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Herrick – Cottonfields

Written by on 13 April 2016

Herrick – Cottonfields URL: http://www.herricklive.com The second album from the songwriting and performing partnership of Donna and Kerry Herrick, Cottonfields, proves this is a band with staying power. Donna Herrick is a world class singing talent with an expansive vocal range and the band is a commanding musical presence. Herrick’s voice is the emotional center […]

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Jimmy Jax Pinchak – Blue On Arrival

Written by on 11 April 2016

Jimmy Jax Pinchak – Blue On Arrival URL: http://jimmyjaxpinchakband.com/ It might seem a bit incongruous to some that a blonde-haired, blue-eyed cherubic looking twenty year old former child actor is one of the most promising talents emerging from the blues genre in a quarter of a century. It’s also true. Jimmy Jax Pinchak has starred […]

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The Von – EI8HT

Written by on 11 April 2016

The Von – EI8HT FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thevon4u The long awaited full length debut of South Florida electro/rock trio The Von followed the release of a series of well received singles. The resulting buzz for the band has led to growing demand and their live schedule is only increasing. The band’s main movers are vocalist/bassist Luis Bonilla […]

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Brooke Moriber – Fire

Written by on 6 April 2016

Brooke Moriber – Fire URL: http://brookemoriber.com/ Look past the pretty face. It isn’t hard to stare at Brooke Moriber’s press photos and not be entranced by such a devastatingly beautiful lady. However, if you stop there and look no further, the first single from her debut album might shock your ears. “Fire” is premium pop, […]

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Menimals – s/t

Written by on 5 April 2016

Menimals – s/t SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/menimals Few bands in the Menimals’ admittedly small company have the good sense to balance their artier inclinations with still producing comprehensible work. It behooves any musician looking to sell their hard work that they offer a little of the sweet with the sour because, typically, most listeners don’t crave aural […]

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Vicky Emerson – Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down

Written by on 1 April 2016

Vicky Emerson – Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down URL: http://www.vickyemerson.com/ Vicky Emerson’s reputation in the Americana scene will be higher than ever before on the heels of her new album, Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down. This talented singer/songwriter is making her mark in a crowded field of talent thanks to her […]

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Album Review – Duets With My American Idols – Oleg Frish

Written by on 31 March 2016

Album Review – Duets With My American Idols – Oleg Frish FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oleg-Frish/182179468465328 Oleg Frish has been around for a while. The critically acclaimed talk show host moved from Russia to New York 20 years ago, and since that time, he has interviewed over 2,000 musical superstars and celebrities on his show on Russian Television […]

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Album Review – Neighbors – So Does Your Mother

Written by on 24 March 2016

Album Review – Neighbors – So Does Your Mother BANDCAMP: https://sodoesyourmother.bandcamp.com/ Rome-based dance-rock group are back and better than ever with their first full-length debut, Neighbors. This time around, the band is joined by the likes of Ike Willis, Ghita Casadei and Maria Onori in their most ambitious body of work yet. Representing a true […]

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The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis

Written by on 24 March 2016

The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/lemetamorfosi Italian art/progressive rock trio The Metamorfosi carry on a long tradition of challenging music emerging from Italy’s music scene. Many of the performers and bands who have achieved widespread recognition have a taste for the esoteric and The Metamorfosi is no exception. Their second album, Chrysalis, explores themes of […]

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Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival

Written by on 21 March 2016

Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival URL: http://nathanmathes.com/albums.html Unique is the first thing that comes to mind when I listen to Anajune Rival by Nathan Mathes. The album, comprised of 11 songs, is a combination of folk and rock. The mellow, deep voice of Mathes accompanied by thought provoking lyrics makes this album a hit. Nathan […]

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