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Jourdan Myers – Ruin Me With Love

Written by on 6 February 2015

Jourdan Myers – Ruin Me With Love http://jourdanmyers.com/ Some of this is a little too weird for me. Still, there is enough charm here to make this a winner. It starts and ends strong, too. That doesn’t hurt. Starting with piano, “Lifetime or Before” turns to more of a rocker after the first section. A […]

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Robert J. Hunter – Songs for the Weary

Written by on 6 February 2015

Robert J. Hunter – Songs for the Weary https://soundcloud.com/robertjhunter No one howls like blues singer Robert J. Hunter on his debut album Songs for the Weary out this month. Of course, no one like the Wolfman himself. Hunter’s husky, dirty blues vocals shine on this freshman effort, prompting a thoroughly unique album of pain, reflection, […]

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Mutts

Written by on 6 February 2015

Mutts – Fuel yer’ Delusion (vol 4) http://muttsmusic.com/ The keys/bass/drums trio, Mutts, have been described as “Tom Waits fronting a garage band” by Time Out Magazine, and “what Queens Of The Stone Age would sound like if they ditched the guitars and started playing some dirty sounding organs” by Loud Loop Press. This is the fourth […]

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Doug McCurry & The Verticals

Written by on 3 February 2015

Doug McCurry – Doug McCurry & The Verticals URL: http://www.dougmccurry.com/ (CHARLOTTE, NC) McCurry has been involved in original since the 1980’s, as both a musician and producer. He was a member of the band Big Brick Building, who released 2 CD’s and drew the attention of industry professionals, critics, and alternative music fans. After several […]

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Joe Ness Ellipsis

Written by on 2 February 2015

Joe Ness  Ellipsis http://joeness.com/ Ellipsis, the debut album from Spectra recording artist and New York City native Joe Ness, heralds the arrival of a potentially major new voice in the hip-hop genre. Ness is working squarely within the traditions of an established mode, namely East Coast hip-hop with all of its predilections, but doesn’t limit […]

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Going to the Sun

Written by on 2 February 2015

Going to the Sun I like most of this a lot. There is one song I really can’t stand, though. Some of the others aren’t as strong as some of the rest. I love the energy and the driving beat on “New Year.” It is an entertaining song. It’s the kind of thing that really […]

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