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Rachel Freitas

retro music enthusiast. Dreamer. Kind of odd. Writer

EP Review. Boroughs

  Once you hear Americana/folk band Boroughs, you won’t soon forget them. Their self titled EP is full of memorable songs that will keep your attention all the way through the album. Discussing themes such as “heartbreak, confusion, and love” Boroughs brings their own unique take on universal feelings. With …

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EP Review. Narc Twain

  Narc Twain’s self titled EP is an alternative experiment with social commentary done right. The first track “Downhill” opens with rocking and stinging guitar that leads into vocals by lead singer Tommy Siegel that will remind you of the 90s alternative scene. In some way the verses even have …

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EP Review: A Will Away: Bliss

  Punk/pop band A Will Away has just released their EP Bliss, and it is rightly named as the record carries listeners on a cohesive journey from start to finish, turning anything but blissful situations into musical bliss. The album starts off with the zippy, electronic guitar and thrashing percussion …

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Album Review: Seth Lael. Bird Strings

  With a glorious acoustic guitar instrumental opening, the tone is set for Seth Lael’s Bird Strings. An ambient musical adventure that hones its indie rock and folk rock sounds while still venturing outside every once in a while for some surprises. “Fine Line” sees Lael at his singer/songwriter best. …

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