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Album Review: Halestorm – Vicious

An album review on Vicious, the fourth full album from Halestorm. Halestorm is an American rock band from Red Lion, Pennsylvania, consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Lzzy Hale, her brother drummer and percussionist Arejay Hale, guitarist Joe Hottinger, and bassist Josh Smith. The group’s self-titled debut album was released on April 28, 2009, through Atlantic Records. Their second …

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EP REVIEW: Brown Kid “Rusty Strings”

Brown Kid – Rusty Strings SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/brown_kid_music/sets/rusty-strings Brown Kid’s third studio release and first EP Rusty Strings lays the foundation for the next lap of this talented Peruvian singer/songwriter’s artistic development. The six song collection arrives with a smattering of press describing the “island” qualities of Brown Kid’s music, but his musical …

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REVIEW: “Losing Me” by Lauria

“Losing Me” by Lauria URL: https://www.lauria-music.com/ “Losing Me” is the debut single from Montreal’s Florie-Laure “Lauria” Zadigue Dubé. Her words, her voice, her essence permeate and captivate your imagination. This impressive song is just the more heightened by Lauria’s intriguing delivery and smooth aura. The current student at Concordia University …

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Review: Balloon Ride Fantasy – BRF

Balloon Ride Fantasy – BRF (EP) TWITTER: https://twitter.com/brfband?lang=en Like the harmonizing of a thousand angelic voices uniting together to create one single spellbinding force to be reckoned with, “Welcoming Party” invites us directly into the insular, unforgivingly atmospheric universe of space age tones and ethereal cries of war and peace …

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C.K. & the Rising Tide release LP

BANDCAMP: https://cktherisingtide.bandcamp.com/album/american-romance In their debut album American Romance, C.K. & the Rising Tide take us on an exhilarating and reflective trip coasting through the pasturelands and gorgeous natural beauty of their native upstate New York and beyond, deep into the lexicon of the American songbook. It takes a certain amount of …

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