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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...

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Review: Jeremy Mage & The Magi

Jeremy Mage & The Magi is an eclectic pop album that musically reminds me of some work from Dave Bianchi and Santiago Vazquez with a head nod towards Paul Simon. Mage himself toured worldwide...

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Review: LC – The Beginning

It’s always good to hear rap emcees find their voice and resist going after radio’s latest rap sound. LC hails from New York and bring a laid-back jazzy flow to his 6-song debut, The...

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Q&A with The Young Wild

San Diego-based group The Young Wild (@youngwildmusic) have just released their infectious 5-song EP, For Now Not Forever. They are on tour with Barcelona and will be in Dallas, TX on September 17 at...