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Men of good fortune: Cosmic Crooner and Joe P reviewed

joe p – Fighting In the Car The work of some artists is deemed to be classic for a good reason. It’s probably survived for a long time among people’s preferences and will probably, do so in the future, inspiring others to create their own versions. …
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The country life: Edwin and Night Flight reviewed

Night Flight – Something Going On Some people suffering from bouts of nostalgia keep wishing that one-day traditional American music will make its way back to the top of the charts and into the hearts of music listeners across the world. But, did it ever really go…
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Twist and weep: N8 and Tallbird reviewed

Tallbird – Rabbit There will probably come a time when kids stop listening to the music put out by record labels altogether. Heaven knows that time should come sooner or later. After all, generations after generations have been bombarded by enough disposable music…
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Too cool to be here: New Candys and 8LIS5 reviewed

8LIS5 – Faded Wisdom Creativity has always been, possibly, the greatest form of therapy. It is certainly the least harmful. As ol’ Bob Marley used to say, “When the music hits, you feel no pain“. Perhaps, even greater than this is the fact that…
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Bummerville: Grease Weasel and Riley Pearce reviewed

Riley Pearce – Night.Love.Sleep Real tenderness and intimacy is a horrendously scary thing. Sure, it’s what almost all of us desire. However, it is also something that more and more we forget how to do, with convenience spilling over in all aspects of modern…
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Euro garage: Urges and One Track Minds reviewed

One Track Minds – Isolation Garage rock is, essentially, trance music. The construction of almost any song that falls under the umbrella of this music style is extremely simplistic, sometimes including only one or two chords. The vocals are usually confidently…