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Rachel Freitas

retro music enthusiast. Dreamer. Kind of odd. Writer

EP Review. Nowhere: Follow

  Nowhere , aka Andrea Caccese, has released an EP entitled Follow which features two songs in full singer/songwriter glory. The title track “Follow” opens the album in full ambient music mode with an acoustic guitar at the forefront. It’s quiet and lush and doesn’t need fancy production to make …

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Interview: The Brocks

  1.How does Utah shape your music? (If it does at all) The scene here in Provo is strong. Even if bands don’t exactly shape our sound, there are great bands that inspire us to be better and work harder. There’s also a real sense of professionalism with the local …

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Interview: Jeremy and the Harlequins

  1.How does your music stand out in the New York music scene? I wouldn’t limit the question to being about the NY music scene. Most of what I see happening in NY is similar to what I see across the country. What differentiates us is most rock bands right …

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Album Review. Boyfrndz:Impulse

  Experimental rock band Boyfrndz have just released their third full length album Impulse a consistent and haunting work of art from start to finish which is sure not to disappoint fans. The LP kicks off with “Ghosted” which channels some 70s retro vibes while still maintaining a hard rock …

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Album Review. The Hosts: Moon

  The Hosts have just released their second full length album Moon and while it isn’t as perfect as their first LP it still retains their signature retro sound and at the same time ventures out into some new musical territory. “Baby Move On” is the most infectious track on …

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