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On The Water

Cordelia by On the Water On the Water, a dark folk project from Philadelphia, will soon release their fifth album, Cordelia. Fletcher Van Vliet, songwriter and founding member, describes the album as a dark love poem about self-discovery, realizing the things you love, close friends and adventure, limitations and failures, …

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Audrey Auld

Audrey Auld URL: http://www.audreyauld.com/ In early 2014, Nashville recording artist Audrey Auld was diagnosed with cancer. One of her goals after receiving this unfortunate news was to record the songs she’d written with inmates at the San Quentin prison in California. After playing a show at the prison eight years …

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Craymo releases 2 new singles

Artist: Craymo (Craig Raymo) SINGLES: Be Myself, Love You More FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/craymo.music The Review: So as luck would have it I stumble across the latest 2 offerings from Florida based Singer/Songwriter Craig Raymo Be Myself and Love You More. First off let me just say I really love emotional songwriting that’s …

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Kali

Kali REVERBNATION: http://www.reverbnation.com/kalisanna Kali Sanna is a veteran soldier for the US Army and an R&B/Soul artist In Charlotte, NC. His music is not the type of R&B you would normally hear. He has a unique sound that mixes 80’s style electronic funk with smooth jazzy soul music. A couple …

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Casey Weston – Young Heart

Casey Weston – Young Heart URL: http://caseyweston.com/ Most would agree most popular artists out there have something truly special to give to their fans. This goes above the typical attributes like raw talent, amazing songs, nice voice, or even a very marketable look, sound & image. There’s something truly infectious …

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Interview with Seaside Caves

If The Cure and U2 could musically procreate, their unlikely offspring might sound a lot like newcomers, Seaside Caves. Hailing from Asbury Park, New Jersey, the four-piece band has taken the often harsh realities of everyday life and reimagined them into a compellingly emotive artform. In a dreamscape infused by …

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Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones

Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones CD: Grain of Sand URL: http://www.extremeflute.com/ The great artists out there offer listeners something that can be awe-inspiring. Canadian alto Flute and Alto Flute player Bill McBirnie recently teamed up with Bruce Jones (guitar, percussion, synth) for “Grain of Sand” Both fit well into this …

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Walking Shapes Announce Release of “Taka Come On” Deluxe Edition

Indie rock band Walking Shapes released the Deluxe Edition of their debut album Taka Come On, a fierce and eclectic ode to New York City, on April, 21st, 2015 on iTunes and Spotify. The Deluxe Edition includes two previously unreleased tracks, “Pool,” which premiered on Revolt TV, and “Black Eye,” which was featured as Interview Magazine’s song …

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