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Nic Nassuet’s Eleutherios

By Lip Parsons If you’re on the hunt for classic rock ballads, Nic Nassuet has just the thing. His brooding new stringed rock record Eleutherios brims with dark and lush themes. It’s a pure gothic folk record to be sure. Serious but not over wrought, the record certainly is a shining example of Nassuet’s work and […]

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Daniel Grinberg’s Short Stories

By Lisa Waugh This is Daniel Grinberg’s day job. Before he returned to music, his day job was running a tech company and developing AR and AI. His music is a way to show the more emotional side of his creativity. And a way to ponder the inter workings of life’s meaning. His record Short […]

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5to4’s Tip It

By Lip Parsons 5to4 is Phil Goss’s labor of love solo project. The three track EP, Tip It, demonstrates Goss’s attention to detail his own interest in indie music. This is the second release for the musician, writer, and psychotherapist and is part of what he plans to be only the beginning. The EP aims […]

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Bryan Deister’s Spines of the Heart

By Antiem Boyd Bryan Deister has brought all of the tools from his skillset and piled them on top of his influences for his latest project, Spines of the Heart. His classical training and deep study of pop, rock, and various shades of experimental all come to bear in a cathedral of an album. Spines […]

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NagMet’s Water is Conscience

By Monk Waugh NagMet’s Water is Conscience is a record that Mangalores from The Fifth Element would love. “Experimental” doesn’t really capture what Daniel J. Harris and Nico Jongenelen are doing here. They seem to be pushing the listener to form an opinion. Pushing for a fight or a f*ck. Water is Conscience’s spoken word, synth, FX, […]

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James Brant’s Strange By Design

By Stephen Chow If you’re looking for a peaceful entry into 2016, James Brant’s new record Strange by Design is just the right wave to ride. His sincere and easy style is perfect for a little introspection or something to let bounce around in your head for its own sake. The record can run as […]

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