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Single Review: Gentlemen Jackals – Hold My Body

In mid-2015, Gentlemen Jackals was formed by singer-guitarist Mark Wilson, second guitarist Craig McMahon, bassist-singer Scott Thomson and drummer Douglas Harden. The Dunfermline-bred quartet has since generated a buzz in the country’s capital, as well as Edinburgh and Fife, having crafted a distinctive musical identity. It is described by the …

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Album Review: Salt Ashes

  Imagine Lana Del Rey, Gwen Stefani and Madonna (circa the 80s) got together to put out an album. The result would sound a lot like Salt Ashes, aka Veiga Sanchez, debut album dripping with electronic grooves and swoon worthy vocals. “Sober” starts off with Sanchez delivering one of the …

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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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