St. Jean Jr, this confection ends his album on a memorable note and proves to be, arguably, the […]

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