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Chris Reardon - FOREVER-X

Chris Reardon – FOREVER-X – Review

Chris Reardon is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist residing in Hamburg, Germany. Born in the UK and raised in Hong Kong, this international man of music has released the single “Forever-X”. Full of emotion, power, and catchy melodies, the track sets quite a high bar for an emerging artist. Chris Reardon – FOREVER-X Chris Reardon […]

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Nick Duane - The Old World

Nick Duane – The Old World – Review

One of the founding members of the Backslap Blues Band (the first band to appear at the now legendary nightclub, Lupos Heartbreak Hotel), Nick Duane has a complex and varied musical history, but currently creates atmospheric electronic rock soundscapes as a solo project. Based out of Rhode Island, Nick Duane’s songwriting recalls famous pop rock […]

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Preventer - The Club Downstairs

Preventer – The Club Downstairs – Review

A multi-faceted shoe-gaze rock project out of York, UK, Preventer recently released its new nine-song album, The Club Downstairs, on July 1. All of the music on the album is written, performed, and produced by Deedee Ashlee. Preventer – The Club Downstairs Preventer · 01 Music For Mental Cases The drums and guitar bring this […]

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Breaking The Undertow - Socialitis

Breaking The Undertow – Socialitis – Review

Breaking the Undertow, the hard-rocking brainchild of Trevor Heaslip, has released a new single, titled “Socialitis”. Reminiscent of late 90s/early 00’s nu-metal, the band’s latest single is catchy enough to hook younger fans, while also providing a nice dose of nostalgia for listeners in their 30s or 40s. Breaking The Undertow – Socialitis Once in […]

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Death By Platypi - Luminescent Properties

Death By Platypi – Luminescent Properties – Review

Resurfacing after a two year hiatus, electro-circuitry band Death By Platypi is about to release its new album, Luminescent Properties. Based in Durham, NC, band creator Drew VanGoghmez gathered a group of talented cohorts to help produce the new tunes for the album. Death By Platypi – Luminescent Properties A more upbeat, almost pop leaning […]

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Elizmi - Foreign To Me

Elizmi – Foreign To Me – Review

Previously reviewed artist Elizmi Haze, now going by just Elizmi, hails from the UK. With a long list of releases and accolades, it’s become quite clear that the pop singer/songwriter is a force to be reckoned with. Her latest song “Foreign To Me” continues this streak of badass music from a badass artist. Elizmi – […]

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Pulse Park

Pulse Park – Apollonian Heart – Review

Canadian act Pulse Park is a freshly assembled crew who met on an Arctic expedition. With their “psycho-acoustic noise pop” sound, they deliver songs detailing “the cold, the dark, cod-liver oil, and the dinky Arctic hares”, providing a unique insight into a rare lifestyle. Pulse Park released a three song self-titled EP in May of […]

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The Sinclair Express - It Never Ends

The Sinclair Express – It Never Ends – Review

Chicago-based trio The Sinclair Express has released a new single and supporting video. Titled “It Never Ends”, the single is a groovy romp that shows off the band’s ability to blend blues, funk, rock, and reggae. The video serves as a window into the band’s world and fun personality, mixing candid footage of the band […]

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