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4 December 2019

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White Collar Crime’s “To Be Real”

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The piano melody that signals the start of White Collar Crime’s “To Be Real,” one of two songs that they’re releasing ahead of their latest record 30 Years In The New York Rain, is glittery and bright, adorned with a gentle drumbeat that persists through the whole of the track. A soft lead vocal joins […]

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27 November 2019

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Rob Alexander release new Single

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If you follow independent pop music out of the southeastern United States, you’re probably already aware of an artist by the name of Rob Alexander, an MD by day and a soft rock balladist by night, whose work has been generating a lot of critical adulation in the past couple of years. Alexander’s latest album, Being […]

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25 November 2019

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David Leask’s releases heartfelt Single

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When you’ve got a voice as strong as David Leask’s is, you don’t need the bells and whistles that most pop songwriters do, and hence, listeners will not find any in his new single “When You Think No One Loves You,” which is out now everywhere that independent music is sold and streamed. Leask executes […]

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15 November 2019

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The Criticals releases debut EP

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The Criticals’ Mimosa Hygiene packs quite a punch despite featuring only six tracks. It is a testament to how quick Cole Shugart and Parker Forbes established a shared language for their songwriting as The Criticals; these tracks play with all the confidence of a far more traditionally established unit than a neophyte band marking their debut release. […]

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15 November 2019

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Sociallusions – by And The Black Feathers

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Sociallusions – by And The Black Feathers, contains four songs that deal with the optics of society and the illusions it produces, but it’s done in a fun manner by seasoned musicians from the Denver area, playing music influenced by the 60s and 70s when MC5 ruled and you could actually be seen and heard […]

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11 November 2019

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Sarah Lee Langford, Two Hearted Rounder

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The guitar parts in the debut album from Sarah Lee Langford, Two Hearted Rounder, aren’t necessarily the only reason why I would recommend that audiophiles check out the ten-track LP this November, but they’re undeniably just as much of a centerpiece as Langford’s own sensuous serenades are in songs like “Watch Me,” “Bar Stool” and “Coattails.” […]

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7 November 2019

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“Don’t Stand a Chance” by Mattia Pironti

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Every good pop song has an emotional core, but every once in a while a track comes along that stings a little harder than the average studio cut does. This can definitely be said for Mattia Pironti’s “Don’t Stand a Chance,” a vocal-driven power ballad with a bustling beat that doesn’t back down for anything, […]

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4 November 2019

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“The Legendary Fist of Takinawa” by Jeremy Rice

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Strings as soft as silk form a delicate, colorful harmony as “The Legendary Fist of Takinawa,” one of nine songs found of Jeremy Rice’s Jeremy Rice and the Legendary Fist of Takinawa, takes shape before us, but there’s a cloud of hesitation that follows its reverberating warmth. The fragile landscape is quickly shattered with the appearance […]

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2 November 2019

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Chris Mardini drops debut Single

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URL: www.chrismardinimusic.com In his debut single “Retrospective Outlook,” teenage up and comer Chris Mardini delivers a multilayered melodic treat inside of a mere three minutes and change. Driven by a stadium-quaking bassline and a cutting lead vocal from Mardini himself, “Retrospective Outlook” is a very ambitious composition for any singer to undertake, and yet this […]

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