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John Fox and Ever-Lovin' Jug Band Reviewed

John Fox – Neon Lullaby If the gigantic internet success of Toto’s “Africa” has taught us anything, it is that great songs of any genre deserve recognition at any time and that music hipsters, for the most part, are hypocrites.  Do you think that they…
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Miserable chillers and Cole Withers Reviewed

Miserable chillers – Eloise Not everyone who fell in love with The Beatles dreamed of becoming globally successful rockstars offered the world’s riches on a silver platter. Sure, most of them did. But some of the best Beatles followers fell in love with the…
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Flashlight Faces and Thunder Boys Reviewed

Flashlight Faces – Things That Walked You used to be able to look at many rock musicians and imagine all of the crazy things that they must have done before settling on this career. And nice, cute-crazy, either. The majority of them looked, walked, and talked like…
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E. James Smith and Chloe Louise Brisson Reviewed

E. James Smith – Afterlife Without You If you spend enough time on this planet, you develop a sense of humor. It doesn’t matter if you weren’t exactly born with and received a thorny, unpleasant personality instead. You’ll develop it to impress girls and, most…
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Benjamin Longmire and Wyly Bigger Reviewed

Benjamin Longmire – The Solution Genre: Blues, Classic Rock Are you one of the people that likes to rewatch movies again and again? Hey, I’m not blaming you! I’ve seen what the streaming sites have to offer and, boy, does it suck. Personally, I’ve gone back…
Alternative History

The 10 Best Songs by Guns n' Roses

Guns n’ Roses was the last outpost of dirty, lecherous trad rock in a modern, idealistic alt-rock world. But Axl Rose had a secret. He, too, loved the indie bands and their ideas and couldn’t help but integrate them into some of Gn’R’s best songs.
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Kelli Baker and The Chewy Center Reviewed

Kelli Baker – Gone, Georgia Gone Similar artists: Samantha Fish, Susan Tedeschi, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Led Zeppelin Genre: Blues. Classic Rock The future is always terrifying. It’s that way because of objective…