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24 August 2016

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Cody Webb

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Cody Webb URL: http://codywebbcountry.com/music/ It is hard, through the din of fresh voices and faces, to glean the true talents rising through the ranks of modern country music. It isn’t your father’s genre anymore – that much is apparent. While many of the songwriting formulas remain valid and intact, a new generation of performers has […]

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22 August 2016

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Angie and the Deserters – Blood Like Wine

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Angie and the Deserters – Blood Like Wine URL: http://www.angieandthedeserters.com/ The most recent release from Angie and the Deserters, a six song EP collective entitled Blood Like Wine, is one of the best shots of American music you have heard in recent memory. The band tosses up a compelling stew of rock, blues, and country […]

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22 August 2016

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Suzan’ah Free – Sweet Tropical Dreams

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Suzan’ah Free – Sweet Tropical Dreams URL: http://www.suzanahfree.com/ I have to be totally honest and say that the artist name “Suzan’ah Free” is a totally new to me. I have never ever heard of her, so I guess that means that preconceptions and prejudices can be left at the door. Now, reading into the artists […]

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19 August 2016

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Paul Kloschinsky – Nobody Knows

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URL: http://www.kloschinsky.com/ Paul Kloschinsky’s career as an indie singer/songwriter has produced four well-received and finely crafted works. His latest release, Nobody Knows, doesn’t take any unexpected turns, per se, but it accurately reflects Kloschinsky’s growing mastery. The ten songs here primarily confine themselves to folk posturing, but he’s adept enough as an arranger and musician […]

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19 August 2016

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Spark and Whisper – Monument

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Spark and Whisper – Monument URL: http://www.sparkandwhisper.com/ Spark and Whisper is the perfect moniker for these long-running, Bay Area country bluesers as their music contains equals parts cool breeze and nitroglycerin guitar riffage. No, the duo of Anita Sandwina and Velvy Appleton aren’t playing heavy metal or pulverizing psychedelic hard rock, but nonetheless they peddle […]

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16 August 2016

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The Spiders – Election Day (Single)

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The Spiders – Election Day (Single) URL: http://www.thespidersband.com/ So either you are an US citizen or not, you are more than likely aware of this year’s Presidential Election and I got to say, having watched tons of documentaries from the 50s to this day, if I am not mistake this gotta be one of the […]

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9 August 2016

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Sir Ivan – Imagine: The Remixes

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Sir Ivan – Imagine: The Remixes URL: http://sirivan.com/ Sir Ivan’s latest release, Imagine: The Remixes, takes a look back at his initial success with a cover of John Lennon’s classic “Imagine”. Ivan has assembled an all star cast of top dance producers and DJ’s to give their individual spin to his initial effort and each […]

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8 August 2016

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Callie Hopper – Out of the Shadows

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Callie Hopper – Out of the Shadows URL: http://www.calliehopper.com/ Callie Hopper’s second album finds her building well on the merits of her debut album, 2014’s Notes on Love and Such, yet expanding on its sonic base with a thoughtful and often exciting blend of multiple styles. Artists the caliber of Callie Hopper will not be […]

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5 August 2016

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Cadence Kid

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Cadence Kid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Cadencekid/ Taking “Hold On Me” from the pick of three singles this year in the shape of the very popular “XTC” to his first single “Whistling Your Name” is hard without mentioning them all. Cadence Kid is an aspiring artist with a lot of talent behind him working with orchestras and other […]

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4 August 2016

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Dave Diamond – Trois

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Dave Diamond – Trois URL: http://www.davediamondmusic.com/ From the very opening spin of Dave Diamond’s newest album, Trois, you are immediately transported back to the rock n roll music times of the late 60’s through the jamming and rocking determinants of the 70’s. Straight out of the box and on to your player each and every track continues […]

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