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Josh Phillips – New Beginnings

Written by on 23 February 2016

Josh Phillips – New Beginnings Primary URL: http://thejoshphillips.com/ Josh Phillips combines an impeccable musical education and clear artistic vision on his debut EP New Beginnings. This is another pop country entry in a musical universal increasingly dominated by heavy-handed practitioners of the form, but Phillips is a refreshing breath of fresh air in this crowded […]

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Claudia Norris – Shine

Written by on 23 February 2016

Claudia Norris – Shine URL: http://www.claudianorris.ca/ After a pair of successful EP releases on the indie circuit that charted on several radio stations (Hello, Hello and her debut Love, Claudia), Canadian singer/songwriter Claudia Norris presents her best collection of tunes to date, Shine. The four tracks give you a taste of what the singer has […]

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Voice of Men – This Is My War (feat. Ameen Misran)

Written by on 19 February 2016

Voice of Men – This Is My War (feat. Ameen Misran) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/VoiceOfMenProduction/ Remember when the first impression of listening to a song stuck out more than seeing a musician perform live? There is an undeniable power hold when it comes to hearing a song without knowing the voices behind it. The new single from […]

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Champ de Mars – Back From The West

Written by on 16 February 2016

Champ de Mars – Back From The West SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/champsdemars Champ de Mars is a group founded by singer-songwriter David Emerick, who has been an active front-man of various alternative and indie bands in the California area since the nineties. The most successful of his groups, Bellstar, worked the bay area for a solid eight […]

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Adam Levy – Naubinway

Written by on 16 February 2016

Adam Levy – Naubinway URL: http://www.adamlevymusic.com/ Adam Levy delivers nothing less than an original, exciting sound on his latest album Naubinway. A veteran of several bands that play everything from soul and funk to electronica and experimental, the unstoppable Levy serves up a smorgasbord of sound on this thirteen track recording. Dedicated to his son […]

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The Selfish Generation LP – Under the Bodhi Tree

Written by on 10 February 2016

The Selfish Generation LP – Under the Bodhi Tree SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/under-the-bodhi-tree Set for a big release on the 12th of February, 2016, The Selfish Generation is Under the Bodhi Tree’s latest album. Under the Bodhi Tree is a psychedelic blues alternative rock band out of Bainbridge Island, in Seattle. They have been rocking Seattle shows […]

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Reflectivore

Written by on 10 February 2016

Album – Reflectivore (EP) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reflectivore/156843831064252 Let’s be honest for just a second shall we. I get a lot of albums sent my way for review and I mean a lot. Most of them don’t do anything for me. They don’t always get happily placed in the CD player, but the ones that do usually […]

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Chris Lind – Drive

Written by on 5 February 2016

Chris Lind – Drive URL: http://chrislindmusic.com/ Chris Lind has become a driving force in the New York City music scene. “A dazzling singer-songwriter a la Jeff Buckley and Nick Drake…” – Chronogram Magazine. He’s developed a unique and personal sound, defined by soaring vocals and hauntingly beautiful melodies. Beyond a solid background in rock and […]

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The Wild Waiting – Stay Gold

Written by on 3 February 2016

The Wild Waiting – Stay Gold URL: http://thewildwaiting.com/ This four piece from the Boston area has honed their penchant for European flavored power pop to an impressive extent for a debut effort. Stay Gold’s six tracks are fully realized musical works with melodic depth and a tour de force vocal from lead singer Gav. The […]

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Johnny Goldstein – An Elegy For The Lost City

Written by on 3 February 2016

Johnny Goldstein – An Elegy For The Lost City URL: http://anelegyforthelostcity.com/ Johnny Goldstein is a Woodstock Generation New Orleanian, forced upriver to St. Louis by life’s circumstance. An award-winning songwriter/composer, guitarist, beloved teacher and producer and now, an author, Goldstein was influenced by Dickens, Twain, John Irving, Vonnegut, Kozinski and Koontz. He’s an easily-crazed Cardinal […]

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