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Robert J. Hunter

Artist: Robert J. Hunter Album: Songs for the Weary Having supported the likes of Wilko Johnson, Josh Kumra and HeyMoonShaker and influenced by great musicians and iconic bands such as Peter Green, Tom Waits and The Doors, Robert J. Hunter is no stranger to the stages and music having started …

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Privet Earth

Band: Privet Earth Album: Breaking The Ice Born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and raised in Vologda, a small city a few hundred miles from Moscow, artist Ivan Smirnov was heavily influenced by the American/British rock scene and started writing his own musical material in English at the age of 8. …

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Michael Tracy

Artist: Michael Tracy Album: Gonna Smile Label: Spectra Records Website: http://michael-tracy.com/home Michael Tracy is a solo artist from the Charlotte, North Carolina area that has been releasing original material since 2011. This sophomore album, titled “Gonna Smile”, will be released February 10th by Spectra records. Tracy is also releasing a …

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Album Review: RxGF – Any Other Way

Angeline Schaaf, the lead vocalist for the Dark Wave/Alternative band RxGF, has blossomed into one of the more underrated female vocalists in music today. As she channels mystery, flare, charisma and grace, she is backed by a group of talented musicians; John Morgan Reily, Jonathan Plum and Mathew Burgess. The …

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Album Review: 832 – The RAP-Ture

832 have been doing their best to put Oklahoma City hip-hop on the map since 2012’s LP Love and Fear. The rappers have since returned with their latest full-length album titled The RAP-Ture. Oklahoma City, which is not exactly known for its hip-hop artists, has revealed some true talent in the brothers of …

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Kari Tieger – Illumination

Kari Tieger – Illumination URL: http://www.karitieger.com/ There’s a quote from Shakespeare that goes, ‘If music be the food of love, play on.’ No matter where you are from, what language you speak, music has the ability to soothe, revive and foster hope. It is truly universal, in any language.” Kari …

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Orinoco

Orinoco URL: http://www.orinocomusic.com.au/our-music/ Orinoco hail from Perth, Australia, and they combine the classic hard and heavy rocking approach with occasional subtleties in a way not unlike all the great bands of the 60s, 70s, 80s and even 90s. With the track “Overdue” they really show the softer side of what …

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Album Review: goste – Eugene

The newest EP from Brooklyn-based experimental artist goste provides fresh, catchy lyrics backed by hypnotic synth beats. The six-track EP titled Eugene, sees goste (also known as Owen Ross) dive into personal subject matters with heartfelt and dark undertones. The lead single “Loadedlikeapistol” is a standout track on the album. …

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