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Brooklyn Alternative Folk Singer Songwriter Theresa Lucia releases debut “Boxes” EP

Brooklyn Alternative Folk Singer Songwriter Theresa Lucia releases debut “Boxes” EP Brooklyn-based Alternative Folk Singer Songwriter Theresa Lucia has released a 5-track EP showcasing rich peaks of emotion and musical depth. “Boxes” is Theresa’s debut EP and her personal ode to family, equality, heartbreak and the healing powers of life in the big city. The EP’s title track...

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Patrick Ames Takes You On A Musical Napa Valley Vineyard Tour In “Liveness in Quarantine” Livestream Series

Liveness in Quarantine. Recorded during the Covid-19 Pandemic, April 2020. LIVE in the Vineyard.  The wineries of Napa Valley and wine county are closed but the vineyards are alive during April’s Pandemic. Join @PatrickAmes for tours and new music for your sheltering in place. Bring your wine glass because it’s always Happy Hour in this...

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#Bloomerangs “Moments and Fragments” Album Is A Passionate Journey Through Multi-Dimensional Jazz

#Bloomerangs “Moments and Fragments” Album Is A Passionate Journey Through Multi-Dimensional Jazz The Jazz Collective’s New Album Is Out March 27, 2020 via Instru Dash Mental Records Instru Dash Mental Records presents “Moments and Fragments” (order on Amazon here), the sophomore LP from music collective #Bloomerangs. The playlist features original music from its members, and...

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Seneko dishes on his 3 Essential Bands for Indie Songwriters – Wilco, Foxygen and Teenage Fanclub

Indie Alt Country Singer-Songwriter Seneko has crafted deeply personal, inspired songs over a series of 3 acclaimed EP releases, the latest being 2019’s “Soul Numbers”. For the past six years, this Connecticut creator has meticulously invested his time into the art of songwriting. He’s been described as “Think country meets Radiohead” by Wail Music Magazine and...

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The Danger Of Sycophants

by MATT BACON > So fans like these will be the biggest threat that your indie band is going to ever face. Now I know that to some of you-that may feel obvious, your singer practically needs a babysitter for Christs sake! But that’s not exactly it. It’s something that impacts every member of a...

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Woodmanstone’s Songwriting as Solid as a Rock

In my Music Xray submissions recently was a song of mourning and loss, but with a sense of comfort and communication to it comes to us from rock/pop singer/songwriter Woodmanstone, whose new album is called “Someone Else’s Dreams Will Fill Our Home”, due out in September. The music is lush with warm guitars and atmospheric...

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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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Indie Folk Duo Roman & Alaina Interview Plus Album Review

Indie folk/rock duo Roman & Alaina‘s new album “Last Forest In The City” will most likely far exceed any expectations or preconceptions you may have. First of all, both vocalists absolutely shine, seemingly without flaw. The production and musicianship sound far and away better than most major label releases. On top of this, even for...

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Common Swift Will Appeal To Radiohead Fans With “Passing Spirit” EP

Common Swift are a 3-piece indie rock band hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Inspired by artists such as Radiohead and Deerhoof, the band sets out into ambitious, emotionally charged territory with their “Passing Spirit” EP. The fact that I heard different influences pop up every 30 seconds or so is a testament to the maturity and...

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