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Joe Pagano – Time And Colors

The music of Joseph Pagano can be summed up in 3 words: Pop Rock Perfected.  End of article. In 2015 Joe’s debut EP Graveyard of Dream EP hit the Top 5 in radio play at the New Jersey college station WGLS and hit the Top 20 at stations in several markets, including Ft. Lauderdale, FL Galloway, […]

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Patrick Ames - Mutually

Patrick Ames – Mutually – Review

Similar to the sounds of Bob Dylan, Patrick Ames keeps the listener interested with simple melodies and lyrics coupled with sloppy rock beats and an acoustic guitar. Perfect for a lazy summer evening drinkin’ beers with good friends next to a lake kinda music. It’s amazing how much music can come out of such simplicity. […]

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Steve Kaynan - Multiverse Collission

Steve Kaynan – Multiverse Collision – Review

First things first, let’s learn a bit about Steve: Steve first picked up the guitar at age 7. By 7th grade in school, he was playing numerous wedding and partys with his fathers band and also had an original band called “The Sock Monkeys!” At 15, he won first place in the “Extreme Guitar Challenge” at […]

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DJ Straxger

DJ Straxger – The New Old School – Review

DJ Straxger is like a blast from the past, but from the future. Making his own vintage vinyl beats gives him a unique sound not heard lately due to the adoption of the digital recording age. From his bio: DJ Straxger has been rapping since 2005 and producing and DJing since 2008. Straxger uses the MPC […]

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Bad Mary

Bad Mary: It’s Bad, In A Good Way – Review

When I think of Bad Mary I think of pure raw energy. Every song is the perfect length and never skips a beat in the energy department. In fact the only break the listener gets on this 6 song excursion is the 2 seconds between songs. Just enough to catch your breath and keep moshing. […]

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JTizzle

JTizzle Has Some New Shizzle

How would I describe the music of JTizzle? Well, I would highly recommend it if you’re having a chill out session. Just as equally groovy as it is trippy, the music is more of a journey rather than one pop song to the next…the music is more “Soundscape.” Imagine me saying the word “Soundscape” with […]

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Lonesome Highway Band

Lonesome Highway Band: Reviewed

The first tune “In The Fall” definitely has that laid back late summer vibe.  As we push into the fall of 2015 I feel like the Lonesome Highway Band found me just at the right time.   “Thelma Jean” has a nice country western almost Charlie Daniels with some excellent musicianship all the way from […]

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