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Project Grand Slam – The Rescue

Project Grand Slam – The Rescue  URL: http://projectgrandslam.com/  Bandleader and bassist extraordinaire Robert Miller has guided the fortunes of his New York based outfit, Project Grand Slam, into garnering one of the most impressive live pedigrees in popular music today. The band has commanded the stages at some of the …

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The Invisible World – Color / Echo

The Invisible World – Color / Echo Primary URL: http://welcometotheinvisibleworld.com/ One of the year’s best sleeper releases comes from The Invisible World, a four piece alternative rock outfit with some surprising influences thrown into the mix, hailing from Kansas City, Missouri. We typically think of heartland based rockers resembling performers, …

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Album Review: Periphery – Periphery III: Select Difficulty

Periphery return with a whirlwind of prog metal brilliance in Periphery III: Select Difficulty. Periphery return with a whirlwind of prog metal brilliance in Periphery III: Select Difficulty. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOVtJcMSqNA Album Review: Periphery – Periphery III: Select Difficulty Album Review: Periphery – Periphery III: Select Difficulty 2016-07-22 Luke Spencer Compositions Brekaing …

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Sawtooth Brothers – One More Flight

Sawtooth Brothers – One More Flight  URL: http://www.sawtoothbrothers.com/  The Birtzer and Moravec brothers, Clint and Luke alongside Ethan and Jesse, have hit upon an unique and winning formula with their debut release One More Flight. This is Americana music that truly embodies the term. While the brothers often employ traditional …

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Charles Wright – Something to Make you Feel Good

Artist: Charles Wright CD: Something to Make you Feel Good FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/charleswrightmusic/ How would one describe Charles Wright? Wright’s voice cuts to the heart of any story, taking you down back roads, through broken lonely hearts, and into hopeful, open skies and a hopeful future. Best known as the leader …

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EP Review. Laura Roy

    Laura Roy is a Halifax, Nova Scotia based singe that pumps out juicy 90s inspired pop/ R and B tunes. Her self titled EP is out now and is poised to make Roy a household name. “Take Me Down” has an urban flavor to it right from the …

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