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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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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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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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Nick Duane - That's What You Want

Nick Duane – That’s What You Want – Review

A songwriter who has advocated for the support of original music for decades, Nick Duane plays music that resembles classic pop-rock tracks of the 80s and 90s. A talented bassist, guitarist, and vocalist, Duane released his debut album in 1996 and has since released several other tracks and compilations. Yet having not released anything since […]

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Ryan Sutherland - Sutherland

Ryan Sutherland – Sutherland – Review

Ryan Sutherland is a singer/songwriter based in Rochester, NY. Primarily incorporating elements of folk and blues, his new self-titled effort finds him expanding his sonic palette considerably. Not only is his slide playing more prevalent than on his previous release, he has also taken the plunge to become a one-man band, simultaneously providing drums along […]

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Jezzy Michaels - Fireball

Jezzy Micheals – Fireball – Review

Originally from Darwin, Australia and now based in Fort Worth, TX, Jezzy Micheals has a passion for hair metal glam-rock of the eighties and nineties. A talented songwriter, vocalist, guitarist, and bassist, Micheals released their sophomore album, Fireball on June 9. Jezzy Micheals – Fireball The title track on the album, “Fireball” starts rights off […]

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