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  • Boogie “Out My Way (Bitter Raps II)”
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    Boogie “Out My Way (Bitter Raps II)”

    Boogie’s New Track “Out My Way (Bitter Raps II)” Track Review: “Tell me, what you feelin’ like…” Boogie says, opening his track “Out My Way (Bitter Raps II).” Boogie deals with karmic issues of decision, and opts to feel “right.” Boogie is fed up with outside opinion. Self-released tracks, “Catching Feelings (Feat. Tink),” and “Out […] More

  • Negative Gemini Twitter Contest and New Track
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    Negative Gemini Twitter Contest and New Track

    “Body Work” by Negative Gemini Track Review: When I read Chris March’s article about “Body Work” by Negative Gemini, I could not wait to hear the track. March said, “[Body Work is] an ethereal, dreamily brooding club track that we imagine would sound even more glorious and hypnotic in the confines of a cavernous warehouse […] More

  • Love Askling on SoundCloud
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    Love Askling on SoundCloud

    “Alleyway” by Love Askling Track Review: I came across Love Askling – artist on the rise – on SoundCloud and could not stop listening to his fresh track “Alleyway.” Mixing and mastering musical tracks from home, Love Askling notes himself as “a 19-year-old bedroom musician” from Sweden (SoundCloud). “Alleyway” brings fresh indie-rock sounds and strong […] More

  • Sheer Mag III Track Review “Worth the Tears”
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    Sheer Mag III Track Review “Worth the Tears”

    “Worth the Tears” by Sheer Mag from III Track Review: American rock meets Philly punk in this freshly released track called “Worth the Tears” by Sheer Mag from their new album. Wielding intense vocal stylings of Christina Halladay, Jeremy Gordon noted Halladay’s vulnerability present in the new album, especially in tracks “Worth the Tears” and […] More

  • Adore Delano “I Can’t Love You” from After Party
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    Adore Delano “I Can’t Love You” from After Party

    “I Can’t Love You” by Adore Delano from After Party Track Review: Described as “the most talented Mermaid” on iTunes (Delin1917), Adore Delano’s beautiful lyrical piece “I Can’t Love You” is featured on After Party. Released today, 11 March 2016, and noted as a follow-up piece to Til Death Do Us Part, “After Party is […] More

  • Sara Hartman’s “Two Feet Off the Ground”
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    Sara Hartman’s “Two Feet Off the Ground”

    “Two Feet Off the Ground” by Sara Hartman Track Review: Eric Skelton noted that Sara Hartman has received much attention since her November 2015 release of “Monsters Lead Me Home”: over eight million plays on Spotify. Not to mention the impressive attention of pop-icon Ellie Goulding. Hartman creates pop-music to recharge one’s energy. Skelton said, […] More

  • Brian Fallon Painkillers to Numb the Sting of Love
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    Brian Fallon Painkillers to Numb the Sting of Love

    “Among Other Foolish Things” by Brian Fallon from Painkillers Track Review: Twangy guitar riffs open this jam. Brian Fallon’s track “Among Other Foolish Things” highlights the absurdity in the thought that “love love love is all you need.” People need more things than love alone because love often leaves a person wanting. Fallon accepts the […] More

  • Robert Pollard Music Stylings Album and Track Release
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    Robert Pollard Music Stylings Album and Track Release

    Robert Pollard Glam Orchestra Rock tinged with Indie Track Review: Paul Stokes reviewed Robert Pollard’s new track release “My Zodiac Companion” and noted Pollard as saying the piece is “Kind of like Rocky Horror Picture Show” (MoJo). Pollard calls the track more than just another clip of music, “My Zodiac Companion” is a Glam-Rock-Drama. Invoking […] More

  • Mayer Hawthorne “Love Like That”
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    Mayer Hawthorne “Love Like That”

    “Love Like That” by Mayer Hawthorne from Man About Town Track Review: Oozing in swag, Mayer Hawthorne’s track release “Love Like That” is sure to satisfy. The tunes invoke psychedelic-funk-pop mantras and near discoesque tempo. You want to listen to this track, and yeah…who doesn’t want a love like that – one that engulfs life? […] More

  • Com Truise Releases Track “Silicone Tare”
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    Com Truise Releases Track “Silicone Tare”

    “Silicon Tare” by Com Truise from Ghostly http://https://soundcloud.com/ghostly/com-truise-silicon-tare Released yesterday, “Silicon Tare” by Com Truise is currently available for purchase on iTunes. “Diffraction” is also available, for $.99 each. The full five track EP Ghostly is expected by 1 April 2016, pre-order currently at only $3.99. North American Tour w/STRFKR 04.09 Austin, TX @ Euphoria […] More

  • Appleby’s “Castles (prod. Elias Abid)” Upcoming EP Down Dance
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    Appleby’s “Castles (prod. Elias Abid)” Upcoming EP Down Dance

    “Castles (prod. Elias Abid)” by Appleby from debut EP Down Dance Mixed and mastered by Bryan “Kawaakari” Schwaller, Appleby’s second track from Down Dance is “Castles.” A fresh, fun track, “Castles” is the first track dropped from Appleby in 2016 (Pigeons and Planes). Appleby maintains an air of absence from the scene, and the EP […] More

  • Sultry Southern Blues in “Down in Georgia” by Daniel James Bixler
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    Sultry Southern Blues in “Down in Georgia” by Daniel James Bixler

    Earthy Demo-Find I came across Daniel James Bixler on SoundCloud. Freshly uploaded less than fifteen hours ago, Bixler created “Down in Georgia” to invoke southern charm. Daniel James Bixler is an interesting artist on the rise. Last month, Bixler participated in a Song Challenge, posting eleven song-a-day entries. Numerous postings and uploads are available from […] More

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