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1 July 2021

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Musician Paul Rocha Releases New Music

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Indie rock’s greatest moments have always been born of experimentations rebellious and reckless alike, and Paul Rocha’s new LP Apophenia seems to embody a little bit of both inside of its ten captivating tracks. From the haunting, Beat Happening-style “Sister Silhouette” to the fiercer “Sweet Marianne,” Apophenia sees Rocha dabbling in poetic complexities more than he is instrumental virtuosities, […]

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18 June 2021

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Pistols At Dawn Release EP

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When it comes to maintaining consistency in content and energy, the guys in Pistols At Dawn are experts. Any project you listen to by them feels as concise and focused as the last, and their latest EP, Nocturnal Youth, is no exception. The four tracks are all extremely well-produced, and they each feel inevitably destined […]

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12 June 2021

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“Don’t Look Down” by Doug Kistner

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Doug Kistner’s “Don’t Look Down” is the latest single from the New Jersey singer and keyboardist. Kistner has an extensive history working as a touring musician who has shared stages with a variety of acts such as John Waite, Chicago’s Danny Seraphine, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, as well as Blood Sweat and Tears. He has a […]

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11 June 2021

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GREYE Releases New Album

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2020 was probably the most devastating year rock music has endured in a long time, and it had almost nothing to do with the prime talent rocking the American underground these days. One of my favorite indie acts at the moment, Greye has a new album in So Far So Good out this summer that seeks to […]

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11 June 2021

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“Five Rings” by DICI

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The youth are the future, and the music industry, in particular, seems directly affected by this more than most areas of entertainment with the ever-changing fads and social media platforms ebbing and flowing harder than the tide. With the colossal rise of youth musicians like Billie Eilish, Noah Cyrus, and Lil Nas X in the […]

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7 June 2021

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Tedi Brunetti – The Queen of Pittsburgh

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Attaining a new lease on life in the wake of already going through the wringer that is the music industry once before can be as enlightening as it might be daunting. For singer-songwriter-drummer-bandleader Tedi Brunetti (talk about a multi-hyphenate), that first go-around happened to take place in the 70s and 80s-era of New York City […]

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4 June 2021

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Izzie’s Caravan – “Blow The Lid” (LP)

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When starting up Izzie’s Caravan’s debut LP Blow The Lid, the intentions are put on deep display and the shots are called (literally in some songs with the use of gunshot sound effects) loudly and proudly — the opening track “Roadkill Rita” is an unabashedly rollicking good time and a fantastically efficient way to showcase […]

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3 June 2021

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“I Never Catch The Train” by Sarantos

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The newest single by multimedia sensation, Sarantos is “I Never Catch The Train.” Sarantos is a one of a kind, you could say. In addition to being a musician, he also writes books, poetry, and hosts his own radio show. His social media numbers are strong, and he seems skilled in the art of self […]

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1 June 2021

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Jesse And The Hoggs Release “Get Hammered”

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Jesse And The Hoggs, might just be Country Music’s answer to The Bloodhound Gang. One of the reasons for that, may be that the band doesn’t consider themselves Country at all. Jesse And The Hoggs have illustriously deemed themselves as, Cow Punk. The mere sight of this proposed genre on paper is riotous enough to […]

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1 June 2021

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Rob Alexander – “Dream Out Loud”

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An artistic ethos underpinned by melody and universality fuels Rob Alexander’s Dream Out Loud. Its impressive thirteen tracks are distinguished by several strengths. The album’s superior musicianship, vocal excellence, and command of songwriting fundamentals, however, sets him far apart from many contemporaries and peers. His gift for incorporating influences into his own art without sacrificing his […]

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