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Jeremy Rice releases single “Arriianne”

Canadian songwriter Jeremy Rice is garnering a ton of buzz this September, and it’s undoubtedly because of the new music video for his single “Arriianne.” With a colorful cast of characters that include five forest green sock puppets, the video for “Arriianne” is a creatively black and white revival of …

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Smomid’s Pyramidi Scheme (LP)

Nick Demopoulos, working under the moniker Smomid, produces musical compositions defying tradition and pushing listener’s ideas about songcraft into challenging new areas. It is key for readers and potential listeners to recognize what awaits them before hearing this release for a first time. He writes and records music with self-designed …

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Nocturnal Blonde Still Gushing (LP)

With the cadence of an elevated heartbeat, Nocturnal Blonde kick off their new album Still Gushing with an evocative drumbeat and a burning vocal harmony between Rachel Adams and Richie Williams in the first of the twelve tracks that Williams wrote with his brother Dave, “Smart Heart.” “Smart Heart” shoulders a beast …

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Kazyak’s new record Odyssey

“Contravertical,” the opening track in Kazyak’s new record Odyssey, begins in a haze of distorted spoken word and synthesized clouds that churn into a solid harmony by the time we hit the forty-second mark in the track. The music drones forward with a confident ease, unraveling one note at a time, …

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Nicholas Altobelli is back in the spotlight

After four long years, Nicholas Altobelli is finally back in the spotlight with some new material in the form of Vertigo, a 35-minute studio album packed with more haunting harmonies than most records twice its length are. Altobelli introduces us to fiery riffage in “Runaway Trains,” pastoral poeticisms in “Everybody …

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Jennifer Truesdale – Through the Circle (LP)

FACEBOOK: https://www.jennifertruesdale.com/ Jennifer Truesdale’s musical education proves to be no impediment towards making heartfelt music on her release Through the Circle. The ten track effort boasts eight original compositions and two covers from iconic songwriters Stephen Stills and John Fogerty and those two selections blend in well with the overall presentation. …

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Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs

Hughie Mac has covered some of the most iconic songs in the history of pop music, and for those familiar with his latest album, the poignant Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs, Pt.3, his new star single “Let’s Get Away” is certainly one his very best performances so far. “Let’s Get …

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Still G & Slapy’s “Endless”

Still G & Slapy’s “Endless,” which recently scaled the Euro Indie Music Chart to the #10 slot whilst receiving airplay on hundreds of stations in over five dozen countries around the world, opens with a menacing synthesized salvo that will grow stronger with every verse that the Italian lyrical wizards …

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