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Justin Sconza and Greg Black review

Greg Black – Don’t Do It Genre: Disco, Indie Pop, Dream Pop Playboy millionaires get a lot of sideways glances. I suspect. Many people quietly complain about the way that these characters lead their lives. A lot of people grumble about the good fortune that…
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Tress-passing: T.E. Yates and RW Roldan review

RW Roldan – Those Who Fall Genre: Americana, Folk Similar artists: Steve Earle Not a lot of things in the world are changed by a committee regardless of how big corporations might feel about it. This is true even in the ever tinier world of the music industry.
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Changing man: EJ Mann and Ben Fried reviewed

EJ Mann – It’s Automatic When Noel Gallagher and his cohorts of Beatles-admiring contemporaries started generating U.K. hits, the world greeted them with open arms and considerable plaudits. They were clever young men and women, finely attuned to the rhythm of…
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John Dennis - Fools Golden Boy (Review)

There’s plenty of joyous country-rock being created these days. If that’s your fancy, John Dennis may not be the man for you. “Fools Golden Boy” echoes large like murder confessions, or someone singing their blues just right as they are about to do…
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Jordan Suter - Pablo (Review)

A tale of rock n’ roll hedonism, driven by a tasteful country-twang lead guitar, Pablo is Jordan Suter’s most recent single. This may be a new tune, but the tale is as old as time, and so is Mr. Suter’s sound. A slight Southern utterance and the…