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8 March 2021

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Underneath the Ground” by Jeremy Rice

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It’s awfully hard to do anything in the pop/rock genre that hasn’t already been done before, but this isn’t stopping folks like Jeremy Rice from trying their best to break new ground in a style of music as familiar to the planet as oxygen. Rice’s new single “Underneath the Ground” is more or less an […]

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8 March 2021

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Raquel Kiaraa Releases Debut Single

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Romance is in the air this February, and turning up the thermostat with her rich vocal is none other than rookie sensation Raquel Kiaraa, whose debut single and music video “Love to the Moon” is raising quite a few eyebrows on either side of the northern border this season. Kiaraa’s voice is a cross between […]

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3 March 2021

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Alan Bibey & Grasstowne – Hitchhiking to California LP

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With a happy strut that finds quarter in a couple of different tracks on Hitchhiking to California, “I Want to Be Loved (But Only by You)” invites us closer to its melodic charms with an easy rhythm just about any listener is guaranteed to find endearing this spring. Although it’s hardly the only reason to pick […]

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3 February 2021

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Exclusive Interview with Joey Stuckey

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Hi Joey! Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! Glad to chat anytime! How do you normally start your day? I do 3 things first thing when I get up. Kiss my sweet wife Jennifer. Coffee take my first dose of medicine. As a blind brain tumor survivor, I have to take a […]

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30 January 2021

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Oberon Rose’s Holographic Blues

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Though frequently presented with a poppy edge that could be attributed as much to a British Invasion influence as it would be a post-punk self-awareness by most indie critics, the guitars are a fiercely brawny element to behold in Oberon Rose’s Holographic Blues. Whether it be the jangly “Miss Lonely Heart,” piano-adorned “A New Song” or […]

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19 January 2021

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“You’re My Little Cowgirl” from Dudley Allen.

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The heart swells with joy while listening to the new song “You’re My Little Cowgirl” from Dudley Allen. A song fit for the mid-afternoon charm-hour, or a weekend reflection, Allen is at his best when he’s singing from his heart. It’s only a matter of time where the country and Americana fanbase turn their attention […]

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7 January 2021

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“That’s What Winston Churchill Said” – Tom Tikka

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With his newest release That’s What Winston Churchill Said, Tom Tikka makes me excited about the future by revisiting his past. A majority of these songs on this EP were written years ago, some like the albums tonally jarring ender “A Good Thing Going On” were written when Tikka was just 18, but you’d be […]

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7 January 2021

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Jeremy Parsons’ Releases New LP

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If there’s one word to best describe Jeremy Parsons’ brand of music, it would be authentic. The Nashville resident and former Texas native has captivated audiences in the US and Europe for the past decade with his brand of powerful lyrics, clever humor and a palpable sense of enjoyment with what he’s done. It’s a […]

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18 December 2020

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Evan Troop’s debut collection The Next Chapter EP

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Evan Troop’s debut collection, The Next Chapter, is packed with melodic guitars and riveting percussion. Troop can sing pretty damn well, too. A country rocker, with a rock and roll problem, these songs meet at the crossroads of Americana and Texas gumption. No one out there is sounding as good as Dallas’ Troop. Not even […]

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15 December 2020

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The Nesrallah Artuso Project Releases New Music

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The Nesrallah Artuso Project, a mouthful culmination of said artists Danny Artuso and Victor Nesrallah’s digital release of Wearing the Blues feels like a strange, experimental hybrid that harkens back to the days of Dwight Yoakam’s invention of ‘hillbilly’ urban cowboy music or Zac Brown Band’s more recent influential fusion of country with EDM. Really the genre […]

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