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Album Review. Seth Glier: Birds

Grammy nominated musician Seth Glier will be releasing his new record Birds, a follow up to If I Could Change One Thing, on August 25th. Glier captures the audiences attention from note one and never lets go, delivering songs of a political and personal nature that will resonate with his …

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Album Review. Elliot Root: Conjure

Elliot Root’s debut album Conjure doesn’t come out until August 25th,butthis reviewer can promise music enthusiasts that once you get it in your hands and into your ears the anticipation will have been worth the wait. “Take Your Money” has a very unique feel to it and really establishes the …

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Album review: Jack Shields – Leaving California EP

From deep inside a forested corner of Connecticut, experimental singer songwriter Jack Shields, formerly known as atolla, kicked off the month with a 5 track EP titled Leaving California, released independently via SoundCloud. Despite actively sharing music for over 10 years, this is his first debut since last year’s 9 track collaboration (titled me in other places) with artists …

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Album Review: Quist – Trigger

Danish instro-rock guitar virtuoso Jacob Quistgaard is spreading his signature sound around the world. Having picked up the six-string as a child, Quistgaard worked to develop a competent skillset by adolescence once moving to the UK. He then furthered his craft in the Royal Music Academy, under the tutelage of …

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Album Review: Varials – Pain Again

Varials is up-and-coming metalcore’s divine quintet, proving to be one of Fearless Records’ heaviest bands with their brutal nature and cynical lyricism. Reigning from Philadelphia, vocalist Travis Tabron, guitarist Mitchell Rogers, guitarist James Hohenwarter, drummer Sean Rauchut, and bassist Mike Foley have joined forces on their Fearless debut album Pain …

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Skye Verbs’ Intriguing New EP ‘Soul Food Eye Candy’ Is Fuel For The Mind And The Body

RnB Trap Soul artist Skye Verbs just released her latest project, ‘Soul Food Eye Candy.’ Hailing from Connecticut, her entire journey began with an infatuation of her parents’ decorative piano. Since her musical inclination as a child, she learned how to play the piano, joined her school choir, and has …

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