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Much like the legendary phoenix rising from the ashes, Shark Island has returned to the music scene with a true intended ferocity. Like a fine, politically charged wine, Shark Island has aged to music perfection. Their latest two singles released from the upcoming new album ‘Bloodline’ are absolute juggernauts of …

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Jeffrey Halford & the Healers Release New Music

Lately it has been feeling like everybody wants to make Americana great again, whether it be by incorporating alternative-style frills to its framework, or in expanding on the genre’s imagery by adding elements of 21st century prose into its ancient style of storytelling, but I get the idea that Jeffrey Halford …

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Being Dead Releases “Fame Money Death by Drive By”

Austin, Texas has spawned a wide variety of idiosyncratic music acts over the last forty plus years – everyone from outlaw country performers to alternative rock acts can claim they discovered receptive audiences and creative safe harbor in the state capital. The duo Being Dead is the latest to make …

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SINGLE REVIEW: taste ($$$) by Noirre

In an opening visual-strobe, the video for Noirre’s “taste ($$$)” wastes no time in laying the mind-bending psychedelia on us in a kaleidoscopic display of artistry that is as surreal and evocative as the music it was designed to interpret is. Noirre is outfitted in a shower cap in a …

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SINGLE REVIEW: What I Want by Lachi

Everyone – let’s give it up to New York one time! Woot woot! We’re so excited to be bringing you some brand new music straight from New York, where the concrete jungles have the ability to turn you into a star. We have Lachi, straight out of the big city …

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SINGLE REVIEW: The One by Heather Fay

A smokescreen of melodicism is all that separates us from Heather Fay in the opening bars of her new single “The One,” which is out now everywhere that independent R&B is sold and streamed. The beats come out of thin air and start assaulting us with their gentle sway. “The …

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