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Tacachale Chamber Orchestra

Written by on 2 November 2015

BAND: Tacachale Chamber Orchestra ALBUM: Ocean Floor Funeral FACEBOOK: Sometimes you feel like you should try something new, drive a new road, order a new type of coffee, and perhaps listen to a completely different genre of music altogether; for those daring days you will want to take a listen to the new eclectic […]

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Ann Wilson (of Heart)

Written by on 28 October 2015

Ann Wilson (of Heart) URL: The Ann Wilson Thing might not be the Ann Wilson you know and hold close as Dreamboat Annie or Little Queen, but upon closer inspection it really holds up as its own standalone project. Wilson’s EP under this band moniker sees the singer melt her vision down to a […]

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Shotgun Holler – Loaded

Written by on 26 October 2015

  Shotgun Holler – Loaded Primary URL: Shotgun Holler deserves props for their bravery. Even in the cozier confines of the Midwest, it can’t be an entirely comfortable experience attempting to sell such rustic music in a modern era rarely prizing substance. This five piece is an assemblage of some of the best players […]

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The Tosspints – The Privateer

Written by on 14 October 2015

The Tosspints – The Privateer Music often labeled by the press as “folk” is overstuffed with hippy-dippy guitars, flower power arrangement, no muscle and just a general sense of “wee” this is so much fun, come hang out in the field with us. Though Saginaw, Michigan’s The Tosspints carry around the folk label, […]

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Tyler Edwards – Too Young for Love

Written by on 1 October 2015

Tyler Edwards – Too Young for Love YOU TUBE: Tyler Edwards takes the listener on a hayride through the hard country on his debut EP, Too Young for Love. These tunes are practically antiquities, artifacts from a style long thought extinct has modern folk often eschews the legitimacy and heartfelt passion of the Dylan […]

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Jeremy Porter and the Tucos – Above the Sweet Tea Line

Written by on 1 October 2015

Jeremy Porter and the Tucos – Above the Sweet Tea Line Middle-aged one time punk rockers indulging a fetish for Americana music often yield impressive results. Longtime Michigan stalwart Jeremy Porter and his band the Tucos have followed up a strong debut with an impressive ten track collection entitled Above the Sweet Tea Line. It’s […]

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Chris Sabatino – Maybe Not This Time

Written by on 29 September 2015

Chris Sabatino -Maybe Not This Time CD BABY: Though the music scene today makes it increasingly difficult to find them (which in and of itself is a walking tall contradiction), there are still authentic singer/songwriters operating who work outside of the known channels and deliver heartfelt, emotion-bared music with soul and panache. Ohio bred […]

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Erica Sunshine Lee – Southern Amendment

Written by on 28 September 2015

Erica Sunshine Lee – Southern Amendment URL: “Southern Amendment” EP by Erica Sunshine Lee was released in 2015. This is her 6th Studio Album to date. Straight away it’s clear an EP like this delivers an imaginative return to classic Americana-Country sung to us by a beautiful female with a girl next door persona. […]

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Mary Bue – Holy Bones

Written by on 23 September 2015

Mary Bue – Holy Bones URL: Holy Bones, the latest release from singer/songwriter Mary Bue, brings her six albums deep into a career that, until recently, has achieved recognition as part of a songwriting wave cresting in the early 21st century. The influence of artists as diverse as Sarah McLachlan and Tori Amos has […]

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Nervous Germans – From Prussia With Love

Written by on 18 September 2015

Nervous Germans – From Prussia With Love URL: Though virtually unknown among American audiences, the Nervous Germans experienced significant success across continental Europe and included renowned UK DJ John Peel among their supporters. Their original run ended in 1984, but there’s no sense of lost time on this new release. Instead, the Nervous Germans […]

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