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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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Afton Wolfe - Petronius' Last Meal

Afton Wolfe – Petronius’ Last Meal – Review

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Afton Wolfe has returned with his first solo record. Born in Mississippi, the gravelly-voiced Wolfe performed with a plethora of acts before offering up Petronius’ Last Meal. A collection of recordings rediscovered, the album is a piece of the past filtered through the lens of the present day. Afton Wolfe – Petronius’ Last […]

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Resolver - Playground

Resolver – Playground – Review

NYC-based Resolver is the indie brainchild of Brendan Cavanagh. On his 2018 full-length Playground, Cavanagh explores his sonic palette in full, providing listeners with a dense, beautiful soundscape in which one can easily get lost. Cavanagh plays almost every instrument and also contributes to the production side of things, with additional contributions by Stephanie Griffith […]

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Robert Watson - The Resistance

Robert Watson – The Resistance – Review

A multi-talented artist with a focus on experimental psychedelic rock, Robert Watson has been writing, recording, and releasing his own music completely DIY since 2009. Based in Dayton, OH, and dubbing himself as “The Eclectic Music Man,” Watson delivers a purely instrumental blend of psychedelic rock, funk, jazz, R&B, and soul. Having used music as […]

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B-Eazy - The Underground

B-Eazy – The Underdog – Review

The music world is full of rubber-stamp rappers. Every day some dude has a “new single dropping” that you’ve never heard of before. With so many carbon copies out there, the hip hop game needs something different. Brandon Flowers is different by choice, that much is certain. Never one to fall in line. Never one […]

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