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Album Review: Jim Gatti – For Mom and Dad

Multi-instrumentalist/songwriter Jim Gatti successfully melds a common link between alternative and progressive rock realms. Hailing from New Jersey, the Dumont native self-produces his material, and is an instructor of guitar, piano, and bass at his self-run JG Music School, located in Ridgewood. A simple surface listen to either his music …

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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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Album Review: Devilskin – Be Like the River

Six years onward, New Zealand’s Devilskin has proven a substantial asset in the mainstream rock realm. Their debut album, We Rise, climbed to platinum status last year, having steadily maintained the #1 position on both the Album and Kiwi Artist Album charts. But behind such surefire success lies something unbreakable—familial …

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Titanic Film Star Edward Fletcher Debuts New Music Video, “Sounds Like You”

Today marks the premier of the “Sounds Like You” video from musician-actor Edward Fletcher‘s band, StuntPlane. This video releases in conjunction with their full-length debut, Dyslexic Tango, a complementary mashup of experimental sonics with pertinent lyrics. Indeed, such a presentation is well-executed. Fletcher states that the perspective of the video …

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Interview: Titanic film star Edward Fletcher on career progression, debut album, and rock n’ roll spirit

Massachusetts-born, California-based Edward Fletcher is best known for his role as Sixth Officer James Moody in James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster, Titanic. Additional roles in the following decade would solidify his acting credibility; among them, a partygoer in the “Fool for Love” episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2000), and Mr. …

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