MUSIC REVIEWS

Randy Seedorff – “Begin Again” (LP)

Compassion irradiates on Randy Seedorff’s Begin Again. Having performed and written music for nearly 30 years, Randy pours every bit of his happiness and relief, and nostalgia into this dense record. It’s not hard to understand why when nearly two decades ago Randy fell victim to an armed robbery that …

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Davy Williamson – “Down by the Fire” (EP)

Rock music has undergone some serious identity crisis in the last few years. I always say at what point are we just going the throw away the concept of musical genre as a way to quantify these things because the lines are getting blurrier and blurrier. Like would you consider …

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Billy Jeter – “Shine Eye Landing” (LP)

Arkansas born singer/songwriter Billy Jeter’s forthcoming album Shine Eye Landing is a new peak in his musical career. The ten-song collection expands on the merits of his past work without venturing away from what has made him successful so far. Maintaining such balance while developing his art is one of Shine Eye Landing’s …

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Vineet – “Jab the World” (SINGLE)

You can’t claim Indian singer/songwriter Vineet doesn’t have the best intentions. Or lacks idealism. His latest single “Jab the World” is a timely track written in the maelstrom of a worldwide pandemic that has left millions sick, dying, or dead. It celebrates the personal sacrifices made by front-line medical personality …

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Doug Kistner Releases 2 New Singles

Doug Kistner should have been a household name by now. If you heard his music out on the street you’d think you were listening to a missing b-side from a band that you *think* you know, but in reality is a talent all his own. Let me not be mistaken …

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Zack Landry – “Hold On” (SINGLE)

Coming in beaming with optimism and positivity is the triumphant energy by singer/songwriter Zack Landry and his latest single “Hold On”. A 5-minute celebration of faith and empowerment wrapped up in an exciting presentation, this a musical highlight for both those of a specific faith and even those who aren’t …

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My Forever DJ – “Southern Hotspots” (LP)

One of the hardest things that come with the territory of releasing a cover album is the immediate comparisons the artist brings upon themselves by releasing work that didn’t originate with them. It takes a special type of confidence to pull it off, and even more than that, any act …

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