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Cadence Kid

Cadence Kid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Cadencekid/ In Cadence Kid’s own words: I didn’t grow up on “the streets” or anything like that, hell I’m not gonna lie, I haven’t even had a tough life. I haven’t gotten shot up or anything like that. Sure, I’ve been through my struggles, we all have, …

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EP Review: Excellion – Unsean

With a unique blend of prog metal and metalcore, Mexican quartet Excellion have come through with an interesting blend of heavy and technical material in their latest EP Unsean. With this project, Excellion has given themselves a platform to put together their genre-mixing style which should catch the ears of …

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Angie and the Deserters – Blood Like Wine

Angie and the Deserters – Blood Like Wine  URL: http://www.angieandthedeserters.com/  This powerhouse outing represents the next natural step in the development of Angie and the Deserters. Their debut full length garnered considerable praise as evidence of life in an otherwise moribund genre and their latest release, Blood Like Wine, goes …

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Suzan’ah Free – Sweet Tropical Dreams

YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5hMqmtncPA Self taught musician and singer Suzanah Free has released a new album entitled Sweet Tropical Dreams. Exposed to jazz, Broadway, old songs of Hawaii and Latin rhythms at a young age by her parents, Suzanah taught herself how to play the ukulele, guitar and piano which she …

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Jokatech

Artist: Jokatech Album: Standing Still Symphony X Primary URL: http://jokatech.webs.com/ Last year I had the chance to review a very particular album, it was hard for me to label back then because while it had enough music to be considered a music record, the way the artist delivered the lyrics …

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Paul Kloschinsky – Nobody Knows

Paul Kloschinsky – Nobody Knows  URL: http://www.kloschinsky.com/  From the land of Gordon Lightfoot and Leonard Cohen, Paul Kloschinsky’s songwriting aspires, in its own individual fashion, to scale similar heights. It has the same personal tilt placing him apart from a sizable contingent of peers north of the border and throughout …

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Spark and Whisper – Monument

Spark and Whisper – Monument URL: http://www.sparkandwhisper.com/ You can hear faint echoes of Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and many of the great folk singers of yore on Monument, the latest platter from Cali-bred twangers Spark and Whisper. They just have that aura of a time gone by. The …

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Kaylee Keller – Song Like that Single

Kaylee Keller – Song Like that Single URL: http://kayleekeller.com/ Keller is back with a flash this summer with a hot new single release “Song Like That” A wonderfully woven mesh of 90s Piano driven Pop, set against a masterful backdrop of and enticing vocals, vocal harmonies and a hooky beat. …

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Clay Melton Band

Clay Melton Band URL: http://claymeltonband.com/ The Clay Melton Band plays like a musical guest tossed into a scene of your favorite youth drama, a la “One Tree Hill.” Fun, sly, and full of attitude, they are no less or more than what you paid for. They are exactly what you …

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EP Review: The Comedown – Doubt

The Comedown (The CMDWN) is set to release its first EP, Doubt, later this week on Friday, August 19th. Hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah, the four-piece act’s sound crosses genres by combining traditional R&B and alternative rock elements, and adding some hip hop into the mix. Think catchy riffs, …

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