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Eric Scott Stevens’ “Burnt Umber” is an early contender for single of the year. The imaginative crackle sparking off the composition never hits me as flashy but, instead, as an authentic expression of the songwriter’s point of view. It doesn’t really matter if the material is what we might call autobiographical. Stevens so thoroughly inhabits
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Bass virtuoso Leland Sklar is the core, polestar, the guiding light of the “BASS”, and of Rock-N-Roll itself. Aside from being the leading sessions bassist on the planet for 5 decades the poetry of his longevity is the fact that he evolves, and is able to reinvent himself and reinvent the future….He is already etched
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Bio: Teyquil Skelton is a singer, songwriter, producer, writer, actor, and all-around performer, born and raised in Philadelphia. Influenced by indie pop, electro, and synth elements, Teyquil’s music has remnants of a good ol’ 80’s vibe that take you back to the nostalgia of a significant era of music with a modern twist. Artists like David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Marc Bolan, The
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AV Super Sunshine’s growing following is a testament to a successful DIY ethic in the modern music world. This resolutely independent artist has managed to forge a sterling critical reputation alongside a burgeoning fanbase expanding with each additional release. This isn’t chart success with a massive major label driven promotional push behind it, manufacturing something
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Hot off the release of their 2020 album Back to You, Suzanne’s Band is back with another standout addition for the modern independent blues-rock canon with Ice & Fire. Fans will recognize a great deal of familiarity between this and Walker’s previous songs, but longtime listeners and fans can rest assured that Walker and company still have
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Nashville, Tennessee isn’t typically associated with hard-hitting blues acts, but Chris Ford’s SuBourbon Blues Project didn’t get the memo. “Whiskey Still” is a powerhouse single from the band’s second album Where Concrete Meets the Grass and, as a representative of the album, promises Ford has further refined the gritty punch delivered during his debut. His music and
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From the start of its grungy guitar and seemingly deliberate overindulged production, “Scroll” from Emily Ronna has quickly become a gem of the 2021 music landscape for a variety of reasons. Ronna has always been a brutally uncompromising performer, combining sounds of pop, punk, rock and even dabbling in the technicolor nightmare fantasy that is
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Rocking a sensuous melodic tone that almost overshadows the lyrical ambitiousness he’s presenting so candidly to the audience, Alyst is on another level of cool at the mic in “Gold,” his new single with Affluent Oscar Sanchez. Where a lot of other rappers are starting to embrace a cut and dry stylization of arrangements, this
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For the most part, Morten Nygaard’s debut single “Tomorrow Never Comes” has a softer sensibility than most pop music does. There’s not a lot of push in the rhythm, the piano accentuates what feels like a naturally smooth, low-key tempo, and even Nygaard himself sounds more comfortable in a relaxed position than he ever would
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Love like you mean it, sings country/pop rocker Aaron Crawford in his new single, “Dreams Don’t Come Cheap”. While the title suggests a wealth of financial investment, Crawford breaks it all down for his listeners in this genuine and rather endearing up-tempo track. Featuring a swooning electric guitar and a rumbling rhythm, “Dreams Don’t Come
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Collaborations spotlight the abilities of all parties involved when they’re done right, and while the verse-heavy new album Christmas with Bigfoot initially seems to focus more on the poetic stylings of Marty Achatz, it’s undeniably a strong showing for Streaking in Tongues as well. Experimentalists Streaking in Tongues have been on every credible critics’ radar for years
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Tempting us with the tempo of his lyrics in “Angel.” Christening a harmony with pure charisma in “The Dash.” Escorting our worries from the atmosphere with a solid melodic lead in “Afraid to Dance.” In the album Philadelphia, Eric Colville isn’t necessarily rewriting the rules of American folk-rock but instead reminding all of us what made
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