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Experimental Pop Mystic Andrea Ward Releases Stunning, Avant-Garde “Awake At Night”

Experimental Pop Mystic Andrea Ward Releases Stunning, Avant-Garde “Awake At Night” NYC Multi-Instrumentalist Experimental Pop Musician, Dance, Choreographer, Filmmaker and Untethered Mystic Andrea Ward occupies a realm all her own. This one-of-a-kind artist merges music and movement as one on ethereal, wholly atypical new single “Awake at Night”, out November 18 on streaming platforms. Following previous singles “Game” and “Algorithm”,...

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Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown.

Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown. Upon first listen, it’s objectively clear that Fiona Apple has made an album that could prove to be the best of her career. It crackles and booms with a blustery energy. It shifts and regroups, bobs and weaves. It rarely takes the time...

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"Revolution" the new album from SFC Jazz artist Joan Torres's All Is Fused

“Revolution” is just Par for the Course for Joan Torres’s All Is Fused on Raucous new Progressive Jazz Album

Progressive Latin Jazz giants Joan Torres’s All Is Fused are promoting their latest album entitled “Revolution“. In the last 7 years, All Is Fused has released 3 albums prior to Revolution, “Before” 2012, “The Beginning” 2014, and “Of the Musical” in 2016. In other words “Before the Beginning of the Musical Revolution” is a story...

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The Dillinger Escape Plan Drop The Very Mean “Prancer”

You knew it was going to be mean and heavy, but it’s nice to have it confirmed. The Dillinger Escape Plan‘s new single “Prancer” carries on with the metal band’s career trajectory, with ample servings of both hardcore and punk, and when I say punk, I mean the meanest of Black Flag’s material. It’s relentless,...

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A.S. Swanski presents dark electronic, avant-garde, trip hop and industrial with “Electro Noir”

A.S. Swanski‘s dark electronic music asks questions of it’s listeners rather than simply delivering ear candy, which it also does in spades. Intellectually stimulating, much like J.G. Thirwell’s work with Foetus and Manorexia, Swanski pays respect to his early industrial and post-punk influences, keeping the mood ominous and foreboding. I dig very much. The music...

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