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7 October 2018

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Bill McBirnie releases new Album

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FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/extremeflute/ Bill McBirnie and Bernie Senensky aren’t playing games with their new collaborative full length The Silent Wish – they’re straight up cratering the modern jazz world with their ambitious drive to make intrepid music for intrepid times. In 2018, everything is about change, and by change I mean being bigger and better than all that […]

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6 October 2018

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James Lee Baker – Home Again (LP)

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URL: https://jamesleebaker.com/ The distant playing of an acoustic guitar is punctuated with a glistening yet smoky lap steel that guides us towards the vocal of James Lee Baker in the opening bars of the song “If I Stay Here With You,” a stellar slice of folk rock magic found in his new album Home Again. “There […]

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5 October 2018

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Ted Hajnasiewicz releases Single

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BANDCAMP: https://tedhtunes.bandcamp.com/ Ted Hajnasiewicz comes out of Minneapolis with a special sound all his own, it’s very spiritual and undeniably awesome. His new single “This Town Is Not For Me” and it’s a mellow cut this time out, but he has a variety of different speeds to him. He’s an acoustic player but also gets […]

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4 October 2018

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Saint Jaimz – Absent Without Love (AWOL)

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NUMBER ONE MUSIC: https://www.numberonemusic.com/saintjaimz “AWOL (Absent Without Love)” is the latest single from California based singer/songwriter Saint Jaimz, a sixteen year US Army veteran who has turned his life in a much different direction once leaving the armed forces. Though I’m sure Jaimz doesn’t regret a single day he spent serving his country, even a […]

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4 October 2018

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Sarah Clanton – Here We Are

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SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/sarahclanton Fusing insightful jazz sensibilities with a touch of Americana and the grooves of contemporary pop, cellist and singer/songwriter Sarah Clanton delivers a performance for the ages in her all new album Here We Are, which hits record stores everywhere this November. If you’ve been paying close attention to the indie underground lately, then you […]

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28 September 2018

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Brother Reverend release LP

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FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/brotherreverend 2018 has been literally bursting at the seams with cerebral pop that has allowed for a resurgence in neo-psychedelia, ambient and progressive music unlike anything critics or market experts could have anticipated. There’s been such a high volume of new artists to talk about, but none has received as much praise nor attention […]

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28 September 2018

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Nate Smith releases new music

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URL: http://www.thenatesmithband.com/ “None of These Things” isn’t the kind of song that you’ll likely find on your local Top 40 radio station, but for those of us who prefer to go underground when looking for new artists, Nate Smith’s slab of bluesy revolt is exactly the kind of song that belongs on our favorite playlist. […]

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26 September 2018

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Cindy G release amazing new LP

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URL: http://www.cindygbluegrass.com/ As a music critic, I come in contact with all types of records – some good, some bad, but the majority of which are only worth cherry picking for the singles and chart topping hits. I review everything from pop to hip-hop to country, and when I came across bluegrass musician Cindy G’s […]

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25 September 2018

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Alya Michelson – Puppet Strings

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URL: https://www.alyaofficial.com/ Alya Michelson’s biography testifies to the importance of staying focused on your dreams and heeding your inner voice. Michelson wanted to be a singer and musician from childhood, but her well-intentioned parents urged her to find a more practical living and she relented by attending Moscow State University where she distinguished herself as […]

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24 September 2018

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In/Vertigo – Bad Enemy

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WATCH THE VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YeUA7Yf-KQ Based out of the Calgary, Canada area, In/Vertigo is a four piece hard rock outfit poised to release a four song EP this fall entitled Sex, Love, and Chaos. Based on the initial single “Bad Enemy”, it is apparent that In/Vertigo are set to build on the impressive reputation they’ve already […]

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