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11 September 2020

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Origins – Singers and Songs That Made Me by Jeff Coffey

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With a slinky lead vocal to guide us into the warmth of the subtle but nevertheless brooding instrumentation, it’s clear from the get-go that Jeff Coffey has some lofty goals in mind with the release of his new album Origins – Singers and Songs That Made Me and star tracks like “Who Wants to Live Forever.” Alongside […]

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29 August 2020

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The Little Wretches Release 10th Album

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If you’re from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about the rock band The Little Wretches. Co-founder, lead singer and lyricist Robert Wagner’s visionary rock group has had its fair share of personnel changes, but Wagner’s outlook and lyricism can’t be overlooked. The band’s 10th full album release, Undesirables and Anarchists is […]

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27 August 2020

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Lavendine’s “Rapture”

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As big a melodic element as any of the lead vocal parts are, the electric and acoustic guitars that make up the strongest components of the backdrop in Lavendine’s “Rapture” alone make this adult contemporary single a must-listen for fans of gospel and pop alike this season. Right out of the gate, Lavendine make it […]

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15 August 2020

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“Two Lane Airplane” by Gary Burk III

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Not many genres within the lexicon of western popular music are as recognizable as American country music is, and bearing that in mind, Gary Burk still manages to put together something wholly original and truly his own in the new single “Two Lane Airplane,” which debuted this summer to a warm reception from critics and […]

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14 August 2020

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Santa Cruz by Rivers Garcia

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Santa Cruz by Rivers Garcia is a timepiece made of his own doing where he wrote and arranged everything, as well as played every instrument, produced, and engineered himself at his home near Toronto. But it is an Americana-based album about being on the open road in America, and tells stories of how he fell […]

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14 August 2020

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Live At the Bluesberry Café by Johnny Riley

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With a hearty swing and a vibrant, string-born melody to grab our attention right out of the gate, Johnny Riley wastes no time bring the smoky sounds of Texas blues home to us in “Johnny’s Boogie,” one of the thirteen songs occupying the tracklist of Riley’s new record Live At the Bluesberry Café. In tunes like […]

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13 August 2020

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Insane EP by Tom Tikka & The Missing Hubcaps

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“Sometimes loneliness can hurt,” Tom Tikka begins to explain in the first line of his song “Sweet Sugar” from the EP Insane, and as true as these words are on paper, they’re all the more cutting when presented against the sonic backdrop we find them in here. Insane features a Tom Tikka & The Missing Hubcaps who […]

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6 August 2020

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The Collect Pond release a fascinating new EP

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The Collect Pond have a fascinating EP entitled In The Garden. But there is a story to tell and it’s not all just about the music on the EP, but about the artist behind The Collect Pond and how this EP came to form and ultimately be released. It is the latest songwriting vehicle for […]

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3 August 2020

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308 Ghost Train’s “Bleed Over Me”

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Though they don’t play as big a part here as they have in other iconic rock songs, the guitars that lace 308 Ghost Train’s “Bleed Over Me” with sizzle are undeniably just as integral to the single’s chill-factor as any of the other elements in the music are. If you haven’t already heard their work […]

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