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14 June 2015

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The Gypsy Lumberjacks release Giants of America

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The Gypsy Lumberjacks release Giants of America Primary URL: http://www.gypsylumberjacks.com/ Roots music never charts or captures the zeitgeist much, but despite revolutionary changes in our world over the last half century, new generations of musicians from every walk of life have gravitated to folk music from a wide variety of sources. The Gypsy Lumberjacks, a […]

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11 June 2015

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Brett Vogel – Never Giving Up

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Brett Vogel – Never Giving Up Primary URL: http://brettvogelmusic.com/ Brett Vogel is obviously positioning himself for a long career. There’s a careful line of development observers can trace from his first album through the continued flowering heard on his new full-length effort, Never Giving Up. While a number of his influences are more modern, Vogel […]

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10 June 2015

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The Magnificent Birds release Kaleidoscope

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Artist: The Magnificent Birds of Prey Album: Kaleidoscope Label: Independent Artist Website: http://magnificentbirdsofprey.tumblr.com/ Genre: Alternative Rock, Punk, Indie College Rock Sounds Like: The Cult, Sublime, Cake, Dinosaur Jr. Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Flaming Lips Technical Grade: 8/10 Production/Musicianship Grade: 8/10 Commercial Value: 8/10 Overall Talent Level: 8/10 Songwriting Skills: 7/10 Performance Skill: […]

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9 June 2015

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Four Sides By Honor by August

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Four Sides by Honor By August URL: https://www.facebook.com/HonorByAugustFAN After releasing four albums and two EPs, ‘Honor By August’ is now offering their latest album, ‘Four Sides’ with four different tracks from their preferred genre of rock. The band is essentially a quartet with Michael Pearsall as the lead vocalist, Evan Field on the guitar, Chris […]

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4 June 2015

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Dan Coyle drops new album

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Dan Coyle – Perfect Word. Perfect Beat. URL: http://www.dancoyle.com/ Dan Coyle is still a relative newcomer to performing, but he’s logged countless miles and broken guitar strings since his 2008 debut. His latest release, a six song EP entitled Perfect Word Perfect Beat, is a relatively straight-forward collection It reflects a certain amount of daring, […]

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4 June 2015

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Kat Perkins – Fearless

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Kat Perkins – Fearless URL: http://katperkinsmusic.com/ Using an inspirational story to help increase exposure for new artists is common, but Kat Perkins never does that. Her debut EP, Fearless, devotes only its title song to any obviously autobiographically driven material. It never plays as a craven move from her. Instead, she weaves an emotional vocal […]

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2 June 2015

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Ryan Aderrey drops new single

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Ryan Aderrey “Breathe the World In” URL: http://www.ryanaderrey.com/ No one will blame you for not expecting much. Not even Ryan Aderrey. His new single, “Breathe the World In”, is an unintentional response to successive generations of nascent or now iconic pop stars who’ve forsaken anything resembling a substantive or sincere statement. He is an articulate […]

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1 June 2015

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Marco Restrepo releases Lonely Hearts Club

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Marco Restrepo releases Lonely Hearts Club URL: http://www.marcorestrepo.com/ From Georgia emerges a new yet upcoming guitarist/producer named Marco Restrepo who just released his latest release entitled “Lonely Hearts Club” in 2014. As a music fans aficionado who’s strictly a voyeur, a writer who’s never played a lick or tried to fit different musical components together […]

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1 June 2015

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Ken Francis Wenzel

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Ken Francis Wenzel URL: http://kenwenzelmusic.com/ According to Webster, a troubadour is “one of a class of lyric poets and poet-musicians often of knightly rank” or the current vernacular “a singer especially of folk songs”. The tradition of folk singers dates back to the 12th century when traveling minstrels roamed the European countryside telling stories of […]

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1 June 2015

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Y Fly to London

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Y Fly to London URL: http://yfly2london.com/music From New Jersey, Y Fly to London is an independent rock band featuring members Nick DeStefano, Chris Hopp , Rob Beaupre, and Bill McCloskey, it also featured the late great Benjy King (Scandal & Patty Smyth), James Lewis (The Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Donnie Kisselbach (Alice Cooper), Mark Pender, Stan Harrison, […]

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