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11 January 2019

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Sex People dispense a stunner of a debut EP

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The aptly named Sex People dispense a stunner of a debut EP with the release of the all new Cal-Island: Season 1, a five track walkthrough of their rambunctious electropop sound. Featuring original beats that echo against enormous synthesizers and dynamic string arrangements, songs like “Sanctuary City,” “No West Left” and “Mr. Emperor” challenge listeners to […]

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10 January 2019

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John Vento releases “Love, Lust & Other Wreckage”

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AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Love-Lust-Other-Wreckage-Vento/dp/B07K1MDLFC Heartland rock flirts shamelessly with the unvarnished edges of the alternative ethos in Love, Lust & Other Wreckage, the brand new full length album from none other than Pennsylvanian hotshot John Vento. For those who aren’t aware, Vento’s spent time fronting such energetic units as The Businessmen and Nied’s Hotel Band, but it’s his […]

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9 January 2019

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Danise Esswein releases thought provoking EP

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D With a mighty gift to share and a stunning knack for making a simple song feel like a larger than life testament to God’s greatness, Danise Esswein’s Love is Here captures the identity of modern Christian pop music wonderfully and brings forth one of its most exciting young talents. Esswein shines in four sumptuously smooth and […]

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8 January 2019

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Cwiredband’s new record Angel Circuit Engaged

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Warm feedback slithers through our speakers and takes hold of our attention as we enter the title track of Cwiredband’s new record Angel Circuit Engaged, their follow up to their much-buzzed Omega EP also released last year. Before long, that feedback is harnessed and transformed into a scorcher of a melody produced by a feverish lead guitar and […]

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7 January 2019

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Dizzy Box Nine’s all new album Pop Fantasy

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Smart lyrics, punky rhythms and metallic riffs come together to make an unforgettable thrill ride in Dizzy Box Nine’s all new album Pop Fantasy. Thirteen stylishly appointed tracks blast us with everything from huge harmonies, like those in “Anytime, Anyplace,” “Lost and Found” and the brute “Maybe,” to thunderous storms of percussion and gilded bass, ala […]

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6 January 2019

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Starla Starshine releases new EP

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Sporting the moniker that she does, one would be half-inclined to assume that Californian indie rock singer/songwriter Starla Starshine is a puritan folk artist in the tradition of the 1960’s Free Love movement, but quite the contrary is true. As anyone who gives her new EP Red Lagoon a spin will find out in its three sterling […]

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4 January 2019

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Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout – Bluegrass Gospel from the Pen of Rick Lang

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DEEZER: https://www.deezer.com/en/album/73952312 Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout – Bluegrass Gospel from the Pen of Rick Lang wastes no time sinking its sly country hooks into our soul with Dave Adkins’ performance of “Thinkin’ Outside the Box,” a roaring bluegrass swinger that slaps us with faith-riddled lyrics that rise from the darkness and quickly absorb every inch of […]

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21 December 2018

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Angelo Davis drops new Single

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Pop music as a whole has a somewhat bad reputation for recycling generic themes a little too often to be taken seriously, but that isn’t the case with rising star Angelo David’s new single “This Place,” which wastes no time capturing our attention with a sly synth-led beat that is stirring and evocative. David is […]

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17 December 2018

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Project Grand Slam release Greetings from Serbia

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The 23 year history of the Nišville Jazz Festival, held in the Ancient Fortress of Niš, Serbia, has created its own legend as a hotbed for providing some of the most memorable festival experiences in the music world. The latest musical document bolstering its reputation, Project Grand Slam’s Greetings from Serbia, is likewise another high point […]

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17 December 2018

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Lana Blac’s “Suck You In”

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Industrial grooves fused with a molten hot bass make up the framework of Lana Blac’s “Suck You In,” the latest and possibly most jarring single by the young singer to date. Cut from her new album Nocturnal, “Suck You In” flirts with more of a Candlemass-style doom than the other tracks that the LP has to […]

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