MUSIC REVIEWS

Guillermo Marigliano “Inner Path” (EP)

With as much attitude as the instrumentation comprising its greatest harmony, Guillermo Marigliano’s fretting stomps into focus like nothing else does in all three of the songs featured in the new record Inner Path. While there’s a lot to what makes this EP such a fascinating and immersive listen, it starts …

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Sobak “A Little More Time” (LP) 

Anthony Sobak’s music has several factors distinguishing it from run-of-the-mill fare. His vocals are definitely one of the key ingredients giving him a different flavor. Sobak’s voice is far from conventionally “pretty”, but it’s bursting with soul and rugged unquestionable passion. The miles you hear in his vocals lend added …

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John Dorsch’s “Elevation” (LP) 

John Dorsch is the epitome of a musician’s musician. He hasn’t headlined stadiums with his various bands or hit the top of the Billboard charts playing electric guitar. He’s spent decades, however, perfecting his art for his edification and generations of appreciative local audiences without ever resting on his laurels. …

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Will Rainier “Wobble in the Moon” (LP) 

The blending of indie singer/songwriter feel, and country music influences heard on Will Rainier’s Wobble in the Moon represents a newfound maturity in his recording output. Rainier has long loomed as a formidable talent in the indie music world with a score of releases, solo and otherwise, to his credit. The ten …

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Jason Freddi “Dreaming Australia” (LP) 

It’s always invigorating discovering a singer/songwriter that you haven’t heard of before. There’s a thrill for music devotees when you hear them for the first time. You take in their musical idiosyncrasies with surprise, listen for distinctive turns of phrases, and draw common reference points with other artists, if such …

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