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EP Review. The Color Wild: Clean

The up-and-coming, indie-pop quartet, The Color Wild debuted on August 25th their anticipated, electrifying, and exciting EP, Clean. Each one of the six songs are consistently overflowed with intense energy, passionate synth keyboards, and pop melodies to equal a thrilling EP that is extremely hard not to dance to. For fans of Smallpools, …

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Album Review. Seth Glier: Birds

Grammy nominated musician Seth Glier will be releasing his new record Birds, a follow up to If I Could Change One Thing, on August 25th. Glier captures the audiences attention from note one and never lets go, delivering songs of a political and personal nature that will resonate with his …

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Album Review. Elliot Root: Conjure

Elliot Root’s debut album Conjure doesn’t come out until August 25th,butthis reviewer can promise music enthusiasts that once you get it in your hands and into your ears the anticipation will have been worth the wait. “Take Your Money” has a very unique feel to it and really establishes the …

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Single review: Rebel Westerns – Peaches

After a six date headline tour in March and a slot supporting Scotland’s own Prides, Edinburgh alt-pop outfit Rebel Westerns are back with their second single of the year, “Peaches”.  After a quiet few months in the studio, the indie five piece released their former single, “Envy”, accompanied by a long-awaited music video introducing John Cargill on guitar to add a …

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