First Aid Kit – Palomino

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Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit has released their fifth studio album, “Palomino”. Sisters Klara and Johanna deliver the new LP at the end of a year that started with the tenth anniversary concert of their stellar sophomore album “The Lion’s Roar” and the introduction of a new band which … Continue Reading →

Review: Meghan Trainor – Takin’ It Back

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Since she stomped to the top of the charts with her body-positive hit single “All About That Bass” in 2014, Meghan Trainor has successfully experimented with several musical genres, from R&B and hip-hop on her album “Thank You”, to dance-pop on her album “Treat Myself”. She has now come up … Continue Reading →

The Big Moon – Here Is Everything

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“Here Is Everything”, the third studio album by British rock band The Big Moon, has been released. The all-female group was formed by frontwoman Juliette Jackson in 2014 and three years later the debut LP “Love In The 4th Dimension” came out, receiving critical acclaim for its nostalgic indie rock … Continue Reading →

Beth – Get To Know Me

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Soul singer-songwriter Beth has released her sophomore album, “Get To Know Me”. Born and raised in Detroit, the daughter of The Funk Brothers pianist Johnny Griffith has been touring the world as a background singer for Anita Baker and Kem before she launched her solo career. In 2017, Beth released … Continue Reading →

The Rasmus – Rise

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Finnish rock band The Rasmus has released their tenth studio album, entitled “Rise”. The group from Helsinki formed in 1994 when the band members were still in high school. The Rasmus went on to sell over five million records worldwide, fueled primarily by their international smash hit “In The Shadows”, … Continue Reading →

Interview: The Promise of Dee Daniels

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Dee Daniels is a master of many trades. This genre-crossing American singer, songwriter, musician and educator has impacted the lives and careers of fellow musicians and fans alike for decades. Her ability to command a song or a stage has enabled her to work with some of the greatest artists … Continue Reading →

Vinyl Floor – Funhouse Mirror

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“Funhouse Mirror”, the fifth full-length album by Danish rock band Vinyl Floor, is available now. Vinyl Floor, formed in 2007 by two brothers from Copenhagen, deliver melodic rock inspired primarily by British bands of the 60s and 70s. The Pedersen brothers, who share lead vocal duties, also played most instruments … Continue Reading →

Review: Jonathan Jeremiah – Horsepower For The Streets

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When old-school soul and a London lad meet, it creates something magical. With his unique, warm, and vibrant voice, his lyrics that tell a story, his guitar skills, and his intricate and emotional arrangements, Jonathan Jeremiah has been compared to iconic singers such as Serge Gainsbourg and Scott Walker. These … Continue Reading →

Heather Nova – Other Shores

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Bermudian singer-songwriter Heather Nova has released her eleventh studio album, entitled “Other Shores”. A 13-track covers album featuring intimate renditions of well-known tunes. The 55-year-old musician delivers this collection of songs with sparse production, just her soothing vocals over stripped-back instrumentation. “Other Shores” is a record of perfectly refreshing simplicity. … Continue Reading →

Review: The Game – Drillmatic – Heart Vs. Mind

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The Game just dropped his eleventh studio album, “Drillmatic – Heart Vs. Mind”, and it’s getting a lot of attention for the wrong reasons. But there are a lot of right reasons why this album is a great body of work. The Game teamed up with producer Hit-Boy to make … Continue Reading →