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Monsters and Miracles: The Silk Road

By Lyle Lister Jon Dray Lee took his time at crafting his new single “The Silk Road (feat. MRS)“ and “The Silk Road (feat MRS) Austin Leeds Remix.” He started out playing in bands and had quite an extensive musical career. He stopped down to get his medical degree, going for his family fedicine degree in […]

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Paul Maged: Light Years Away

By Stephen Chow Paul Maged’s Light Years Away comes raging out of the gate with the artist’s take on political correctness on “PC Police.” No matter your stance on that topic, the track is fucking catchy as hell. Maged is your punk rock Billy Joel. Or Joel after he was dropped off from a night […]

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Saycille: Wish

By Lyn Tyler Saycille’s spirit is infectious. The Netherlands-based artist came to music later in life and embraced it with refreshing enthusiasm and zeal. She found herself discovering her own musical abilities after working in home healthcare and community support. When her career ended, she joined a band and soon found herself figuring out how […]

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Kris Heaton: World Gone Mad

By T.L. Oney Kris Heaton likes a good time and he likes talking about the state of things. He manages to mix those things well on his latest record World Gone Mad. He and his bandmates seem to be enjoying themselves as they rip through the roads of Heaton’s world. World Gone Mad pulls from […]

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Revolushn: Further!!

By Stephen Chow Revolushn is probably one of THE best examples of doing it yourself and doing your own thing. There’s just no describing what they do. I guess the best way to describe it is that this band entertains the shit out of people. Mainly because Revolushn decided to be exactly what they wanted […]

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Sluka: Colorful Radiation

By Lisa Waugh Christopher Sluka has been an entertainer and artist since he first jumped into the same pool with fellow musicians Tears for Fears, Talk Talk, Simple Minds, and INXS. And he hasn’t ever gone away or taken a break. He used his time well across nearly a dozen albums and decades touring and […]

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Jacqui L: Planet Parallel 5

By Castio Guerrera Jacqui L isn’t just making music for aliens who visit her home planet, she also makes music for faeries, dark elves, orcs, you name it. Her music is other worldly and mesmerizing. Her latest record Planet Parallel 5 doesn’t quite fit into the prog rock genre. But it perches nearby. Jacqui L’s […]

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Only a Visitor: Lines

By Stephen Chow I almost don’t want to tell you which kinds of genres Only a Visitor comprises. Any genre typing just doesn’t do this band justice. And none of the genres are uncool. If I were giving them a shout out on their latest record Lines, I’d say something like, “Come for the art […]

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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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Eddy Yang: “Split the Night”

By Stephen Chow I’ll hand it to young blood Eddy Yang, he’s flinging himself out there. That’s brave and it’s more than a lot of people do. What is it they say, “Showing up is 80% of life.” Yang’s single “Split the Night” is a bit on the raw side but I like this kid’s […]

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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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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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Christina Rubino: Godspeed & Guns

By Stephanie Towne What if Thelma and Louise went on a full blown killing spree, gleefully dispatching their victims? Hey, I’d watch an entire feature film of that. Good news. Christina Rubino’s highly entertaining “Godspeed & Guns” has done that for you. The video, directed by Frankie Nasso, is a wild ride through Rubino’s wicked […]

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One Track Minds: A Price to Be Paid

By Lisa Waugh There’s alchemy at play here as One Track Minds forges sounds, noise, and genres, blending them back onto themselves in their latest work, A Price to Be Paid. There’s pop, a strident metallish rockabilly, and the echoey international ballad punk strum of the late ’70s/early ‘80s. There’s more than that. The album […]

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The Departure: Gateways

By Lisa Waugh Straight outta Salt Lake, The Departure is a five-piece band bursting with energy, shredding soundwaves like it’s no big deal. From the first track “For the Best” to the last “Thoughts,” Ryan DeBlanc, Max Hedding, Gaven Allein, Aidan McDonald, and Dylan Proesch are having the best of times and we want in. […]

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3Bubble & J.Gray Live from the Pentagon

By Carl Sampson You know how you grind for someone else’s dreams and money, getting very little in return? You’re always in sleep debt, credit card debt, and haven’t seen your kids in days? 3Bubble, Cleon Solomon III, experienced that, I’m guessing. He burned and churned at the “Studio,” crafting songs with musical partner J. […]

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Bitter’s Kiss Love Won’t Make You Cry

By Red Parker Chloe Baker aka Bitter’s Kiss is having a well-deserved rocket ride after releasing her EP Love Won’t Make You Cry. Taking in Baker’s music is line mainlining sunshine. And it’s good to be here at the beginning of such a promising career. There’s no doubt that Baker, along with her father Michael […]

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Post Death Soundtrack’s The Unlearning Curve

By Stephen Chow This band had me at “Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio.” As a former record store loiterer, I would have made a beeline for that bin in a heartbreak. Post Death Soundtrack not only has one of the coolest names, they and their new EP The Unlearning Curve are chock full of moody brilliance. […]

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