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610 – Sense of Urgency – Review

610 as he calls himself, otherwise known as Anthony Lipira, is based out of St. Charles, IL, and is currently supporting his most recent release Sense Of Urgency. He creates, records, and produces original Alt-Rock songs. Anthony lists some of his influences as U2, REM, Pink Floyd, Death Cab, MGMT, and Depeche Mode. We have […]

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Phase2

Phase 2 – Boombox Chronicle – Review

Here’s a story of just another Filipino rapper who grew up in the Middle East, relocated to North Carolina and now makes hip-hop tracks that ring back to the boom bap days of the 90’s. If you’ve seen one, then you must have seen Phase2 because I’ve never seen another. You can tell Phase (can […]

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Craymo

Craymo – Be Myself – Review

Craymo. This excellent dude was born Craig Stephen Raymo in Massena, New York, and grew up in nearby Ogdensburg, a quiet little city on the St. Lawrence River bordering Canada. He’s now based in Orlando, FL, and recently submitted his single “Be Myself” for review and I have to say I’m glad he did. I’m […]

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SickLife

Sick.Life – Contagion – Review

The word “Classic” is not one that I like to throw around but, this Contagion project by Sick.Life has all the makings of a Classic Hip-Hop album. I mean, this thing is truly solid from front to back. Production, Lyrics and the chemistry between the artists all blend well together to make a truly great […]

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BluzMusic

Bluz – Review

When I saw the submission for a “blues” band I was expecting to hear a raunchy 10-track album full of guitar solos, shuffle rhythms and lots of bitching. Luckily, that’s NOT what I found. Instead, I found a duo of American guys that found each other in Prague years ago and are now making modern blues […]

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Mandabrat - The Road Trip

Mandabrat – The Road Trip – Review

Mandabrat, born Shame Manda in Mutare, Zimbabwe, is a producer/DJ now based in South Africa. He is churning out the tunes and we’ve had the pleasure of reviewing a few of them. I’m happy to see the consistent progression and “The Road Trip” is going down in the books as one of his best yet. […]

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