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The Soft Underground – Lost in Translation

The Soft Underground breaks through with their nostalgic and alternative laced, vibrant debut Lost in Translation. The album comes through two-years of carefully perfecting each track for the record, to create a stunning EP that is ambitious and lively from beginning to end.   The Soft Underground’s first time out …

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Highway 50 – The Violet Project

Highway 50 hit the road with their EP debut The Violet Project. The group is lead by Al Laughlin, whose name you may also know from The Samples’ fame. Being one of the most prominent musicians to come out of Colorado, Laughlin brings an eclectic mix to the table, sharing his years of …

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Reverist – Dreaming Onward

Reverist – Dreaming Onward URL: http://www.reveristmusic.com/ Florida based four piece Reverist is a reminder how the tides of public taste rarely constitute a valid aesthetic judgment. The band’s material is certainly much more reminiscent of alternative bands from the 1995-2000 period, perhaps a bit noisier, than pop rock outfits of …

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Jeri Silverman – Leaflike

Jeri Silverman – Leaflike FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/jerisilvermanmusic/ South African born singer/songwriter Jeri Silverman opted to keep things simple for her EP Leaflike, but the heavy lifting to make it happen fell to her. Silverman’s work ethic and clear-eyed artistic vision compelled her to handle the arranging and writing in its entirety …

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Parker Harrison- Clear Conscience EP

Parker Harrison releases a vibrant  new EP with Clear Conscience, a stunning collection of songs for the masses. His music trenscends an array of genres from Soul to R&B to Synth Pop, creating a flavorful taste to indulge the pallette. Clear Conscience, is a 5-song EP which is both charming …

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Album Review: Max Raptor

Brit-rockers Max Raptor finally make their return with their self-titled follow up to 2013’s A Mother’s Ruin. After 3 albums most bands have realised who they are and where they want to be – something Max Raptor already had down by their second album. Their sound is gritty, noisy and …

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