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Jay Vonada Quartet

Written by on 4 May 2015

Artist: Jay Vonada Quartet CD: Expressions Label: Independent Artist Website: http://www.jayvonada.net/ Genre: Jazz Sounds Like: J.J Johnson, Urbie Green, Tommy Dorsey, Wycliffe Gordon, Bill Watrous, Joseph Alessi, Carl Fontana Technical Grade: 10/10 Production/Musicianship Grade: 10/10 Commercial Value: 9/10 Overall Talent Level: 10/10 Songwriting Skills: 9/10 Performance Skill: 8/10 Best Songs: Early Morning Chill, Stupifonic, The […]

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CRAYMO – 2 singles

Written by on 30 April 2015

CRAYMO – 2 singles Love You More – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/love-you-more-lym-single/id875416106 Be Myself – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/be-myself-single/id924345397 Stocked full of hooks and a jovial playing style that never lets it’s guard down, to melodies which linger long after the playing has passed, these 2 singles “Be Myself”, and ”Love You More” linked above by Craymo provides 2 buoyant and […]

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Andrew Fox

Written by on 27 April 2015

Andrew Fox https://soundcloud.com/andrew-fox-39 Andrew Fox is a Christian musician with beautiful songs of love and faith that are not your typical gospel music. He has a wide range of styles from soft and serene ballads with gorgeous piano instrumentals to fun and faster paced songs with fun and catchy electric guitar. He seems to have […]

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Casey Weston – Young Heart

Written by on 24 April 2015

Casey Weston – Young Heart URL: http://caseyweston.com/ The Review: Enter Naples Florida vocalist Casey Weston who just released her latest eight track CD entitled “Young Heart” in 2014. On the upside, you can expect eight semi-experimental folk-pop pieces that champion high intensity and souls stirring topics canvassed against and pure yet hooky pop-rock backdrop. Some […]

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Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones – Grain of Sand

Written by on 23 April 2015

Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones – Grain of Sand Primary URL: http://www.extremeflute.com/ So enter Canadian Flue player Bill McBirnie and multi-talented Bruce Jones who together just released “Grain of Sand” in 2015. Bill is well known for his outstanding technique.  However, he is also recognized as an exceptional improviser (notably in the bebop, swing and […]

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RYAL – Lonely Love

Written by on 23 April 2015

RYAL – Lonely Love  FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/jacque.ryal  Disco Pop music, who would have thought? However, if you do it right you’ll be dancing to this track in no time. Usually Pop can be taken in a direction that far exceeds any radio use, making no lyrical sense and then you are sitting there in your car […]

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Review of Fearless EP by DogHouse Swine

Written by on 20 April 2015

URL: http://www.doghouseswine.com What does Controlled Ciaos sound like? DogHouse Swine would be a great place to start. A three piece band from the New Jersey area who have been together for over 5 years  playing the local music scene. They released their debut album ‘Faster Side Of Normal’, in 2010 under their own imprint label, […]

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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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