Reviews
"Wait (single)"

Diane Dous vocalist, Diane, shares some vocal qualities with Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson—a sultry, full voice with a bit of a pop lilt. The tone of Diane's voice lends itself well to the band's psychedelic pop rock sound. Diane Dous' single,…

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"Curse & Kisses"

Music can be many things to many different people. For a musician that can be even truer. When an artist really thrusts himself into his music and the lifestyle he becomes a man obsessed with exposing his music to the masses. One such person is the man…

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"No Surprise"

Phil Stoodley’s debut solo album No Surprise is a relaxing combination of pop, rock, electronic and disco songs that are perfect for a lazy afternoon or a drive on the open road. Originally from New Zealand, Stoodley got his start at age fifteen…

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"Desert Wind"

In 2008, Irish singer-songwriter Richard Murray released Desert Wind, a mixture of acoustic guitars, pop music, and country music that spotlights his gift for writing music. If you didn't know he was from the UK, you might guess Murray was a…

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"Crowe"

Crowe, a rock band from Burlington, Canada has released their self-titled independent debut, produced by the band. The invigorating thing about Crowe’s first album is how raw it sounds. Refraining from studio staples such as auto tune, pro tools and…

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"Live at Hole In The Wall (Austin, TX)"

After listening to Fetsum’s 45 minute set at the unofficial Coyote Music/Saustex Music showcase at Hole in the Wall during South By Southwest, the fire and energy that Fetsum displayed should set him on the path to a successful career. Coming to the…

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"Who I Am"

Emma Shaka's Who I Am is a rock and roll album, complete with crunchy guitars, driving beats, and soaring female vocals grown from the stylistic seeds of Ann and Nancy Wilson. The album delivers its goods unapologetically, with songs crafted…

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"Generica"

There’s a lot said about a band or musician that speaks the truth, one that goes against the grain, stands up and says: we weren't born to be clones, we weren't born to be greedy, to take everything and never think twice about what you could give back,…

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"Banksters (single)"

One of the most powerful things on earth is a musician with a message. Yes we all love music with no meaning just to bop our head to sometimes, but when an artist shares his true feelings about a subject in song there is a passion there that can not be…

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"Close The Club"

Rog & Glenn had a blast with this one. Long-time friends and musicians, Roger Brandon and Glenn Hubbard essentially pulled a Blues Brothers and 'got the band back together' for one more hurrah. What resulted from that is their full-length semi-concept…

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"The Witnesses EP"

Known for combining disco, digital funk, high energy live instrumentation and outspoken lyrics, newly reformed North Carolina based Electronic indie synth-pop band Wedlock seem to be ahead of their time, with an acclaiming yet delayed reaction from music…

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"The Coming and The Leaving"

Barrett Myers' six song EP, The Coming and The Leaving shows off some true originality from this singer/songwriter out of West Lafayette, Indiana. Barrett’s style approaches that of Relient K, Switchfoot, and Mat Kearney. The EP is filled with…

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"Sweet Therapy"

Kelly Campbell, a singer-songwriter from Ohio, has released a five-song EP entitled Sweet Therapy. While Campbell herself claims not to have natural talent when it comes to music, this recording proves otherwise. Throughout the album, not not…

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"Love In Tent EP"

Love In Tent is a trio from Maui's West side, comprised of lead singer Junior Siqueira, bassist Keawe Witman, and Ian on drums. The group's sound is truly the finest, most easy going beachside pop/rock/dance music since the mainstream arrival of fellow…

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"Barclay & Ichinose I"

The Barclay and Ichinose debut album pulls influences ranging from 60’s and 70’s rock, as well as some punk, all mixed into a blender of sound. "Five Out of Four," the opening song on the EP has an interesting sound, but can be hard to follow. Drummer…

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"Fade Away"

Brando Albers album Fade Away is a great album that treats the listener to a flood of sounds, leaving the listener wondering what they will hear next. This is an emotional album, epitomized by its nearly-title track, “Fading Away,” with its…

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"Gazing At The Stars (EP)"

Gazing at the Stars is a three song EP by UK singer-songwriter Arron Brown, a talented electronic/pop artist whose music will appeal heavily to techno fans and followers of Owl City.

Gazing... effuses an electro/pop sound that…

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"Qabeela’h"

If one were to take a trip to the Middle East, they will want to take Dahab’s latest record Qabeela'h along for the ride. The Dubai based band weaves rock, blues, jazz, and folk music, while immersing listeners with Arabic to achieve a sublime…

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"Too Worn To Mend"

Too Worn To Mend deliberately steps to you with the mid-tempo'd "Snow Blind," bringing with it Jayhawks-like vocal harmonies and full-bodied production qualities. The album was mixed and recorded by Grammy Award winner Ducky Carlisle (Buddy Guy,…

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"Surf Song 89"

Upon listening to "Surf Song 89" by English pop band The Unswept it is clear to that the band has talent, which apparently runs in the family since the group is comprised of cousins Charlie and Ryan O’Brien. While the two split musical duties, both…

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"Back to Plan A"

When listening to Howlin’ Alan’s album Back to Plan A, you can envision yourself going back into time with his peaceful, Tom-Petty-like guitar riffs and soulful Neil Young vocals. Alan Joyce (aka Howlin’ Alan) refers to his original creations…

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