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Camille Peruto: From the Sea to the Sky

By Stephen Chow To say Camille Peruto is immensely talented is an understatement. Once you hear any one of her songs, it’s hard to accurately describe. I’ll try. Music radiates from Peruto’s pores it seems like. She’s also surrounded herself with equally talented musicians and music makers, creating a knockout of a record. From the […]

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Eric Frisch: Music Under Sea

By Lisa Waugh I hope Eric Frisch doesn’t mind if I enjoy his music, in part, because his vocals are giving me the Michael Stipe feels. Frisch’s new record Music Under Sea stands on its own, but that added bonus of R.E.M.ness is totally welcomed. Frisch drew upon another era (the ’60s), explaining the gorgeous retro […]

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King Ropes: Dirt

By Lisa Waugh Witty, raw, honest and excellently made, King Rope’s latest record Dirt is a knock out. You can feel the dust blow up from the desert. The gentle jangle of truck keys, boots on gravel, a coffin being lowered into the ground with ropes, and all of the cinematic things the mind can […]

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Marty McKay: New York City Dreams

By Antiem Boyd Are you ready for some rock banging out of New York by way of Zurich? Marty McKay puts his own spin on alt rock and seems to be having a blast on his new record New York City Dreams. He also puts a lot of himself into the tracks. All the ups […]

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J-Anthony: “It’s Official”

By Stephen Chow J-Anthony offers up a refreshing take on telling the world about your new boo. He’s not messing with any Facebook announcement. J-Anthony straight up wrote an anthem and made a music video telling the world, “It’s Official.” The single is from the Lenny Kravitz and Bruno Mars zip code. It’s got bounce […]

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IVANNA: Leaving Town

By Stephen Chow Hailing from Sweden, IVANNA offers up its unique brand of atmospheric pop in the vein of The Cure and all the other great things about ‘80s and ‘90s pop reborn. Their latest is Leaving Town, a record chock full of introspection and gut wrenching emotions. But you can ignore that and just […]

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April Martin: In the Blink of a Life

By Lisa Waugh Good hearted with a biting wit, April Martin’s steadily-paced In the Blink of a Life hits all the high and low notes of a life well lived. Whether she’s singing about love or death, Martin keeps her sense of self and humor in tact, never giving into cynicism, but definitely winking at […]

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