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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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Opium Denn’s Demarkation

By Lisa Waugh Rarely do you find a record with a warning label for operating heavy machinery or driving a car, but here you go. Opium Denn’s goal on Demarkation is to relax the mind, and possibly knock something profound loose in there, possibly unfold that layers of us. Using HEV, Health-Science Enhanced Vibrations, Opium […]

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Mleo: Ridiculous

By R.B. Sloane One listen to this young and fresh band Mleo and you get it pretty quickly. This is a California band, parts San Francisco and Los Angeles. There’s a theatrical vibe on their previous projects with an Incubus undercurrent in the guitar work. There are also times when it feels like someone got […]

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