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Reviews (12/06/2018)
Mark Schirmacher - "Are You Okay"
Many researchers have proven that music has the ability to cure both physical and mental injuries quite effectively. Soulful music easily finds its path to reach one's heart and bear open the soul to heal the tiny little sores that have accumulated and kept one barren and secluded from the rest. ...

Reviews (11/06/2018)
Yam Haus - 'Stargazer'
It doesn't matter how bad you felt yesterday; you may have a stressful day at work or going through an emotional turmoil. The Minneapolis-based pop band, Yam Haus's debut music album, 'Stargazer' is something that will make you clear off your baggage of anxiety, depression, stress out of the door forever, ...

Reviews (11/06/2018)
Yam Haus - "West Coast"
"In a universe of stories left undone, can you believe that you've been given what you want?" With this surprising question to the audience, the crew of Yam Haus has led their debut album, 'Stargazer'. After getting finished with their high school musical performances, the Minneapolis-based band, ...

Reviews (11/06/2018)
The New Occupants (Ft. Mr. MooQ) - "Be Careful What You Listen To"
Is there any song like itself is a bold and straight-forward musical advocacy, advising the audience about the addictive powers of music? Sure there is, and it is "Be Careful What You Listen To", the recently launched single of The New Occupants. This single is a part of their album, 'Halloween ...

Reviews (11/06/2018)
Cyborg Asylum - "Paradigm Shift"
Hovering on the waves of the new generation of musical notes, many musicians have traveled to incredible heights with their amazing musical compositions. Cyborg Asylum is a joint venture of the truly talented New-York based producer and singer duo, David Varga and John Tumminia, who have been creating ...

Reviews (06/06/2018)
Astronomique - 'Losing Our Control'
This is a single from the soon to be released LP Sharp Divide. Astronomique release this single close to six months after giving us Mimic Forms and 23rd Century. The band was able to retain its trademark sixties vibe in this recently released single. The Minneapolis based band has stayed true to ...

Reviews (04/06/2018)
Annie Fitzgerald - "Black And Blue"
What makes an artist great? A kind of music that evokes pleasure and satisfaction among the audience, and of course, which they can relate the music to their lives. Here stands Annie Fitzgerald! She is an American singer, songwriter, one of the blessed and talented indie artists, best known for creating ...

Reviews (30/05/2018)
Chris Pietrangelo - "Hard To Be Sad In Nashville" From The Album 'Young On The Run'
Here comes another blissful soundtrack! And this time, it is "Hard to be Sad in Nashville", from the album "Young On The Run", has just been released in 2017 by Chris Pietrangelo. Being a music veteran for many years, this Memphis based musician has come out with wonderful songs in his latest album, ...

Reviews (22/05/2018)
Big Merino - 'Suburban Wildlife'
Writing a music review is not like randomly pinning down a musician or a band based on some common and generic illustration or an available sound bite; it is much more than that. It takes a lot of research to come out with a fair review of a song, album, band, musician, etc. Recently, the Sydney-based ...

Reviews (21/05/2018)
RGF- 'Blue Angel'
Is there a doctor in the room? Famous words that many refer to when in need of a doctor in the event of an emergency! Well, it's getting hot, the kids are about to start embarking on a summer vacation, and then the magic question always is: What are you doing for the summer? Since there are tons of ...

Reviews (16/05/2018)
ESP Evolution - 'Wishing On A Falling Star'
ESP Evolution goes for a great, lush style with the inspirational "Wishing on a Falling Star". Optimism rests within the song's very soul as it drives forward with a tremendous power. Grooves have a physicality to them that results in something that feels so inviting. Layer upon layer of sound is brought ...

Reviews (15/05/2018)
Gentlemen And Scholars - 'Cruisin''
July 21st, 2017 Gentleman and Scholars released, "Revelry," an album the four person band has recognized as one of their greatest achievements. The album consists of seven thoughtfully curated songs, one of which is called Cruisin'. The album is one of their first albums as an independent band not affiliated ...

Reviews (11/05/2018)
Rhett Repko - 'Before She Knows'
This is a piece which describes a broken romance that needs some effort put out on his end to repair. He does put out a lot of effort to repair the relationship. This musical piece is by Rhett Repko who began his musical journey when he took up guitar lessons in high school. He's taken inspiration from ...

Reviews (07/05/2018)
Tom Esch - "I Just Can't Believe It's True"
This DIY/Indie artist looks to make true believers out of listeners with his new single titled "I Just Can't Believe It's True". This song is from Tom's debut EP, Modern Devices, that was just recently released March, 2018. You're probably asking yourself though: 'Does this track live up to the hype ...

Reviews (04/05/2018)
Bruce Lev - "Through The Vortex - The Sedona Effect"
Bruce Lev explores a soothing pastoral realm on the spacious "Through the Vortex - The Sedona Effect". Quite playful, Bruce Lev incorporates a wide variety of styles into the mix, going from field recordings to classical with folksy elements all filtering in. The uniqueness of the album comes from how ...

Reviews (04/05/2018)
Loya - "Heptapod" From The Album 'Komaglass'
Heptapod is a song with a lot of feeling. It contains anguish, sadness and acceptance of all these negative feelings. The video is reflective of those mixing feelings that LOYA presents in the song. The video shows a black and white video segment of him following behind the girl who he is singing about ...

Reviews (24/04/2018)
Rob Ashley - "The Drugs Didn't Last Forever"
Robert Ashley has proven himself as a veteran in the music scene. His two and a half decade stint has seen him perform with the best of the best bands along the Northeast. The seasoned musician decided to go out on his own by releasing his solo project titled "Premiere. Farewell." The album is of an ...

Reviews (23/04/2018)
Bud Collins Trio - "Ī¤elevision Personalities"
Nowadays we hear a lot of criticism about the music that was produced within the last few years. The criticism is aimed mainly at the lack of instruments involved in the song, singers that are useful only in video and their voice has to be edited in order to make a good music piece out of it. There ...

Reviews (19/04/2018)
Joshua Ketchmark - "Her Voice In My Head"
Joshua Ketchmark creates a country sounding love story, about him reflecting on a current relationship and how to save it. The soothing tones of the piece are a nod towards his flux of emotions. His emotions are being calmed somewhat by listening to familiar songs and driving. It is a soft sounding ...

Reviews (18/04/2018)
RGF - "Spanish Orange"
RGF is a band based in Omaha, Nebraska. With these people I just knew that sometimes less is more and you can actually do stuff with very few resources in order to create a decent project with a very low budget. There's no need for big productions or flashy stuff, just hard work and persistence. RGF ...

Reviews (17/04/2018)
Brother Jon Band - "Bobby's Blues" From The Release 'Open Jam'
Brother Jon Band is definitely an incredible band. Being dedicated to making good music of blues and classical rock genres, the band has really done very well for itself. Brother Jon Band is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and won the Famous Dave's battle of the bands in 2016. And from till date, ...

Reviews (17/04/2018)
Rob Larkin & The Wayward Ones - "She Can Flow"
Rob Larkin and the Wayward ones brings the soulful Americana song 'she can flow' a beautiful track that features Emily Smith's lovely voice singing harmonies and melodies that gives life to anyone, she also collaborated with the lyrics of this masterpiece. The band is based in Portland; Rob Larkin ...

Reviews (05/04/2018)
Deep C Divers - "Smile For Better Days" From The Album 'Making Waves'
I remember the first thought that entered my mind when I heard the title of Deep C Diver's single Smile for Better Days from their album 'Making Waves.' I thought, now there's a song to help me look forward to the future. And the No. 4 single from the band's latest album lived up to my expectations. ...

Reviews (20/03/2018)
Review For Backroom Blues Volume Six By Various Artists (Bongo Boy Records)
BACKROOM BLUES VOLUME SIX by Various Artists Record Label: Bongo Boy Records Blues is a music Genre that originated by African Americans in the Deep South of the U.S.A. It was a way to express thoughts, feelings and just the way of Life in the Deep South. Blues has come a long way since, in terms ...

Reviews (19/03/2018)
New Single Review: Elliot Schneider - "I Second That Amendment Blues"
Elliot Schneider is a long-standing rock musician who's been in and out of the entertainment industry for many years. After quitting his music career and becoming a high school teacher, Schneider got and beat breast cancer in 2005. He dove back into his passion again once he got the chance, and he hasn't ...

Reviews (19/03/2018)
New Single Review - Happy Curmudgeons - "Idle Time"
Happy Curmudgeons is out with their first album, Meant 2 Be, which features the track, "Idle Time." Happy Curmudgeons is a unique band (as one would hope with such a fun name), seeming to roll with whatever genre that suits the mood of the moment, and they do it well. The band is headed by Dave Hamilton ...

Reviews (12/03/2018)
Rob Larkin & The Wayward Ones - "Long Time Gone"
Rob Larkin & The Wayward Ones are out with a new single, "Long Time Gone", a track from their upcoming album, Lights Are Burning. The Wayward Ones are a fresh and sultry blues rock band, featuring many influences such as 70's funk, soul, and Americana. Their sound is best described as warm and down ...

Reviews (07/03/2018)
ESP Evolution Releases 'Burning'
Lady Capri and Overdose have joined hands to create a whole new different form of the musical genre which promises to break all barriers of how music is composed and what audience is going to experience. The partnership which started in 2010 is going strong and delivering a series of hits. ESP Evolution ...

Reviews (06/03/2018)
New Single Review: Last Charge Of The Light Horse - "What If"
Last Charge of the Light Horse, a band best known for their versatile music, is out with a new album, Race to the Sound. It features the track, "What If," which is a gorgeous song. The band that started off in 2004, meant to be for singer Jean-Paul Vest's unique sound. It currently consists of Vest, ...

Reviews (26/02/2018)
Fox & Coyote - 'Blue Marble'
Minneapolis-based band Fox & Coyote are out with a new single called, "Blue Marble". It is off of the album, Scattered Shadows on a Double Bed, what is being labeled as an ambitious and dynamic record that, if this single is any indication, certainly rings true. The band is made up of original duo, ...

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