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Interview: John Strickland of Lullwater

Georgia’s Lullwater have crafted a solid ethic based on passion, integrity, and persistence. Hailing from Athens, the alternative rock collective spent a decade in various permutations through constant jam sessions, and especially their live run spanning hundreds of shows. Such experience would translate competently within their self-titled debut album, as …

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Live Review + Gallery: Alice in Chains at Budapest Park on 07/01/2018

Alice In Chains are on the European leg of their 2018 tour and only a couple of days after visiting Zagreb, Croatia and Vienna, Austria they played a packed show in Budapest, Hungary. Budapest Park is a wonderful outdoor venue and Sunday evening couldn’t felt better with 70 degrees. The …

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Album Review: Steven J. Vertun – Ghost, Shadow and Sun

The musical journey of singer-songwriter Steven J. Vertun is a fine one to behold. As a 5-year-old, Vertun’s behavioral difficulties had his parents strapped for solutions. Eventually, an accordion proved to be—among all descriptors—instrumental. While it did little in providing Vertun tranquility, it ultimately fostered a musical proclivity that transitioned …

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