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With an easy rhythm behind the drums to guide their ethereal glow, the keys in “Jupiter” are rivaled only by the sax that occasionally accents the melodic ribbonry they so beautifully unleash. The slow-churning ascent we find in this track isn’t all that different from the one that gives life to “Turn Clockwise and Push”
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Hard rock rebels Vicious Kitty get very conceptual when they’re left to their own devices, and I don’t think their considerable buzz prepared me for what I was going to review this summer in their new LP Vicious Kitty. Just looking at the tracklist of Vicious Kitty alludes to a contemporary hedonism so many of their rivals have futilely
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Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth Interview with Alonso Duralde, Film Critic, Podcaster,  and Author of “Hollywood Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Representation and Perseverance in Film”. Alonso Duralde is a renowned film critic, journalist, author and podcaster whose movie reviews and commentaries have brought him great respect, both within the film industry and among the
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In a world where the pulse of rock music often races with fervor, UniversalDice’s latest single “Once Upon A Time” emerges as a poignant reminder that within the genre’s vast landscape lies a space for introspection and contemplation. With a nod to classic rock’s heyday, Gerry Dantone, the mastermind behind UniversalDice, crafts a track that
Step into the whimsical world of Streaking In Tongues, where melodies dance like fireflies and rhythms ripple like gentle streams. In their latest instrumental offering, Einstein’s Napkin, this father-son duo, Ronnie and Elliott Ferguson, deliver a musical escapade inspired by the poetic musings of Marty Achatz. But don’t be fooled by the lack of lyrical
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It’s a bracing sign of confidence that musician/composer Jake Allen and painter Jennifer Mann named their first collaboration Refractions, Vol. 1. They are already looking to the future. I believe a single listen to this 10-song outing underscores why. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/jakeallenmusic Each piece and the work as a whole bear witness to the unorthodox nature of
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In due time, I believe Daniel Grindstaff will find his way into the annals of bluegrass history. He’s well on his way. His new single “Looking at the World Through a Windshield” couples his considerable gifts with those of singer/songwriter and guitarist Trey Hensley. The two make a formidable pair. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/danielgrindstaffmusic/ Grindstaff has plied
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Wilson Banjo Co.’s new album Memory Lane continues in the tradition established on prior releases such as Spirits in the Hills and Six Degrees of Separation without retreading familiar ground. Those who claim that bluegrass is a narrow style with little flexibility would do well to acquaint themselves with Steve Wilson’s songwriting and playing. He assembles a first-class crew of like-minded
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It takes sharp songwriting skills to write from a place of personal experience without ever crossing the line into obscurity. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/robeberle/ Rob Eberle navigates that line like a master. His new single “Half of You” covers the emotional fallout from an one-sided love affair with more maturity, heartache, and yearning than you’d typically hear
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There’s a little bit of everything on Touch the Buffalo’s Bodhicitta, and there better be. Touch the Buffalo hails from the competitive and vibrant Washington D.C. music community, so putting their best musical foot forward is essential for this unit to make a big splash. The four-song EP accomplishes that. URL: https://www.touchthebuffalo.com/ We’re in recognizable terrain on
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How would you classify your music? It’s in the yacht rock world w some of the chord progressions i tend to go for and it definitely has a classic rock vibe Who are some of your top 5 musical influences? There are many but ill say Michael Mcdonald, James Pankow, Steely Dan, Elton, Bill Champlin
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We are chatting today with the amazing and talented recording artist Ally Bakst- welcome! Let’s start off strong – what drives you to create music? Hey, thanks for having me! Something inside of me has always compelled me to create music and art. I think music in particular has always been an outlet of expression
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