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Mike Freund

Mike Freund – And Now You Know – Review

Charleston, SC-based blues-rocker Mike Freund has released his second full-length record, And Now You Know, and boy is it a scorcher! The experienced guitarist is alive on every track, displaying his catchy guitar licks, fun vibes, and self-reflective lyrics at every turn. Freund, pronounced “Friend”, is no stranger to adversity, having already overcome multiple obstacles […]

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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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Patrick Ames - Affettuosos

Patrick Ames – Affettuosos – Review

Affettuosos: tender or affecting – used as a direction in music. Welcome to the new EP by Patrick Ames. If you’ve been around the Indie Music Plus block the past few years then you’ve enjoyed watching the progression of this relatively new musician. He has finally started his career after retiring! If you want to check out […]

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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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