• J.W. Schuller: “No Mud in Joyville” &# ...
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    Few times an albums strikes such an exquisite balance between compelling lyrics and an enticing sound. “No Mud in Joyville” scores five stars in its ability to balance out folk, Americana, indie and alternative with some solid lyrics, under the helm of singer-songwriter J.W. Schuller, and his cohort nephew Jens Larsen on drums and backing…

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  • NazB: “When We Were Young” – a groovy kind o ...
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    As a child growing up in Nigeria, NazB was surrounded by the music of his native West African homeland. With members of his immediate and extended family playing instruments and singing, music was a part of his upbringing. His persistence and perseverance eventually gained him the nickname Nazodobas, which eventually evolved into NazB and became…

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  • Sudar Percussion Ensemble Are Making Inroads into ...
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    The Sudar Percussion Ensemble is a successful, award-winning group from Croatia that consists of very talented Croatian percussionists. They have completed a very high number of performances, tours and projects in Croatia and abroad since 2010.Their distinguishing characteristic is the original interpretations of famous works by classical and popular music composers, as well as their…

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  • Or1 aka Oxaï Roura: “Back From Sirius B (Nommo)” & ...
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    A study by Chris Dobrian in 1992 brought forth the theory whereby it is most widely held that music originated as a vocal practice: either as an extension of non-linguistic vocal utterances (expressions of joy, pain, etc.), as extensions or intensifications of the intonations of spoken language, or as the production of vocal sounds purely…

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  • RAVENSCROFT – “STAND UP” is heavy and dark a ...
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    Ralph Buso (Vocals), Brett Gorke (Guitars), Devin Baker (Bass), Pat Magrath (Drums), collectively known as RAVENSCROFT, are working on their most unique, creative, exploratory, and bone-crushing recording they have ever produced. It’s a progressive work of metal and rock art, delving deep into the nature of their craft. This six song EP “Rebel” will be…

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  • Exit 22 Music: “Last Goodbye” – The perfect, ...
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    It seems almost impossible that an artist that has been around this long – 20 years in Chris Calamera’s case, can keep making records that stand up among the best that he has ever done. Let’s be clear: “Last Goodbye” is a great song. It’s poppy, with a big melody and an insistent rock rhythm, and…

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  • RMZ Keez NataS: “On Lock”- strong presence and pec ...
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    RMZ Keez NataS is an artist and writer from RoMeZHooD RevolutionaryMotivationZone. He is the cousin of one half of the popular Birmingham Rap Group ‘Lotto Boyzz’. And also the cousin of award-winning actor and singer Matt Henry. It is obvious by his content that music in his DNA. RMZ Keez Natas grew up in a…

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  • Lake of the Lion creates some extremely emotive pi ...
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    Lake of the Lion is the brand name and moniker for Luxembourg music composer and producer, Daniel Kohnen, who is steadily building up his catalog and increasing his fan-base with regular new releases. In recent years, ambient instrumental and soundtrack scores have been following a certain trend. Composers seem to have this motif of creating…

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  • Natalie Jean and Levi Moore: “The Letting Go” R ...
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    A good duet, in our modern age, is a rare thing. There are plenty of features, guest verses and co-writes, and the cameo drop-in is a dime a dozen. The number of genuine duets, where vocalists share verses and tell a story together in the space of a song, is very small. If your optimism fails you,…

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