Ben Cote Band Get Your Licks In

The Ben Cote Band – Get Your Licks In – Review

Ben Cote may only be 23 while looking 16, but there’s no doubt he shreds with some killer bravado. Mixing the heavy influences of 80s rock gods like Eddie Van Halen, Steven Tyler, Clapton, and Slash; He even slips in some Replacements-like sounds. The Ben Cote Band – Get Your Licks In The Ben Cote […]

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Somatic Moon

Somatic Moon – Sober – Review

Hailing from New York City, Somatic Moon is an alternative trip-hop trio that uses a mix of vocals, guitar, bass, and electronic drums and synth textures. The band consists of vocalist Eve Lesov, bassist Ricardo Rodriguez, and electronic synthesizer Michael Litvinenko. Having released two full-length albums since its debut in 2016, Somatic Moon is now […]

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Fintan McKahey

Fintan McKahey – Amicable Ambience – Review

Irish singer/songwriter Fintan McKahey has been hard at work on musical exploration. His latest offering, entitled “Amicable Ambience”, is a study in down-tempo electronic production and ethereal sonic landscapes. Having studied in London, Africa, Asia, and South America, the young artist delivers a haunting performance on a track that perfectly sums up his various influences. […]

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Forest Robots

Forest Robots – Timberline And Mountain Crest – Review

Based out of Los Angeles, Forest Robots is not politically driven, but rather nature driven. Musical Machinist Fran Dominguez creates electronic soundscapes in an effort to widen people’s sound palettes and their connection with nature. The newest album, Timberline And Mountain Crest, demonstrates more heightened synth-wave exploration than the previous album, Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. 1. […]

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Dash band

Dash Band – Super – Review

Super is the debut album from rock/soul band Dash. Despite the fact that the band is less than a year old, the record is overflowing with groovy tunes and party vibes. Based out of Bozeman, MT, the group covers a large variety of sound, incorporating elements such as funk, soul, reggae, R&B, and rock. Beginning […]

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Patrick Ames

Patrick Ames – Like Family – Review

Like Family, the EP from Americana Singer/Songwriter Patrick Ames, is a study in introspection. The San Francisco-based artist reflects on life, relationships, and purpose. Relying largely on MIDI guitar synth for texture, the EP traces periods of Ames’ life and finds him contemplative but generally content. In his own words: “The EP is dedicated to […]

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