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CD REVIEW: Schizophonic by Scizzorman

“Introvert”, the first side of Scizzorman’s latest release Schizophonic, opens with the track “21st Century Clan”. The track’s spoken word introduction segues into a clean funk groove highlighted by a tight relationship between the bass and Terry Vinci’s drumming. The brittle slash of guitar fills punctuates the arrangement before the vocals begin. …

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Jeremy Rice release debut album

From the jittery, palm-muted textures that greet us in “Johnny Rogers” to the glittery, soft harmonies that slowly disappear as “Goodbye” fades into the mist, Jeremy Rice’s debut album, Jeremy Rice and the Legendary Fist of Takinawa, is an awfully tough LP to put down once listeners embrace its myriad of …

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Jeff Goldblum Has Another Jazz Album, But To What End?

Jeff Goldblum has cultivated quite the aura around himself. Make no mistake, it is an act of cultivation. That’s totally fine, by the way. He’s a celebrity, he’s an actor, he’s a public figure. It seems like he enjoys it, and it seems like there is clearly sincerity there. Jeff …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Just a Dance by Casey Ahern

When Casey Ahern steps up to the mic, she doesn’t just belt out a soothing country croon – she takes us to wherever she’s at emotionally and makes it as real as is possible from within the four walls of a recording studio. Using descriptive poetry that transcends the normal …

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Tummyache releases Humpday (EP)

Tummyache is Soren Bryce’s chosen moniker for her alternative rock project and her new release under this banner, Humpday, is a five song EP with unabashed personal meaning for this songwriter and producer. Bryce has released music under her own name for the previous six years but a new label for …

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