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Album Review: Metal Church – Damned If You Do

A review on Damned If You Do, the twelfth studio album from Metal Church. Metal Church is an American heavy metal band. They originally formed in San Francisco, California in 1980 before relocating to Aberdeen, Washington the following year and briefly using the name Shrapnel. Their self titled debut album was released in 1984. Damned If You Do is the twelfth studio album …

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Xuan Releases “Have Some Fun”

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/stoplookingatmexuan/ A buxom little percussive part slinks around in stereo sound as we enter the opening bars of “Big Blue Ocean,” just one of twelve all new songs offered on rising popstar Xuan’s new album Have Some Fun. It’s punctuated by a glistening vocal from Xuan, who elegantly commands the …

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Rebecca Blasband’s “Here” 

URL: https://www.beckyblasband.com/here/ Few albums are able to capture the identity of an artist as well as Rebecca Blasband’s Here does. Released mid-November of this year, Here is an anthological, wide-reaching LP from an artist who wowed critics and audiences 20 years ago with her first album RAPT and left an indelible imprint on indie rock as …

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Timber Release LP

URL: http://www.timber-music.com/ In Timber’s first full length album and sophomore release The Family, the genre-bending duo expand on the framework of their self-titled debut EP by adding affectionate pop grooves, spacey melodies and delicate, patient rhythms that dabble in post-rock and progressive music. Spread out across eight stunningly sharp tracks, The Family unfolds …

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