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Freudz Couch

Freudz Couch – Darkness

And…once again…ladies and gentlemen…Freudz Couch! The band is back with a new single “Darkness.” The band has been on a comeback kick lately after releasing their Led Zeppelin-flavored “Martha” last year after a 15-year break. I appreciate what the band is doing by making a comeback. That means they must have had some unforgettable fun the […]

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Me And My Shadow

Me And My Shadow – Mutation – Review

We had the pleasure of reviewing this Midwestern duo last year in May. Check out our first take of Me And My Shadow right here. I like the band’s music very much. In fact, they remind me of living in St. Louis, MO, as a young chap. I know, that sounds weird but they have […]

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Sergio Liliam

Sergio Lialin – Album Review

Sergio Lialin is a singer/songwriter from California. His style definitely stands out from the pack of music we have reviewed on Indie Music Plus up until now. His music is perfect for meditation, yoga or deep thinking. Don’t expect to be starting any dance parties while listening to Sergio’s music, but if you enjoy laid back Hawaiian […]

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J$20

J$20 The Presidential King – Review

Chicago is known for producing incredible talent in the rap game. The Windy City has brought us huge names like Kanye West, Common, Lupe Fiasco, Twista, Da Brat, and more recently Chance The Rapper. But you need to make room for a few more, because Chicago is not done churning out some of the illest […]

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Meri Ember

Meri Amber – What We Were – Review

This song “What We Were” by Meri Amber immediately drew me in as I’m a sucker for slow and dramatic songs by artists, such as The Weepies. With so many over-produced songs these days it was refreshing that Meri kept things relatively simple. Meri Amber – What We Were This is a breakup song, heavily […]

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Lost Lakes

Lost Lakes – Give Up The Ghost – Single Review

These guys are amazing. Their bio says the project is a collaboration between Corey Mathew Hart and Paul Mitch. The two apparently met during a songwriting competition held by a local radio station. I suppose these two songwriters were meant to be set up on a musical “blind date”, and that’s how it should be […]

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Sean McAleavy

Sean McAleavy – Guitarded – Review

Sean’s new release Guitarded has caught my ear and I think he has some major potential. Sound quality on the recordings doesn’t necessarily match up to standards these days, but that is easily fixed. This could be on purpose or a product of not having top notch gear. In fact it doesn’t hurt his sound […]

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Paper Nautilus

Paper Nautilus – Album Review

Who knows what a Paper Nautilus is? Yeah, I didn’t either until I came across this band and was forced to look it up. Cool band name but I ran across a problem. When I look up the name, all I see is stuff about octopuses…but aside from that the music rocks. The band says […]

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