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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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Jay Luke - Trapped In Your Cell

Jay Luke – Trapped In Your Cell – Review

Scranton PA-based Jay Luke has been making rock n’ roll music for almost two decades now. The veteran rocker has played with a litany of who’s who’s, including Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) and Joey Belladonna. His latest singles “Trapped In Your Cell”, “Side Effects” and “Keep Your Head Kid” continue his trend of offering […]

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Saad Shehzad

Saad Shehzad – Epilogue – Review

For a multi-talented filmmaker, photographer and musician who is based in Dubai, Saad Shehzad has a rather original Americana rock sound in his music. A fan of creating kaleidoscopic chaos both visually and sonically, Shehzad just released a new debut EP, Epilogue, in April. The songs referenced below, taken from Shehzad’s new EP, are shining […]

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All Poets and Heroes

All Poets and Heroes – Cruel – Review

An indie rock quintet from Syracuse, NY, All Poets And Heroes channels all the feelings with its warm blend of acoustic and electronic timbres. Formed in 2015, the group features singer-guitarist Rob McCall, guitarist-backing vocalist Corey Jordan, guitarist-keyboardist Zack Fitzgerald, drummer Rob Zaccaria, and bassist Brian Modafferi. All Poets And Heroes released its debut EP […]

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Baneful Town - Flare Gun Eyes

Baneful Town – Flare Gun Eyes – Review

Meeting by happenstance in the musical city of Montreal, the members of Baneful Town have created a lo-fi experimental singer/songwriter project based on love and youthful longing. Featuring the main duo of bassist/songwriter Marshal Herridge and singer Laura Fasanella, Baneful Town has an interesting backup crew of guitar texturizer Zach Bachand and producer/engineer Andre St-Denis […]

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The Spiritual Leaders - Albania Away EP

The Spiritual Leaders – Albania Away EP – Review

Irish indie rockers The Spiritual Leaders have a new EP out in the world! Entitled Albania Away, the EP is a full-spectrum ride through the band’s varied aesthetic. Equal parts 60s Britpop & 80s British New Wave, their approach to blending styles creates a sound unique to them. The Spiritual Leaders – Albania Away The […]

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Brady Novotny

Brady Novotny – Featured Artist

Brady Novotny is a guitarist based in Pittsburgh, PA. We’ve reviewed his music before here and we like it so much we decided to have him as a featured artist. Actually, Brady was supposed to be on months before he was, but we ran into some difficulties and had to reschedule him. So, here we […]

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Follow No One - Bring Me Peace

Follow No One – Bring Me Peace – Review

Follow No One is an international rock duo consisting of Rich Hall & Pedro Murina Almeida. The duo has been releasing epic rock songs for some time now, and their latest release, “Bring Me Peace”, continues that trend. The single finds the band exploring their tender side while still rocking the house, an appropriate follow-up […]

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