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Ehbert Talice – Resilient

Ehbert Talice chose a master abundance, work of art in the disguise of Rap and Hip-Hop with his latest album ‘Resilient’. By adding a group of tracks that go well over the 4 minute mark in some areas, each one is a prescribed story blended into a highly acclaimed versatile record.[…]

Country Life EP – John Nichols Band

The John Nichols Band has been long time in the making. John Nichols was not always involved with Country music, Nichols was actually a session musician for some well known 1990-2000 era bands such as Better Than Ezra and Violent Femmes. Where ironically enough on the newest John Nichols Band[…]

Black Oil Brothers – Mean Business LP

Many bands come along laying claim to the Delta Blues and Mississippi vibrations that have for years added to the heritage that is the “well-known-blues-tunes.” Or as stated on the Black Oil Brothers bio, the sound of a good man feeling bad. Now as far as this insistence goes, Black[…]

Ashley J – Dare Ya’ Single

Ashley J is a name that might sound familiar to you. The singer/songwriter has already enjoyed Billboard charting success with her first single “One on One” reaching the Top 20 Dance chart, her follow up single “Cali” managed to climb even higher creeping into the Billboard’s Top 10 Dance chart,[…]

Jeri Silverman – Leaflike

The debut EP from South African and now New York based singer/songwriter Jeri Silverman is a minor masterpiece in miniature. Some might assume this pronouncement to mean the work is flawless; it is not. There is a tendency, musically, to color within the lines a little too resolutely, eschewing risks[…]

Chris Murphy – Surface to Air

No one can ever accuse Chris Murphy of resting on his laurels. A two plus decade long career in music has landed him plum session work with some of music’s most respected players and songwriters while, in between bookings and his teaching work, releasing over ten solo albums and various[…]

The Energy – When We Were Young

Having been in the challenging music industry for 10 years, Brooklyn-based quartet, The Energy, though not a household name, have been one of the more consistent bands in terms of their quality output. And after 4 studio albums, the band has proven their talent and musicianship once again with their[…]

Charlie Haley – Today

What music can conjure up in the human soul always amazes me. No matter the mood of a man or a woman there is a song and companion to go along with it. Just as with any human feeling there is a way to express it through music. Whether you[…]

Broke Royals – The Luxury of Time III

Popular music remains in a state of permanent evolution. Old flavors return to favor, traditional markets are eclipsed by the new, and a silent crosspollination of ideas and influence never really wanes. Virtually new fusion has been left untested. Philip Basnight and Collin Cross, otherwise known as Broke Royals, are[…]

Secret Season – Love is the Only Game in Town

Secret Season have only deepened and evolved since their 2011 debut On Their Own. After eleven years together, Mark Moogalian and Isabelle Risacher have built an impressive catalog of unique material touching on a wide array of musical influences without ever settling for long on one. They are a fully[…]