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Remote Jazz

Remotejazz – Oceanview – Review

Frederick, Maryland: home to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. One could argue that it is also home to another kind of medicine – Remotejazz for the soul. I am of course talking about music. But not just any music. Frederick, MD, is the home to Robert L. Bryant, an independent artist, record producer, […]

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Among Radio Thieves

Among Radio Thieves – Review

Eastern European quartet Among Radio Thieves has a batch of rockin tunes on their hands. The alternative rockers have been releasing singles at a feverish pace, putting out five songs in the last four months. With such a prolific output, the band is on track to release a full album’s worth by year’s end. Their […]

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Drae Lawson

Drae Lawson – Canada FLY – Review

Canada gets a bad rap. Pun intended. It never used to be the first place hip-hop fans would look for dope beats, lyrical genius or any kind of hood ready hip-hop. I mean, how can you hit your 16 switches with snow chains on your tires? Ok, enough Canada jokes. The truth is, thanks to […]

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Web Sheldon

Web Sheldon – IG ID – Review

Since debuting his solo single “Ranch House on A Hill” in January 2016, Web Sheldon has completed two EPs as well as his most recent album Fingerprints released in 2017 via Particle Zoo Recordings. “IG-ID” is the first single off of Fingerprints, an album that addresses themes of individual expression and societal breakdown. A London-based […]

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Lydmusik

Lyd – Alone In The Dark – Review

From the very first haunting notes of “Alone In The Dark” by the artist Lyd, it’s clear that the listener is in for an emotional ride. Introspective, brooding, and downright powerful, the song takes a journey through self-analysis and reflection. Lyd – Alone In The Dark The song continues his exploration of blending acoustic guitar-driven […]

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