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Martin X. Petz – Chained

Written by on 8 January 2016

Martin X. Petz – Chained REVERBNATION: Country music needs more songwriters like Martin X. Petz. He might not sport a cowboy hat, hail from somewhere south of the Mason Dixon Line, or smile like a million bucks under his eternal five o’clock shadow passing for a beard, but he’s the real deal when you […]

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One From Many; 29:11

Written by on 5 January 2016

One From Many; 29:11  FACEBOOK:  This Portland, Oregon based four piece, formerly known as FarCry, follows up their critically lauded debut The Alleged Album with a five song EP called 29:11. The vague title refers to a passage in the Holy Bible’s Book of Jeremiah and provides a kind of thematic jumping off point […]

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The Mailman’s Children release new Video

Written by on 5 January 2016

The Mailman’s Children release new Video Watch the Ride in Your Mind Video: The Mailman’s Children (TMC), is a Canadian-American rock band, stationed out of both Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and Helena, MT, USA. Front man Eric Labossiere resides in Helena while the rest of the boys live in Winnipeg. They bring a unique brand […]

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June Star – Pull Awake

Written by on 31 December 2015

June Star – Pull Awake  SONICBIDS:  Baltimore based June Star have, improbably in this day and age, survived and prospered for nearly two decades as one of the nation’s best kept musical secrets. The four piece, focused around singer/songwriter Andrew Grimm and pedal steel guitarist David Hadley, have been plying their trade since 1998, […]

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Kinderjazz – Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Written by on 30 December 2015

Kinderjazz – Teddy Bear’s Picnic URL: Raising kids (or spending time with grandkids) it becomes obvious that children love to listen to the same music over and over again. That can be pretty hard to take as an adult. This is an album that should have a lot of appeal to grown ups, too, […]

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Azaima Anderson

Written by on 22 December 2015

Azaima Anderson Primary URL: Azaima Anderson is a woman of the world, and her music reflects her spirit of inquiry and devotional practice. From the time her mother taught her how to harmonize and distinguish classical composers from one another at age five, she has loved singing, writing, playing and performing. She has been […]

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One From Many – 29:11

Written by on 21 December 2015

One From Many – 29:11 FACEBOOK: TWITTER: From their earliest incarnation as FarCry, One From Many has never struggled with their artistic vision. Sharing common personal goals and standards is every bit as important to a band’s long term success as musical concerns. Andrew Supina’s songwriting has always shown tremendous curiosity in its […]

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Courtney Chambers – Tales of the Aftermath

Written by on 18 December 2015

Courtney Chambers – Tales of the Aftermath URL: Working within the tradition of icons like Rickie Lee Jones and Sheryl Crow, Courtney Chambers’ fourth album Tales of the Aftermath sounds like the moment when the pupil begins to pull away from the teachers. She has surrounded herself with an outstanding cast of collaborators for […]

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Leo Harmonay – Somewhere Over the Hudson

Written by on 17 December 2015

Leo Harmonay – Somewhere Over the Hudson URL: Rating: 7.5/10 How would I describe Leo Harmonay? I get the impression he writes songs about the people, places and things that he loves, with a healthy combination of wisdom, some-humor, skepticism, and true blue honesty. He probably admits to what he doesn’t understand, questions what […]

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Paul Meadow – Cheap & Easy

Written by on 15 December 2015

Paul Meadow – Cheap & Easy Primary URL: This EP is produced by Gabriel Galvin & Paul Meadow Recorded by Amanda DeCastro @ Dubway Studios and Gabriel Galvin @ Four Foot Studios. It’s their second release, “Cheap & Easy” and it features “Killer Of Dreams.” At first glance, you’d be forgiven if you thought […]

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