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Ben Brookes “The Motor Car & The Weather Balloon”

Ben Brookes is a singer-songwriter hailing from Portsmouth, UK he has music similar to Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Oasis, and The Beatles. His music has different tones but is astatically pleasing, giving the listeners something new and refreshing. Producer Mark … Continue reading

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The Stangs “American Session”

This Indie-Rock band  “The Stangs” is from Pembrokeshire in Western Wales. Their EP called “American Sessions” will be released song by song over the summer. The music is rough like most rock but has a brilliant sound that has a classic … Continue reading

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Eva & The Oak: Floriography EP Review

Eva & The Oak The band “Eva & The Oak”, now from Boston, started out in Raleigh, Noa Carolina, with lead vocals, guitar and songwriter Madeline Parascandola, drum player and percussionist Nick Parascandola, bass player Connor Barry, pianist Jake Rosenberg, … Continue reading

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Camille Peruto “From the Sea to the Sky”

The sound of Camille Peruto’s album “From the Sea to the Sky” is upbeat and heartwarming. Peruto has a powerful voice, and she lets it shine in this album. She is from New Jersey and was on American Idol, Season … Continue reading

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Erich Mrak: Upcoming Artist

I don’t often listen to rap/hip-hop but I think this artist is amazingly good for a genre I don’t like and has  pleasing sounding music and beat. The lyrics have a good meaning and can make you think, which is … Continue reading

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TALIA “Thugs They Look Like Angels”

I like the sound of TALIA – they have a good combination of guitar, drum and vocals. “Thugs They Look Like Angels” is an interesting album.  The whole album has interesting instrumentals and good vocals throughout. I asked one of the … Continue reading

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Post Death Soundtrack: The Unlearning Curve

Post Death Soundtrack: The Unlearning Curve My first impression of this psychedelic/industrial rock trio from Canada (Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto) was that it was a new sound that I absolutely loved and couldn’t wait to share with people. They are different, … Continue reading

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