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Ben Hippen

Ben Hippen – Review

Ben Hippen is doing something that most indie musicians are not. He’s making REAL music. Classically influenced dreamscape-ish music to be exact. Ok, most indie musicians are writing some legitimate tunes too, but Ben is doing something really cool and unique and I’m going to tell you about it. Ben Hippen So, Ben has released […]

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Radio Drive

Radio Drive – She Colors My World – Review

Radio Drive has been around for years now, mainly pushed by a force named Kevin Gullickson. We’ve reviewed his music before and he¬†was also a very early featured artist on our glorious website that has been running for 3 years now! I’ve always been a huge fan of Kevin’s music as Radio Drive and I’m […]

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Armored Theory

Armored Theory – The Fact Remains – Review

Into metal? I am. In fact, I’m REALLY into metal right now. Armored Theory is a metal band from Williamson, NY, and they’ve recently released a new project called The Fact Remains. This band is obviously working hard and they’re doing a great job at their image, including their artwork. I’m going to tell you […]

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Trevor Heaslip

Trevor Heaslip – Nothing To Say – Review

Trevor Heaslip was once a part of the Ontario-based band Shavings 57, but other than that there’s not much to find online about this guy! Literally the only “about” bio I can find about him is on his Facebook page which states “After years of working on the genre-defying solo musical project Shavings 57, Ontario-based […]

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Craymo - Take It Slow

Craymo – Take It Slow (Gotta Say Hey) – Review

Craymo is back. If you’ve been following the indie music scene closely the past couple decades, you’ve likely heard of him. He’s one of the hardest working indie pop musicians out there and has recently won some more awards to prove it! We’ve reviewed his music a few times here on the site and even […]

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Grant duncan

Grant Duncan – Alliance – Review

Grant Duncan is quite an interesting character. He’s a guitar player originally from NZ/UK who is currently living and playing music in Tokyo, Japan. Grant is also the frontman for Tokyo-based indie pop combo Pavement Candy which perform regularly around the Tokyo live arena. He was also previously¬†the songwriter/bassist and vocalist for NZ rock band […]

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Madelyn Victoria

Madelyn Victoria – Hold On – Review

While Madelyn Victoria describes her music as Neo-Traditional country, I call her voice and music “classic.” Timelessly classic in fact. Wow, this girl is really good and she’s just released a new single. In my opinion, she stands right up there with some of the best female country singers on the circuit today. She just […]

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