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Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival

Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival URL: http://nathanmathes.com/albums.html Sometimes album titles come from the oddest places as we tend to connect in our head space more than one influence into our creative genius. Exactly the combo needed evidently for Nathan Mathes latest folk-indie-alt-rock album, Anajune Rival. A blend of things that …

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Album Review: Amon Amarth – Jomsviking

Sweden’s Amon Amarth bring a tale of love and vengeance in Jomsviking. Sweden’s Amon Amarth bring a tale of love and vengeance in Jomsviking. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5_1bJWCyig Album Review: Amon Amarth – Jomsviking Album Review: Amon Amarth – Jomsviking 2016-03-20 Luke Spencer Compositions Brekaing Ground Engagement Lyrical Voice Production 80 User Rating: …

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“Heart & Soul” by The Rideouts

“Heart & Soul” by The Rideouts URL: http://www.therideouts.com/ “Heart & Soul” is the newest album by the Italian pop-rock band The Rideouts. Founded in 2003 by guitarist and vocalist Max Scherbi, the current lineup is rounded out with Andrea Radini on guitars, vocalist Michela Grilli, drummer Federico Gullo, and bassist …

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Boskovic – A Temporary Lapse of Heaven

Boskovic – A Temporary Lapse of Heaven URL: http://www.boskovic-music.com/home1 Luca Boskovic Bonini, artistically known simply as Boskovic, was born in Vicenza on a cold December day in 1970. He inherited his passion for music from his father, who daily listened to classical music and was mostly attracted to Beethoven, Bach …

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Spacebear – Straight for the Sun

Spacebear – Straight for the Sun Related URL: http://spacebearband.bombplates.com/ Rock power trios are often visceral, high-energy outfits and Texas’ Spacebear is no exception. Their debut EP Straight for the Sun immediately grabs listeners and holds their attention close for seven songs. Though Spacebear crows a little about their light spacey …

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Album Review: The KVB – Of Desire

Since 2010, The KVB has fueled their efforts into a presentation worthy of turning heads and tickling hearts. All that Nicolas Wood and Kat Day project to listeners plays misty and mysterious, yet reveals a blunt honesty—so dreamlike, and yet so achingly real. Their dark new wave aesthetics have consistently …

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Album Review: Wildways – Into The Wild

Artery Records newcomers Wildways’ latest album, Into The Wild will be released on March 25th and it’ll include 12 musically diverse tracks. Originating from Western Russia, the quintet blur the lines between genres as they take elements from metalcore, alternative rock, hip-hop and easycore to create their style. The band …

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