Author: JW Richard

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GLM Q&A: The Tropics

San Francisco band The Tropics are releasing their debut EP, Wind House, on October 28th via Breakup Records. Their indie pop sound has been labeled as “exultantly poppy blood-pumping music” by Stereogum, who recently...

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Review: Dennis McCalmont – Forevermore

Irish singer/songwriter Dennis McCalmont sings songs of charity and faithfulness on his album, Forevermore. It’s about searching for a partner with the belief that your love will last “till death” (“Forevermore, “Lovers”), and even...

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Review: Sound & Shape – Bad Actors

Tennessee rock trio Sound & Shape have released their fourth studio disc, Bad Actors. These guys are keeping the groove thick and bring even more good hooks. It’s great that the vocals sit clearly...

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Review: Richard Spaven – Whole Other

Richard Spaven’s Whole Other* features mostly instrumental grooves that blend contemporary jazz and downtempo electronic. It doesn’t move into the hip-hop and acoustic jazz piano touches that were a part of his debut EP,...

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Review: Santiago Vazquez – Santiago Vazquez

Some years ago I discovered the music of Argentine multi-instrumentalist Santiago Vazquez while looking through the CD Baby store. I purchased Raamon and wrote a small review on the site, saying the music was...