Reviews
"Lilith"

Right off the bat, you hear Involusion infusing powerful feelings and intense emotions into their latest album Lilith. Jacob Willey and Matthew Randall write with a depth in their songs that shine through in each track. The album's darker tones…

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"Soundcloud Demos"

manteye is an independent artist from Toronto, Canada. While listening to his numerous recordings on Soundcloud.com, I was taken by his casual sound and its potential widespread appeal. Band leader Mark Manthei and his quasi-namesake band had a short…

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"Intexicated!"

T. Tex Edward’s latest release, Intexicated!, is a compilation of his most recent material, as well as demos and outtakes from his past projects. It makes for an interesting journey as the record takes the listener through a maze of different…

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"Protégé of Plies"

Jeb Bush is making some noise down in The Sunshine State. No, not John Ellis "Jeb" Bush the former politician who served as the 43rd Governor of Florida. This noise comes from Jaycent “Jeb Bush” Jackson from Fort Myers, who's built a rep…

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"Faces Got No Race"

The rhymes on Young Slay's Faces Got No Race brilliantly tackle social and emotional issues and set them against singsong melodies and catchy hooks. Not since Arrested Development's "Tennessee" has a song done what "In My Belly (Feat. Jonny Lyrks)"…

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"Politikal Pimpin’ Volume I"

Chicago rapper RoGizz Black Blago doesn't fuck around. His beats are fresh, creative, and rival the best in the game right now. RoGizz rhymes are raw and dirty, but witty and well-crafted. His lyrics aren't suitable for work, and Politikal Pimpin'…

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"PONG Live At The Continental Club"

Pong. It’s a short name with a lot of originality, once you hear the band behind the name. The band was formed after Austin post-punk band Ed Hall disbanded in 1996 after releasing a string of albums and touring across the United States and Europe.…

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"Sleepless"

Fun. Wacky. But not without a serious approach to their craft. Post Trauma aren't the metal band their name seemingly conveys.

Sleepless is the first half of a double album that Post Trauma is releasing within six months of each other.…

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"The Epidemic"

The Epidemic is the new album by rap duo LEL Brothas. Currently based in Arizona, the group's roots stretch back to Long Beach and San Diego, giving their music a fresh West Coast lean. With songs produced as crystal-clean as tracks can be laid,…

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"Raise Up"

Phil Jones has played music since childhood, and late in the last century was performing with Mad Tea Party in Hermosa Beach, California. In 2000 Phil relocated to Kauai, where his sound became infused with the music of the island. Today, Phil is preparing…

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"R.U.O.K."

Unlike many mainstream hip-hop artists, up-and-coming rapper Robert Davis aka “Recycled Sounds” debuted his album R.U.O.K. on December 12, 2012 and is redefining true hip-hop underground with his detailed storyline lyrics. To truly understand…

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"One song is all you need…"

UK’s Phillip Foxley’s EP, One Song Is All You Need… represents a bit of American blues guitar from the perspective of Conwy, North Wales. Professionally, Phillip is a design engineer; when he isn’t dealing with technological and scientific…

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"My Resignation"

Jerome Luke, a country and American guitar player from Denver, Colorado, plays a haunting and relaxing blend of Americana and country music, which is a breath of fresh air when picking apart the bands that are coming up in the current music scene. His…

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"Everyone & You"

Everyone & You is the latest release by Bieler Bros. recording artist InAshton. The New York City based quartet plays a poppy-yet-driving brand of rock, which comes across entirely ready for radio. The band's singer and primary songwriter,…

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"Lockstar"

Dylan Lock is an Ontario-based singer/songwriter who brings to mind a blend of Ben Folds' piano-first style and the pop-meets-reggae lyrical melodies of Maroon 5. His new album is set for release in 2013 and shows great promise, even while still in its…

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Red
"Red"

On Taylor Swift’s new record Red, some might say that she has finally broken out of the mold of country music and has crossed into the rock genre, but after listening to the deluxe version of the album, Swift still has a ways to go.

After…

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"Moondancer"

Until today, Coyote Music's reviews have covered live shows, albums, EPs, and demos. But recently, I stumbled upon Tu Michael, a dancer from Hanoi, Vietnam. I'm inspired to write this review of his work because I think it underscores the universal nature…

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Change in Motion
"Change in Motion"

Oh yes, Frank Roberts can shred. He can also melodically play the hell out of his jet-black Ibanez.

Formed in the mold of Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Vinnie Moore, and other guitar gods, the Ontario-based Roberts is stepping out from behind the mixing…

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D.E.V.Y.N.
"D.E.V.Y.N."

Devyn Rose's latest release, an EP entitled D.E.V.Y.N., brings together beauty, sex appeal, independence, and attitude and rolls them together into a complete representation of the artist herself.

The longtime aspiring singer caught the…

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"Hate & Love"

El Pathos' latest release titled Hate & Love is a solid rock record with large chunks of punk and blues influences thrown in, which guarantees a mass appeal to Austin’s legions of music fans. David Duet, the group’s front man, has a deep…

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"The Copper Gamins"

On first listen to the latest EP by Austin rock and blues band The Copper Gamins, it would appear that the group took inspiration from Nashville duo The Black Keys, but with a lot less punch.

The guitar and drums duo, made up of Jose Carmen on…

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"Live at Darwin’s Pub (Austin, TX)"

Last-minute shows can go one of two ways, usually not for the better. But after scheduling an appearance at a San Antonio festival on October 6, Paco Estrada decided to make a stop in Austin on the 5th to play a relatively rare show in the Live Music…

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"Armadillo Road"

In the new era of country music that saturates country radio with performers such as Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood, it is refreshing to hear the self-titled album by Austin band Armadillo Road, a country band paying tribute to their country and Texas…

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