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The Malpass Brothers

Written by on 20 April 2015

The Malpass Brothers – Self-Titled Primary URL: http://themalpassbrothers.com/ Sometimes you hear albums that are obviously vanity projects. This is, primarily, a tribute album. The Malpass Brothers have recorded an eleven-song tribute to the music that filled their childhood and propelled them into careers as professional musicians. Recording and releasing such in an album in 2015 […]

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Wooden Hez – Spew

Written by on 14 April 2015

Wooden Hez – Spew  URL: http://www.woodenhez.com/  Philadelphia’s Wooden Hez are reaching higher than ever before with their third release, Spew. The ten-song set is based around a commanding two-guitar attack accompanied by two percussionists and a bass player. The songwriting, however, plays an important role. Wooden Hez aspire, lyrically, to a degree of sophistication that […]

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The Electro Lights

Written by on 13 April 2015

The Electro Lights https://www.facebook.com/TheElectroLights Slotting themselves firmly into the category of modern rock and roll, the Electro-Lights’s seven song EP is a thorough brief on the direction the band wishes to head. With the aim of carving out their own corner of the rock genre, they eschew the dance and pop leans of their contemporaries, […]

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Atman – The Silent King

Written by on 10 April 2015

Atman – The Silent King Primary URL: http://www.iamatman.com Score: 5/5 Stars Who doesn’t like smooth as silk Hip/Hop Rap. I’d bet all the hands go up in the air right away. I mean, while some might not be able to appreciate this intoxicating style of music your first choice, most people can’t deny getting into […]

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The Water’s Edge by March to May

Written by on 6 April 2015

The Water’s Edge by March to May URL: http://www.marchtomay.com/  March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. The two musicians combined folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, and they ended up creating a sophisticated sound that speaks to the heart and […]

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Anne Lindsay – Soloworks

Written by on 6 April 2015

Anne Lindsay – Soloworks About the Artist: http://www.anne-lindsay.com/soloworks.html Anne Lindsay will be a household name before long. The Canadian violin virtuoso has quite the resume – she’s playing with big names like Blue Rodeo and even Led Zeppelin! Now she turns her attention to a solo career with her new record “Soloworks” – a magnificent […]

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The Blackmail Seduction

Written by on 3 April 2015

The Blackmail Seduction http://www.reverbnation.com/theblackmailseduction The Blackmail Seduction combines a mixture of Alternative Rock, Pop Rock with a pinch of Grunge. Band members include: Jess McClellan: Lead and Backing Vocals, Guitars, Troy Hardy: Guitars, Backing Vocals, Keys, and Additional Bass on “War At Home”, Mike Mennell: Bass, Blair Sinta: Drums and Percussion, Additional Percussion on “You’ve […]

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Kathy Muir – Book Cover Judge

Written by on 2 April 2015

Kathy Muir – Book Cover Judge Artists URL: http://www.kathymuir.com/ Kathy Muir is a surging artist from Connecticut but originally hails from the UK. Her latest CD released in 2014 is entitled “Book Cover Judge”. Citing from her bio: With a distinctive voice and lyrical style that combines a blend of acoustic and pop influences infused […]

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Jonathan Bannon Maher

Written by on 31 March 2015

Jonathan Bannon Maher URL: http://www.jonathanmaher.com/ Jonathan Bannon Maher is jack of all trades from New Jersey. No seriously, there isn’t anything this guy can or hasn’t already tried to do. He’s successfully published two books including The Destiny of Humanity which he claims is endorsed and implemented by various world leaders. He’s run for US […]

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CBDB – Joyfunk is Dead

Written by on 31 March 2015

CBDB – Joyfunk is Dead URL: http://cbdbband.wix.com/cbdb This is some darn funky stuff. Cbdb are a six piece from Tuscaloosa, Alabama whose name is an acronym I’m trying to decipher. Honestly, it makes me think of CBGB. Is the name a play on the famous acronym named jazz/funk turned punk club CBGB? It wouldn’t surprise […]

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