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Callie Hopper – Out of the Shadows

Written by on 8 August 2016

Callie Hopper – Out of the Shadows URL: http://www.calliehopper.com/ Callie Hopper’s second album finds her building well on the merits of her debut album, 2014’s Notes on Love and Such, yet expanding on its sonic base with a thoughtful and often exciting blend of multiple styles. Artists the caliber of Callie Hopper will not be […]

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Cadence Kid

Written by on 5 August 2016

Cadence Kid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Cadencekid/ Taking “Hold On Me” from the pick of three singles this year in the shape of the very popular “XTC” to his first single “Whistling Your Name” is hard without mentioning them all. Cadence Kid is an aspiring artist with a lot of talent behind him working with orchestras and other […]

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Dave Diamond – Trois

Written by on 4 August 2016

Dave Diamond – Trois URL: http://www.davediamondmusic.com/ From the very opening spin of Dave Diamond’s newest album, Trois, you are immediately transported back to the rock n roll music times of the late 60’s through the jamming and rocking determinants of the 70’s. Straight out of the box and on to your player each and every track continues […]

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Skyward – Self Titled

Written by on 4 August 2016

Skyward – Self Titled URL: http://www.skywardband.com/ Skyward accomplishes in eleven songs what much more famous bands struggle to do over the course of two full length albums. There is a breathlessly exciting breadth of musical vision on this release, a go for broke spirit reaching for the best expression of its heart through musical form. […]

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Danielle French – Dark Love Songs

Written by on 2 August 2016

Danielle French – Dark Love Songs URL: http://www.daniellefrench.com/ Danielle French has always impressed devoted fans of indie singer/songwriters as a composer and performer comfortably at home with taking artistic chances. Her latest release Dark Love Songs is born from chance and takes wild swings at greatness that invariably connect. The risk taking began in the […]

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Nick Dakota – Vision

Written by on 1 August 2016

Nick Dakota – Vision URL: http://www.nickdakotaofficial.com/#!blog/e4hv4 For a very long time I’ve been trying to figure out when exactly did Country turned into such a popular genre and alongside EDM music, has become the defined sound of the new millennium. Perhaps that’s been the case for a long while and maybe in the past few […]

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Brent Daniels – Every Road has a Turn

Written by on 1 August 2016

Brent Daniels – Every Road has a Turn URL: http://www.brentdanielsofficial.com/\ Brent Daniels began singing as a child and playing the guitar at the age of 7. Brent pursued life and life took him to a path as an electrician. He left his music behind, so he thought. But once music is in your soul, it […]

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Project Grand Slam – The Rescue

Written by on 28 July 2016

Project Grand Slam – The Rescue URL: http://projectgrandslam.com/ New York City has, naturally, produced a bevy of individual and group talents in popular music. One of two centers for the music industry in North America, the other being Los Angeles, the nation’s largest metropolitan area in the United States has traditionally been the home for […]

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The Invisible World – Color / Echo

Written by on 26 July 2016

The Invisible World – Color / Echo URL: http://welcometotheinvisibleworld.com/ Since the early 2014 release of their debut EP Welcome to the Invisible World, The Invisible World has made significant inroads in establishing themselves as one of the best alternative rock bands on the indie scene today. The promotional push that’s landed several licensing contracts, appearances […]

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Charles Wright – Something to Feel Good About

Written by on 22 July 2016

                Charles Wright – Something to Feel Good About URL: https://www.facebook.com/charlesandshaloawright The latest album in a long career, both as a band member and solo artist, Something to Feel Good About solidifies any lingering doubts about the continuing genius who penned the legendary R&B staple “Express Yourself” and […]

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