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Molino - Lo and Behold

Molino – Second Life – Review

Molino is an interesting sound group from multiple places. In their bio, it’s stated that they make “futuristic music from a bygone era, carefully created by musical adventurers from New Zealand, Germany, Holland, and Iceland. Wherever they are from they’re making truly unique and interesting music. Their latest release “Lo And Behold” has just been […]

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Noonish Moon

Noonish Moon – It’s Not Me, ‘Cause It’s You – Review

Noonish Moon is the synth/guitar project of musician Steven Stark.  According to him, “The project weaves together melodic hooks, compositional construction, and dark energy.” Well, I’d have to agree! Plus, this is good shit! Regular music listeners will enjoy this tune but if you’re a musician or know anything about music theory there is some […]

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Harkness

Harkness – Featured Artist

Harkness is an interesting character that sort of came out of nowhere and severely impressed everyone here at IMP. Based in the Toronto area, (Steve) Harkness is making 100% organic music all made with real instruments. He’s doing so wearing an outfit that may distract you at first, but he says it’s so that people […]

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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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Paula DeFrancis

Paula DeFrancis – Channel Home – Review

The newest single from pianist/singer/songwriter Paula DeFrancis, “Channel Home”, is awash with beauty and elegance. With stark instrumentation and rich production, “Channel Home” takes the listener on an emotional journey, culminating with impassioned pleas from DeFrancis for someone to “Take Me Home Again”. Paula DeFrancis – Channel Home Her poetic lyrics seem to describe the […]

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Reise - Thought You Should Know

Reise – Thought You Should Know – Review

“Thought You Should Know” is a three-track EP from the artist Reise that sounds like a fond but longing message to a former friend. It’s some nice indie rock music that translates the feeling of being torn apart but also trying to move forward with life again. There is an overarching late 90’s vibe to […]

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Craymo

Craymo – Featured Artist

Craymo. Here at Indie Music Plus, we have grown to love his music. He is no spring chicken to the music industry and has been performing and writing almost his entire life. We’ve had the pleasure of reviewing and promoting his music over the past couple of years. We have grown to like him so […]

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