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Loose Bolts – Discontent EP

Written by on 14 September 2015

URL:  https://loosebolts.bandcamp.com/releases From Pensacola, FL comes Alt-Folk rocker Ian Gomez, known as Loose Bolts who just released his latest “Discontent” EP in 2015. Loose Bolts is comprised of Ian Gomez. In his own words: What these songs represent most to me is a coming of age and a changing of times. All of them were written over […]

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Intimate Dream – Wonderful Thing

Written by on 26 August 2015

Intimate Dream – Wonderful Thing FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/intimatedream This is a cool disc. It’s an EP so don’t expect a lengthy experience and there is also some cluttered ideas and arrangements that seem to blow by too fast without giving you a chance to get too comfortable with any one song for too long, yet Intimate […]

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Shane Scheib – Fast Friends (EP)

Written by on 19 August 2015

Shane Scheib – Fast Friends (EP) URL: http://shanescheib.com/ In the spirit of musical justice (as I find is severely lacking these days), I gave this latest EP from Shane Scheib a good and proper listen and not only did I not hate it, but I actually kind of fell in love with it, and subsequently […]

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Oogee Wawa – More Sand than Money

Written by on 18 August 2015

Oogee Wawa – More Sand than Money URL: http://oogeewawa.com/ Following the tradition of the white boy reggae/rap/ska/alternative style, Oogee Wawa brings a sonic shakedown that calls to mind 311, the Beastie Boy, Sublime and The Madness. More Sand than Money is a perfect album to drink liquor and chase girls too. Even within the limiting […]

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The Left Ready – Ghost

Written by on 6 August 2015

The Left Ready – Ghost URL: http://theleftready.com/ Rock fans rejoice, the art form is clearly alive and well in 2015! Rock has received a monstrous reincarnation in recent years, what with bands like Mastodon, The Sword, Wolfmother, Rival Sons, Silversun Pickups, The Black Keys and more dominating the Billboard Charts equally alongside all of the […]

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AB Clyde and the Kitty Litters – Muscle Beach

Written by on 1 August 2015

AB Clyde and the Kitty Litters – Muscle Beach FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ABClyde Considerable gumption went into the writing and recording of this album. The music and songwriting alike invites easy comparisons to Jimmy Buffett or John Prine, but Clyde sings like someone blissfully unaware of any connections. Stretching a serio-comic vibe out over the course of […]

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Ron Louis Smith II – The Prince of Sunshine

Written by on 1 August 2015

Ron Louis Smith II – The Prince of Sunshine FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/RONLSHOUSE The Prince of Sunshine, released through Sunpire Records, marks Ron Louis Smith II’s first significant foray into a genre his father helped popularize. The son and nephew of the Smith Brothers, critical pieces in KC and the Sunshine Band’s legendary horn section, has musical […]

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Kwame Binea Shakedown

Written by on 24 July 2015

Kwame Binea Shakedown Primary URL: http://www.kwamebineashakedown.com/ Kwame Binea’s personal and artistic evolution extends from his Ghanaian descent, a childhood spent in London and New Jersey, and considerable experience fronting an assortment of musical outfits since his teenage years. Binea and the band’s seven other musicians draw from a deep reservoir of musical influences – reggae, […]

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Optimus Rex

Written by on 23 July 2015

Band: Optimus Rex CD: Embers Genre: Alt-Rock URL – http://www.feralghost.com/ From St. Louis comes alt-pop-rockers Optimus Rex who just released their latest 9 Track CD entitled “Embers” in 2015. Optimus Rex are Songwriter Nick Stergos and Bassist Jeremy Carpenter have been churning out music together in and around St. Louis since 2001. Right from the start […]

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Landon Williams – “Tonight” single review

Written by on 22 July 2015

Landon Williams – “Tonight” single review http://landonwilliamsmusic.com/ Genuine stylists don’t come along too often. The life of a musical chameleon has limited commercial appeal and, after the initial novelty wears off, certain resentments invariably set in directed at some performers. Others, however, never work in such an indelible way that they can’t maintain a strong […]

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