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1 August 2015

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AB Clyde and the Kitty Litters – Muscle Beach

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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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1 August 2015

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Ron Louis Smith II – The Prince of Sunshine

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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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24 July 2015

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Kwame Binea Shakedown

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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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23 July 2015

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Optimus Rex

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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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22 July 2015

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Landon Williams – “Tonight” single review

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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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22 July 2015

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Rachel London

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Rachel London “Runnin’” single review Primary URL: http://rachellondonmusic.com/ Rachel London, a Los Angeles based singer/songwriter, has a long personal history in the performing arts, but it’s only in recent years that her endeavors have brought her into the musical arena. During her brief but thus-far successful career, London has released singles and shared the stage […]

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16 July 2015

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Call Security – To Whom It May Concern

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Call Security – To Whom It May Concern FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thishasonlyjustbegun Hoppy and boppy to the extreme, New Yorkers Call Security bring to mind The Killers, Of Monsters and Men, perhaps a little Coldplay and a hook-y indie formula that’s been a tried and true blueprint for many before them.  It’s definitely a bit catchy although […]

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13 July 2015

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Link: Jukely Go to Unlimited Shows for a Low Monthly Rate

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There’s a new service called Jukely that allows you to go to unlimited shows for a low monthly rate! Jukely is only available in certain cities (Philadelphia being one of them). I’m impressed with the amount of shows they have involved with this service. If you go to at least 2 shows per month, this […]

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11 July 2015

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Crimson Chrysalis – Enraptured

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Crimson Chrysalis – Enraptured URL: http://crimsonchrysalis.com/ The haunting strains of Crimson Chrysalis’ music have a decidedly theatrical and cinematic air, as if they are budding soundtracks for an epic production, but they are likewise sophisticated musical excursions and contain loads of evidence that the band, at heart, are storytellers. Perhaps their storytelling style isn’t entirely […]

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10 July 2015

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Sydney Alese – Time

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Sydney Alese – Time SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/sydneyalese-1 Mesa, Arizona native Sydney Alese’s latest release Time is a ten song collection of surprising musical diversity. It isn’t often that you’ll find modern performers grounded in pop music who never allows that to stop them from branching out in various musical directions. The multitude of voices Alese conjures […]

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