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5 January 2022

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Elizabeth Sombart’s “Singing the Nocturnes” LP

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In what initially resembles a stumble-step, melodic keys flagrantly knock into one another, soon to form a harmony for the senses that is next to impossible to compete with, especially if you’ve got an ear for classical music as I do. This is “Nocturnes, Op. 9 No. 3 in B Major, Allegretto,” from Elizabeth Sombart’s […]

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21 December 2021

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EP TITLED GENESIS – VIKKI SOTA

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Those who are into the underground rap scene have already been buzzing about the music of Vikki Sota all year long, but this December, the conversation is shifting towards the future as his new EP Genesis prepares to drop. We already know Sota’s story and the passion he has for the craft; truthfully, anyone who listens to […]

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1 December 2021

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Barry Muir’s New Single “Weathered the Storm”

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Everyone in the pop underground seems to be favoring rustic aesthetics over anything modern and futuristic-minded, save for one artist by the name of Barry Muir. Muir’s new single “Weathered the Storm” is a unique addition to the music of his scene this autumn in that it has a very new school feel to its […]

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1 December 2021

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BD Gottfried’s Entrancing Onion Doves 

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Between swarthy keys and fat synth melodies, the title track in BD Gottfried’s entrancing Onion Doves wraps its tight hook around us and refuses to let go – perhaps the perfect demonstration of what its creator is so adept at both in and outside of the studio. In songs like this one and the tenacious blood-pumper “Earth […]

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11 November 2021

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“Talk Like a Musician” by Joe Piket

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I didn’t expect this. I haven’t heard The Bangles’ 80’s hit “Talk Like an Egyptian” in many years so I didn’t immediately read the title for Joe Piket’s new single “Talk Like a Musician” and think, oh, hey, Joe Piket does The Bangles? It’s far from a literal cover. Long Island, New York’s “edgier Billy […]

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30 October 2021

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“Even The Undertaker” by Once Great Estate

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The Florida woods sound of Once Great Estate is captured in full glory on Even The Undertaker, as it makes no secret about it from song to song. This amazing Folk group go from subtle to intense at every turn, without going over the top with out of period modern factors. Each track remains true […]

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29 October 2021

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 Three Piece Vicous Kitty Releases “Mr. Darkness”

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Thick, riddled with smooth overdrive, and tonally resonating with the tube amp-worshiping classic rocker in all of us, there’s no stopping the charisma of the riffage you’re going to hear in the new single “Mr. Darkness” from Vicious Kitty this fall. Rather than hitting us with a barrage of indulgent noise right off the top […]

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23 October 2021

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Parker Longbough Releases “Off Front Street” 

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Off Front Street has eight of the most unique songs you’ll hear in 2021. No one can claim Parker Longbough isn’t engaged with life. Finding songwriting inspiration in subjects as varied as a gorilla saving the life of a three year old, champion sledder Dallas Seavey’s dog doping controversy, and time-tested topics like love after divorce […]

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1 September 2021

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Tides from The Transonics

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With so much experimentalism blowing up in the underground at the moment, there’s been a lot of debate among critics as to what constitutes smart compositional dabbling and what is merely a cheap recreation of Sonic Youth, but in the case of the new record Tides from The Transonics, I think the talent of the creators speaks […]

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19 August 2021

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“Grown Up Love” by Ben Bostick

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Americana is an easy label to slap on Ben Bostick’s new album Grown Up Love but misses the larger picture. Bostick utilizes an assortment of traditional instruments seldom used in modern songwriting and his influences skew towards the blues/folk end of the spectrum but, more than anything else, these tracks are an auditory document, an autobiographical statement […]

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