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26 May 2020

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“Why Oh Why” from Walker’s Cay

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Crashing drums. Angst-ridden vocals. Passion-filled basslines that penetrate a fiery riff without mercy. No matter where you look in the punishingly metallic universe created within “Why Oh Why” from Walker’s Cay, menacing musicality is waiting to wash over you. The same can be said for the profoundly progressive “Tell Me” as well, but if you […]

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26 May 2020

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Abernathy/Webb musical partnership release new Album

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The menacing moan of the string harmony in “Wish the Wars Were All Over.” The melodic swing of “Tribulations.” The smoky-voiced introduction that comes in the form of “The Spirit of Appalachia.” Whether instrumental, lyrical, poetic or plain-spoken, there are no shortage of means through which Appalachian Road Show are committed to conveying their musical […]

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22 May 2020

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“Marry Me Margaret” by Randall Wheatley

Written by on 22 May 2020

Storytelling is an art form as old as humanity itself. It takes a special kind of person to truly give a wild tale a sense of passion and intrigue for the audience they’re conveying it to, and in Randall Wheatley, we find this very person. Wheatley delivers a strange and evocative story unlike any other […]

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22 May 2020

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EDM artist Hourstone drops new Single

Written by on 22 May 2020

The word ‘river’ can evoke many emotions and serve as a sign for movement, sorrow or simply just water. In EDM artist Hourstone’s newest release “Not A River (Still The Rain Remix)”, is a journey of emotional driven trance meets traditional house mix flavor. With an appetite for dance and a laser focused rhythm, the […]

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21 May 2020

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Mark Conklin – Starting Over (EP)

Written by on 21 May 2020

I’ve always believed it signals a note of confidence when a musical artist begins a release with the title song. Mark Conklin’s “Starting Over” has an opening line many songwriters would open a vein for and only gets better from there. He’s surrounded himself with a first class crew of supporting musicians who are keyed […]

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21 May 2020

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“R U IN” by Heartour (a/k/a Jason Young)

Written by on 21 May 2020

Heartour’s songwriter and creative engine Jason Young has spent the last few years carving out a musical niche in the modern scene for music that simultaneously embraces time-tested fundamentals and the possibilities of the current moment. His fifth release under the Heartour banner, R U IN, begins with the track “Brain” and finds Young serving up […]

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19 May 2020

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Revilution – Phantoms (SINGLE)

Written by on 19 May 2020

Moreno Valley, California’s Revilution returns with a new single entitled “Phantoms”. Dan Seitz’s five piece outfit began in 2011 as an one man project with Seitz handling each aspect of the musical presentation working alongside creative partner Marie Burgess. His lyrical content has a more intellectual bent than many of his contemporaries, but a single […]

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15 May 2020

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Ilyah releases hot “Habibi” Video/Single

Written by on 15 May 2020

“I’m the type to open up once you let me into your heart” explains a vulnerable Ilyah in one of the more memorable verses of his new single and music video “Habibi.” Poetic in style and pure in tone, his words are essential to the fluidity of this track, but they’re far from the only […]

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13 May 2020

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Anthony Rufo’s Passionate Presence LP

Written by on 13 May 2020

A mixture of metallic and jazzy in “I Am 2,” viciously overdriven in “Empty” or uncompromisingly bluesy in “No End In Sight,” the string play isn’t always the most virtuosic in Passionate Presence, but it’s always the most defining element in this fascinating new album from Anthony Rufo. Virtuosity comes more in the form of […]

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8 May 2020

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Blue for Black release new Single/Lyric Video

Written by on 8 May 2020

“And though I come and go / This is just for show / And though I won’t say so / Please don’t let me let you go” sings a soft voice of vitality in the midst of “The Elegant Charade” by Blue for Black, the dreaminess of the nearby instrumentation seamlessly entwining with the words. […]

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