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GaBso: Made Me Wanna Change My Name

By Lisa Waugh He’s huge in Israel and kind of looks like a more attractive Dave Grohl (no offense, Dave, I love you) and GaBso’s new album is pretty much spectacular. Made Me Wanna Change My Name demonstrates the EDM artist’s skillful way of pulling in a listener. He writes and sings from the heart […]

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D.G. Adams: The Old Heart

By Stephen Chow D.G. Adams is clearly having a good time making music. His latest record The Old Heart vibrates with his special and smooth brand of sarcasm, mirth, and pithiness. I get the feeling Adams is a professional smart ass. His wit in on full display throughout the whole of The Old Heart. I […]

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Tipsy in Chelsea: Gaslighter

By Lisa Waugh Dean Falcone and Trish Thompson as Tipsy in Chelsea make their music long distance but you wouldn’t know that from their latest EP Gaslighter. The two met when a mutual friend passed away and Thompson asked composer and songwriter Falcone to play at the tribute in Atlanta. Thompson flew out from New Haven, […]

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Silver Lake 66: Let Go or Be Dragged

By Antiem Boyd Maria Francis and Jeff Overbo have the kind of musical chemistry that comes from good times, bad times, and in between times. The duo started out in the Midwest, eventually made their way to California, and then landed in Portland where they’ve put down some serious roots in the musical community there. […]

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Sara Ontaneda: Entre Espacios y Colores

By Lisa Waugh Sara Ontaneda has been serious about music since the age of 13. She studied at conservatories in Guayaquil, Ecuador while also delving into contemporary styles as well. Ontaneda played with jazz and bossa nova bands and toured across Ecuador. She studied writing and production at Berklee College of Music and released her […]

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Jacob Didas: Lucid

By Stephen Chow Okay, I love this dude’s music. He’s lived a life. Jacob Didas rolled out of a large family in Buffalo. Worked as a nurse. Was in the Army ROTC at Canisius College. He was stationed with the Army in Honolulu where he spent time as a psychiatric nurse, working with returning soldiers. […]

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By Nick Loundry Jay Clark had a vision and pursued it. Inspired by his brother’s determination to make a film career happen, Clark set his sights on music. He’s hammered at the dream for a chunk of years now. Not too long but long enough to launch his own brand of Southern rock by way […]

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