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Gabriele Saro Releases Skippin’ (single)

Italian composer and musician Gabriele Saro has been fascinated with music since before his tenth birthday and produces music at such a fevered clip it isn’t difficult to imagine him as a man of great intensity, aflame with creativity. He’s a man of varied interests with a Master’s in Neuro-Linguistic …

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Terry Ohms’ latest record Cold Cold Shoulder

Aggressively melodic and surprisingly surreal, much like the seven songs that precede it in the tracklist of Terry Ohms’ latest record Cold Cold Shoulder, the gritty sonic brutality of one “That Song” perhaps captures the essence of Ohms’ new album better than any other composition it’s neighbored by on the LP, …

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Morgan Mallory Drops New Single “Bullet”

A swaggering beat exchanges daggers with a neon-colored electric guitar. Caught in the crossfire, we discover a harmony as gorgeous as the heavens but not nearly as enticing as it is menacing. Morgan Mallory slinks out of the adjacent darkness and begins to paint us an emotional, poetic portrait atop …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Acidic’s Base by Tachyon

Chicago where you at?! We’re so excited to bring back Acidic Base and his latest release of singles that are sure to blow you away. Yup, we’re talking about Tachyon – his newest brainchild that he’s worked so hard on. When you listen to artists like Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz, …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Static by Cami Petyn

Let’s kick anxiety to the curb and ring in the new year with bold new energy and with a spice for life! This edgy alternative-pop track is her anthem for the world to help overcome our own anxieties that are currently occupying our minds. She’s willing to push boundaries and …

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CD REVIEW: When You Coming Home by Ruark

Ruark, the brainchild band of singer/songwriter Ruark Inman, debuts a fantastically evocative folk-rock effort in their virgin effort When You Coming Home that has critics abuzz this January for good reason indeed. An amalgamation of influences that extend from the contemporary to the rustic, When You Coming Home often feels like a lucid dream …

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