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Caroline McLavy

Caroline McLavy – UK Electronica

Caroline McLavy is an Indie Electronica artist that is based in the UK. UK Electronica is probably one of my more favorable genres so I was excited to see her submission. Caroline’s glossy image on the cover of Electrostatic definitely fits the overall feel of the music. Electric baby! Caroline is said to have come from the […]

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New Aristocrats

The New Aristocrats – Review

I have learned a lot from The New Aristocrats. Mainly, I did not know 80’s freestyle dance-pop was a thing. After a few google searches, however, I discovered that it really is a thing. Where have I been since the 80’s? I guess in the 90’s. And then the 2000’s. But anyway, apparently there is […]

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GoLian

GoLian – An Old Dog Shows Some New Tricks

In conversations with Paul I get a sense he is a genuine guy trying to make music the best way he can. He’s retired and is returning to music after an extended break. The music of GoLian is simple. It’s to the point. In private conversations he’s admitted he’s not especially happy with his production. […]

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Jay Elle

Jay Elle – Twelve On Sunday

Jay’s single “Twelve On Sunday” is about a father worried about his daughter out there on the streets. Initially I thought just by listening that the song was about a girlfriend. I suppose it could be construed either way. Apparently though Jay wanted it to be the way it is as I read in an interview while […]

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B-Eazy

B-Eazy – The Lonely Stoner

Okay, he sounds a lot like Big Boi. Even the music on “Peter Parker” takes us back to the golden Dungeon Family days of “Southerplayalisticadillacmuzik”. B-Eazy is no biter, however. Listen a little closer and you will hear his many other influences as well as his originality. On “Must Be Da Drugz,” B-Eazy flows with […]

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Paul Golian

Paul Golian – Seasoned Folk Music

Folk, Country, Alternative…all words that can be used to describe the music of GoLian. Apparently Paul took a 30 year break from music. I must admit, it’s good to have him back. He brings a fresh yet seasoned perspective to the alternative/indie scene of today. When I hear his music I instantly think 1960’s folk in […]

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Luanne Hunt

Luanne Hunt – Texas Tears

Luanne Hunt One thing that surprises me throughout the song are the backing vocals. Sometimes voice tracks are sung with lyrics and other times with “ahs”. They are not necessarily sung in unison with Luanne, yet all the voice parts sound perfectly placed. They were enjoyable to listen to, and compliment the whole song’s feel. […]

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