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White Owl Red’s brilliant new album Existential Frontiers

Written by on 3 June 2019

Basking in the glow of their own radiant reverb, beautiful guitar strings dance with a passionate volley in “Love Her Still,” one of the fourteen songs that comprise White Owl Red’s brilliant new album Existential Frontiers. Coming in at roughly forty six minutes in total length, Existential Frontiers is an easy-listening portal to a surreal […]

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Francine Honey single “Stay”

Written by on 29 May 2019

URL: https://francinehoney.com/ Critics are going crazy for the new Francine Honey single “Stay,” and it’s not that hard to understand the hype when examining the music video for the song. This season, we’ve seen scores of artists going big with their videos and establishing a status quo that is marred by excess, pomp and surrealism […]

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 David Gelman’s third full-length studio album has arrived

Written by on 23 May 2019

Critics have been abuzz over the release of David Gelman’s third full-length studio album, Last Surviving Son, since it debuted last April, and it doesn’t take more than a cursory listen of its closing track “Presence of the Lord” to see precisely why. In the gilded keys and swaggering lead vocal dispensed by Gelman, an […]

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“So Far Away” (single/video) by from Jas Frank & the Intoits

Written by on 23 May 2019

 I-HEART RADIO: https://www.iheart.com/artist/jas-frank-the-intoits-32758239/songs/so-far-away-68551724/?autoplay=true A supple swing beat greets us as we descend into the broodingly textured rhythm that adorns the opening bards of “So Far Away,” the all-new single and lyric video from Jas Frank & the Intoits. Comprised of a minimalistic string groove, a stoic vocal from Frank and a blustery bassline driving its […]

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The Cerny Brothers’ Looking for the Good Land

Written by on 23 May 2019

A dash of reverb, a little more distortion, a whole lot of heart and a ton of tonality are just waiting to come ripping through the silence in “American Whore,” one of twelve all-new songs that we’re given a front-row seat to examine in The Cerny Brothers’ Looking for the Good Land, which was released […]

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Alexis Keegan releases Single

Written by on 20 May 2019

URL: https://www.alexiskeegan.com/instagram Crossovers and hybrids have been spiking in popularity lately across the western music world, but there haven’t been many artists that have really astonished me in their stylistic experimentations as Alexis Keegan has in the brand new single “What Am I Supposed to Do.” For those who aren’t aware, Keegan is an indie […]

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Brian Cottrill – Through the Keyhole

Written by on 20 May 2019

INSTAGRAM: https://picgra.com/user/britune/544219813 Brian Cottrill has taken an interesting approach to offering a debut solo release. The guitarist and main songwriter for West Virginia’s The Grey Agents turned off his amplifier for Through the Keyhole and picked up an acoustic guitar and harmonica to deliver nine original songs spanning from the age of 17 to modern day. It […]

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Jon Dowling  “Don’t Wanna Own The World” (single)

Written by on 15 May 2019

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jon-Dowling-123571992875/ In his brand new single “Don’t Wanna Own the World,” adult contemporary singer/songwriter Jon Dowling gets personal with his lyrics and opens up his heart to us in a way that he never has before. Stylized around a brooding harmony between the vocal track and a pristinely melodic piano, “Don’t Wanna Own the […]

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Brooks Forsyth – So Much Beyond Us (LP)

Written by on 13 May 2019

We look upon a lonesome cabin in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. The door swings open, and out comes none other than singer/songwriter Brooks Forsyth, guitar in hand, optimistic look in his eyes. He steps out into the cold Colorado air and starts to wander down the adjacent road. He’s on his way to […]

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