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Independent Music Reviews: Adam Winn

July 25th, 2017 by

Independent Music Review July 2017 Adam Winn “Adam Winn EP”           Based in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Adam Winn released a self-titled EP last May, with an accompanying music video for the second track “Burnout”. The […]

Independent Music Reviews: Jordan Alexander

December 6th, 2016 by

Independent Music Review Jordan Alexander “Take Me Out Tonight” The Lonely Hearts Club EP Toronto’s own Jordan Alexander is an up and coming pop artist whose sultry voice and authentic tunes showcases her immense talent and down-to-earth disposition. Alexander is […]

Independent Music Reviews: Sarah Schonert

October 11th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Sarah Schonert My Unwinding State   Illinois-based singer/songwriter Sarah Schonert demonstrates extensive classical music background, both in her piano playing and in her vocals. My first impression of My Unwinding State was the way Schonert’s singing voice […]

Independent Music Review: Tumbler

October 3rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Tumbler Come to the Edge   This is the second full-length album released by the UK band Tumbler, of Epsom, England. Band members Harry Grace, Richard Grace, and Dave Needham come together once more in creation of […]

Independent Music Reviews: Temporary Hero

October 3rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Temporary Hero You’re About to Have Your Hands Full   This past August, Jonah Bell of Temporary Hero released a new EP called You’re About to Have Your Hands Full. The album takes on a variety of […]

Independent Music Reviews: Aubergine Machine

October 3rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Aubergine Machine Single “Only” Band members Ian Carey and Shanti Ellis of Aubergine Machine are an American duo who record in an off-the-grid tropical studio in the southern state of Florida. As a taste of their new […]

Independent Music Reviews: Ramsey

September 26th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews  Ramsey Single “See You Bleed” From Los Angeles, CA, “dark experimental pop artist” Ramsey, makes public her inner pain and torment through a number of self composed and produced songs, “See You Bleed” being her latest single. […]

Independent Music Reviews: He Is Me

September 26th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews He Is Me Single “Drowning Man/Ocean Man” While He Is Me is a relatively new project for the duo, Steve Moore and Casey Braunger are seasoned musicians both having extensive backgrounds with other groups including: The Unravelling, […]

Independent Music Reviews: The Furious Seasons

September 26th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews The Furious Seasons  “Look West” Single: Longshot On October 7th, 2016, L.A.’s The Furious Seasons will be releasing their fifth album entitled “Look West”. A compilation of twelve acoustic tunes, pleasant and highly personable, the trio writes […]

Independent Music Reviews: Bryan Deister

September 23rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Bryan Deister “Spines of the Heart”   Curiously, when I first read the album title “Spines of the Heart”, I pictured a vertebra in snowflake formation, which is essentially what the album artwork seems to portray. Brian […]

Independent Music Reviews: Chrystyna Marie

September 23rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Chrystyna Marie “Loaded Gun” Last year, Toronto-born vocalist Chrystyna Marie released her first EP “Loaded Gun”; a four-track compilation of rock-inspired, grunge blues tunes, with a hint of pop. The album titled track “Loaded Gun” starts off […]

Independent Music Reviews: Chords of Truth

September 23rd, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Chords of Truth “Freedom” American Folk Singer/Songwriter Jason Gariotte demonstrates a myriad of different voices, enveloped in a familiar recipe of acoustic guitar tunes. The name Chords of Truth reflects his musical style and the reoccurring message […]

Independent Music Reviews: Bitter’s Kiss

September 15th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews Bitter’s Kiss “Love Won’t Make You Cry”   Young solo artist from New Jersey, Chloe Baker of Bitter’s Kiss, conveys the fragility of human expression and her own conflicted nature, in her recent EP Love Won’t Make […]

Independent Music Reviews: Glenn Meling

September 15th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews  Glenn Meling “Minnesota”   Glenn Meling is an American solo artist who constructed his debut album “Minnesota” around an electronic meets gospel jazz, meets… well, Muse, interpretation of the 19th century mass European migration to America. The […]

Independent Music Reviews: Post Death Soundtrack

September 15th, 2016 by

Independent Music Reviews  Post Death Soundtrack “The Unlearning Curve” Band members Kenneth Buck, Steve Moore and Jon Ireson unite across three Canadian cities as an ‘inter-city’ music collaboration formed in 2007. Representing Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto, Post Death Soundtrack has […]