MUSIC REVIEWS

Benny’s TV Repair by Irene Kelley 

With a fiddle’s excited cry, “Something About A Train Sound” starts off Irene Kelley’s Benny’s TV Repair with a swinging optimism set to a bluegrass harmony unlike any other we’ll hear in the other ten songs on the album. At the end of this track, we immediately jump into the simplistic strut …

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Hunting Memories – the 20 song album

Hunting Memories, the 20 song album by Visual Artist Tahiti Pehrson, is everything is would seem to be once you’ve been through the entire track list to find a cool album worth recommending. ABOUT TAHITI PEHRSON: http://www.tahitipehrson.com/ “Smoke Screen” is an instrumental track with some tasty guitar and keyboard interplay …

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Griffin Holtby releases new single Overgrown

I knew I was hearing something special and individual only a minute in. Griffin Holtby’s single “Overgrown” isn’t a song that grows on you. I think it is a track that speaks to you on its first go-around because it contains such emotion and melodic style that you can’t resist …

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Anthems 2 Love by Jupiter in Velvet

Anthems 2 Love, the latest record from Jupiter in Velvet, starts amidst waves crashing on a deserted beach somewhere in “A Cooler Shade of Mad,” hinting at the distant surrealism that will be a theme throughout the next five tracks that come after this opening cut. A fuzzy guitar and …

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“Donna” by The Inoculated Canaries

Brimming with fresh pop color but as strong a rock n’ roll force as one would expect them to be, the powerhouse guitar parts found in The Inoculated Canaries’ new single “Donna” are laced with adrenaline and spiked with just a dash of polished swing as to get anyone listening …

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Cassandra drops new Christmas Single

“I Love Christmas” by Cassandra, is a smoking hot holiday tune and that’s only the first thing to notice among the music of this artist from Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario. Behind the tune is more than meets the ear, but the artist herself is one to watch for, and that’s the second …

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Jeff Parker & Company release new Album

The late 2010s have produced some really strong content from bluegrass artists around the United States, but back in the motherland of Kentucky, Jeff Parker & Company recorded what amounts to being one of their best records yet in Time Has Made a Change. Built on the back of oaky vocals …

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