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Love Stallion

Love Stallion – Big Rock Radio – Review

What began as a musical experiment between vocalist Aaron Hart and guitarist Crayton Huntly in 2013 turned into a glam rock sensation by 2015. Based out of Denver, CO, Love Stallion is known for its lively performances, flashy costumes, and chiseled man thighs. Inspired by stadium rock legends such as Kiss, Def Leppard, and Van […]

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Clayton Morgan

Clayton Morgan – The Beat is Calling Me – Review

Dallas, TX-based singer/songwriter Clayton Morgan has released the follow-up single to his critically acclaimed debut “Taste For Love”. On his new track, “The Beat Is Calling Me”, Morgan has expanded his sound and injected more energy, offering a fitting successor to his first effort. Clayton Morgan – The Beat is Calling Me Born into a […]

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DJ R3v3r3nd Murd3r

DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R – Review

It makes me feel happy to know that musical quality is alive and well in hip-hop. Ok, first of all, DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R is way to hard to type repeatedly, so let’s call this artist Justin. Actually, Justin is his real name and he makes a combination of EDM and hip-hop. His beats hark back […]

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joe Carl

Joe Carl – No Money Left For Fun – Review

Joe Carl is a new solo artist who recently released his first double single, No Money Left For Fun. The single consists of two separate tracks, both individually short in duration: “1974” is a mere one minute and twenty seconds; while the second track “Monochrome” is exactly two minutes long. Joe Carl’s debut double single […]

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Dizzy Ninja

Dizzy Ninja – Review

If you ever wondered what happened to Jay-Z, look no further. Dizzy Ninja has got all the answers you are looking for. Well, at least the ones you came up with when you were smoking weed last night. Dizzy’s music is full of weed-fueled philosophy backed up by a throwback production style of the 80s […]

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Bill Abernathy

Bill Abernathy – Cry Wolf – Review

Bill Abernathy is a guitarist and singer/songwriter based in Kansas City, MO. If you’re into rootsy folk-rock with a bit of a political edge then keep reading! He’s influenced by Dan Fogelberg, CSN, Kenny Loggins and other artists in those genres but isn’t afraid to step out of the box. Bill Abernathy – Cry Wolf So, […]

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Jake Henniger

Jake Henniger – Spaced Out – Review

Hailing from Largo, FL, Jake Henniger is a 21-year-old solo artist with a thriving passion for writing and playing his original instrumental music. Having received his first guitar at age ten in exchange for playing on a little league all-star baseball team, Henniger taught himself guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums. After making the decision to […]

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