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Patrick Ames

Patrick Ames – All I Do Is Bleed – Review

Patrick Ames has been on our website several times now for quite a few musical projects. He’s been releasing EP’s for a few years now. I’ve been a huge fan of Patrick’s music and I still am. Let’s dig in! Patrick Ames – All I Do Is Bleed I have a sincere appreciation for Patrick […]

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Janet B

JanetB – The Morpheus Protocol – Review

Looking to chill out to music that’s like nothing you’ve ever heard before? Look no further than Jersey City-based electronic producer/composer, JanetB. Trained in classical composition but influenced by Motown and Jazz, JanetB concocts an ambient blend of original atmospheric electronica. JanetB’s new five-song EP, The Morpheus Protocol, demonstrates how she uses electronic compositions to […]

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Shilla

Shilla – Can’t Be Friends – Review

T-pain started it. Kanye and Lil’ Wayne took off with it. And now artists like Travis Scott and Future are cementing auto-tune’s place in hip-hop history. And even though Jay-Z called it out in 2009 and we thought that was the death of auto-tune, it looks like it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. And you […]

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Ben Cote Band Get Your Licks In

The Ben Cote Band – Get Your Licks In – Review

Ben Cote may only be 23 while looking 16, but there’s no doubt he shreds with some killer bravado. Mixing the heavy influences of 80s rock gods like Eddie Van Halen, Steven Tyler, Clapton, and Slash; He even slips in some Replacements-like sounds. The Ben Cote Band – Get Your Licks In The Ben Cote […]

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Forest Robots

Forest Robots – Timberline And Mountain Crest – Review

Based out of Los Angeles, Forest Robots is not politically driven, but rather nature driven. Musical Machinist Fran Dominguez creates electronic soundscapes in an effort to widen people’s sound palettes and their connection with nature. The newest album, Timberline And Mountain Crest, demonstrates more heightened synth-wave exploration than the previous album, Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. 1. […]

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Dash band

Dash Band – Super – Review

Super is the debut album from rock/soul band Dash. Despite the fact that the band is less than a year old, the record is overflowing with groovy tunes and party vibes. Based out of Bozeman, MT, the group covers a large variety of sound, incorporating elements such as funk, soul, reggae, R&B, and rock. Beginning […]

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Patrick Ames

Patrick Ames – Like Family – Review

Like Family, the EP from Americana Singer/Songwriter Patrick Ames, is a study in introspection. The San Francisco-based artist reflects on life, relationships, and purpose. Relying largely on MIDI guitar synth for texture, the EP traces periods of Ames’ life and finds him contemplative but generally content. In his own words: “The EP is dedicated to […]

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Cayla Brooke

Cayla Brooke – Plush Red Chair – Album Review

Cayla Brooke is a rip-roaring solo artist who has defied societal standards with her body-positive sonic revolution since 2013. Based out of Vancouver, Brooke’s music reflects jazzy sophistication with a rock-and-roll attitude. Having celebrated a Christmas album and a critically acclaimed theatrical homage to the late Eva Cassidy, Cayla Brooke is now touring behind her […]

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