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EP Review: Stefan Kristinkov “Clarinet Vibe”

Stefan Kristinkov’s Clarinet Vibe is a glittering example of instrumental excellence. This excellent musician and composer surrounds himself with comparable talents on this five track EP and serves listeners thoroughly accessible fare despite his considerable skills. He’s well versed in classical, post-modernism, Eastern European minimalism, and jazz so there’s little he …

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EP Review: WRYT “WRYT”

Washington D.C. continues to produce innovating and genre-defying artists. New to the scene is WRYT and its self-titled debut EP. The moniker of singer and songwriter Mychael Wright, WRYT mixes blazing, socially conscious lyrics and waves of guitar and percussion. Rock, pop or contemporary – these songs push the envelope and share …

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Caroline Ferrante Releases Beyond EP

Although Caroline’s songs oftentimes get categorized as folk music, the tracks collected for her Beyond EP encompasses so much more than that broad generalization may suggest. These songs incorporate good, old fashioned gospel sounds, as well as traditional, old school worship elements. The project begins with “River Flow,” which is a choir-ly, …

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Toothless – Red EP

Pennsylvania metalcore band, Toothless, describe their influences from bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan, and Every Time I Die. With their new EP, Red, the band hope to combine those influences into these 6 tracks. As quoted by the drummer, James Slattery, “[…] we explored our individual influences more than …

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