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Nonviolenze’s ‘Ghosts of War’ Album is a Conscious Musical Meditation for Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull Fans

Nonviolenze’s ‘Ghosts of War’ Album is a Conscious Musical Meditation for Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull Fans Nonviolenze is the solo musical moniker of Houston, TX singer songwriter Shri Baratan, whose purposeful signature sound takes influence from Pink Floyd, John McLaughlin, Jethro Tull, Yes, Al Jarreau, Joni Mitchell, and eastern classical music. Today his new music...

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New York Outlaw Folk Americana Musician Lara Taubman’s new ‘Revelation’ Album is a Rite of Passage

New York Outlaw Folk Americana Musician Lara Taubman’s new ‘Revelation’ Album is a Rite of Passage New York-based Outlaw Folk Americana Musician Lara Taubman‘s new album ‘Revelation’ represents a momentous rite of passage for the artist (both physically and spiritually). Following an inner nudge, Lara travelled to record the album in Wolfe Island, Canada with Wolfe Island Records...

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Dziubecko – A Blues Folk Newcomer With Promise

Independent blues/folk/r & b artist Dziubecko may not reveal any personal details about herself in the form of a biography as of yet, but she certainly is making headway releasing some pretty inspired songs via her official website. Her track “Mother” showcases her unique, Joni Mitchell-inspired delivery as she croons over a dirty, slightly distorted single...

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Exclusive Interview with Soulful Alternative Rockers Fly Paper

Fly Paper are a classic-sounding, blues-driven alternative rock band with strong grooves and soulful vocals. I enjoyed their album enough to make room for it on my already full iPod! Currently promoting their self-titled release and relentlessly performing live, they took the time to bring me up to speed with their latest. Welcome to Independent...

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CD Review – Cameron Stenger “Lovers”

Summed up by the artist himself as “a big explanation to someone I have loved”, you know there is a story behind this release that is best told through music. Melodic folk artist Cameron Stenger brings an authentic, soulful focus to this collection of songs as he reminisces about love lost. Highlights include “Three Steps to...

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Exclusive Interview with Folk Singer Songwriter Darlene Bailey

I’m privileged to have an exclusive interview with folk singer/songwriter Darlene Bailey, whose debut 2011 CD release “Wrenches & Rags” is already critically acclaimed because of her beautiful melodies, seasoned song-writing and deeply insightful lyrics. Her track “Hello, Old Bureau” is recommended listening for serious folk music listeners. Not surprisingly, my interview with Darlene produced...

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