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Grant Duncan

Grant Duncan – Featured Artist

Grant Duncan has a unique story. We’ve reviewed his music here in the past, and we were so intrigued by not only his story but his music that we just had to have him on as a featured artist. Lucky for us 10PM our time is 11AM his time. You see he’s a New Zealander, […]

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Cold Jackets

Cold Jackets – Album Review

Based in Austin, TX, Cold Jackets was formed by Adam Johnson and Mark Henne to “showcase some of their favorite influences and provide a platform for a new musical direction. Old and new, drum machines and blues.”  In the indie world the scene can get saturated with bands that may only make one album or […]

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Radio Drive

Radio Drive – She Colors My World – Review

Radio Drive has been around for years now, mainly pushed by a force named Kevin Gullickson. We’ve reviewed his music before and he was also a very early featured artist on our glorious website that has been running for 3 years now! I’ve always been a huge fan of Kevin’s music as Radio Drive and I’m […]

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Grant Duncan – Alliance – Review

Grant Duncan is quite an interesting character. He’s a guitar player originally from NZ/UK who is currently living and playing music in Tokyo, Japan. Grant is also the frontman for Tokyo-based indie pop combo Pavement Candy which perform regularly around the Tokyo live arena. He was also previously the songwriter/bassist and vocalist for NZ rock band […]

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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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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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The Mood Kings

The Mood Kings – Review

The Mood Kings music (song) is great. Let me first say, I wish there were more! So here’s the deal. The band have been friends for over 30 years. Their bio states: “The inside jokes, comedic rhythm, and musical chemistry have been honed over a 30 year friendship. The three met in their early teens […]

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