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Album Review: Robert J. Hunter – Where I’m From

Robert J. Hunter’s dingy, multi-spectrum blues sound has earned him a surge of credibility in the UK underground. Originally from the Channel Islands’ Bailiwick of Guernsey, the now London-based singer-songwriter’s track record is presently burgeoning. At just 24, Hunter rocked the city’s big-name venues, namely Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club and …

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Interview with Kenny Dubman

After a lapse of non-musical endeavors, veteran New Jersey guitarist Kenny Dubman released his debut solo album, Reckless Abandon. The album effectively channels Dubman’s roots—a hearty amalgamation of 70s-tinged hard rock—while celebrating his newfound inspiration. Its presentation comes off as a rarity in today’s modern rock climate, a majority of …

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Album Review: Courtesy Tier – Everyone’s OK (Out August 12)

Brooklyn’s Courtesy Tier comes from diverse walks of life, each member sincerely channeling their formative grounds. According to their press release, frontman Omer Leibovitz’s microtonal singing and rhythmically Jewish guitar style come directly from his Israel upbringing. Kentucky-born, Florida-raised bassist Alex Picca complements Leibovitz with close, southern-tinged harmonies. To solidify …

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Interview: Tom Keifer

It’s not often that one gets to speak with the man whose band’s ballads used to rock her to sleep as they played late at night on the local ‘80s radio station. And yet, here I found myself wondering what Tom Keifer (Cinderella’s vocalist and now solo artist) would be …

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Malkasian- Album Review

Today is a good day for fans of blues-infused alternative rock, as the brand new self-titled album from artist Malkasian is available for your listening pleasure through Bandcamp. Judging from its clean and professional sound, it’s hard for one to believe that Malkasian was recorded in the no-frills atmosphere that …

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