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27 March 2015

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Moors and McCumber Pandemonium

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Moors and McCumber Primary URL: http://www.moorsandmccumber.com/ Most folk bands can’t seem to update an age-old sound into the future. That’s not saying that the genre needs it.  It really doesn’t have to perform such a function to have merit, but the only way new sounds can be created is by making a hodgepodge stew and […]

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26 March 2015

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ILLacrimo

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ILLacrimo FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/illacrimo ILLacrimo is the beginning of a collaboration with Matteo Cifelli (Betty Poison, il Divo, Helene Fisher, Mike & The Mechanics) for the recording of their first self-titled EP, mixed at the Fastermaster studio in London under his supervision. It’s a female fronted metal/alternative rock band from Italy with all the right moves […]

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24 March 2015

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VoxMirage

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VoxMirage URL: http://www.voxmirage.com/ Mike Streng is the singer songwriter and guitarist for Voxmirage, a jazzy  pop act based out of Seattle and Los Angeles. This is a self-titled release  with a lot of throwback yet modern qualities in which Streng combines  effectively. It goes from one end of the pop canon to the next, with  […]

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19 March 2015

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Zolnegro

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Zolnegro http://www.reverbnation.com/zolnegro Zolnegro, all though I myself could not understand the lyrics, had a very nice multi-rock genre sound. With dynamic guitar and nice bass matched with great drum rhythms they’re fun to listen to. They have a certain grungy sound that almost takes you back to a show you would go to in the […]

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19 March 2015

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Mike Kropman

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While listening to “City Streets,” by P. Mike Kropman, I was immediately impressed. It sounds like a country song with and indie twist. He’s definitely unique and that will bring him up and help get his name out there. YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/11Sabba The “P” in Mike’s name stands for pastor. You can hear in his […]

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19 March 2015

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Mark A Williams

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Mark A Williams JANGO: http://www.jango.com/music/Mark+A+Williams?l=0 Mark A Williams reels you in with his amazing voice and nice instrumentals. With His refreshing lyrics about his love for the Lord. The lyrics are very uplifting and send a great message. With a voice like his and instrumentals with nice levels and tone I believe this would be […]

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19 March 2015

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Donald Robinson

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Donald Robinson JANGO: http://www.jango.com/music/Donald+Robinson?l=0 Donald Robinson is a pop and blues singer from New York. His rendition of “Love Me Tender,” is not the best but does not lack potential. Listening to Donald’s rendition, I felt a bit bored. The sound was very muffled and not well recorded. A very expensive sound mixing computer designed […]

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19 March 2015

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Don Slepian

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Don Slepian Sounds like: Jean Michel Jarre, Wendy Carlos, Yanni URL: http://donslepian.com/ Computer music was born back in 1958 in Max Mathew’s sound lab, at what was then the Bell Telephone Labs research center in Murray Hill, New Jersey. From 1979 through 1981, I was “Artist In Residence” at the Labs. Most of my time […]

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19 March 2015

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Citizen Corps

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Citizen Corps  Citizen Corps are a patriotic, vocal-pop group from Upstate New York. When I first listened to their song “American Resolve 911 Dedication,” I was impressed by the powerful words they put together to pay tribute to those fallen in 9/11. It’s very enlightening to see a group so passionate for their country, and […]

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18 March 2015

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Paul Kloschinsky – Better Late Than Never

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Paul Kloschinsky – Better Late Than Never URL: http://www.kloschinsky.com/ It’s easy to know how to categorize an artist like Paul Kloschinsky. Citing from his bio: Paul Kloschinsky is a Folk Rock Singer Songwriter from Delta, BC, Canada. He won the 2007 MusicAid Award for Best Canadian Songwriter for my original song Wearin’ Blue. He just […]

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