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Robbie Tee: “Acoustic Interludes & One”

It’s hard doing a review for a friend whose music you love to start with, but then again reviewing great music is relatively easily no matter who the artist is. In addition, readers can hear and tell the difference betwee...

DE///LION: “Trash, Birds? Rats. Idea!”

Thrashing guitars, bashing drums and powerful offbeat and dissonant vocals. This the anarchic, psycadelic sound of alternative-rock band – DE///LION on their EP “Trash, Birds? Rats. Idea!”  DE///LION formed in 2009 betwe...


Mike Moss: “Cold World Plastic Dreams”

The first thing that comes to mind when listening to Mike Moss, is that he belongs to the distinguished category of singer-songwriters. Which may seem a trivial detail for any first impression, but it’s not. Singer-songwriter...

Slim Loris: “Down To Earth”

Slim Loris is a band from Stockholm, Sweden that mixes sixties pop/rock with Indie, Americana and a pinch of Swedish melancholy. The band formed in 2009 from the remnants of two indie acts, and quickly released a debut CD ent...

Sean Cooney – “The Last Thing I Heard Before The Zombie Apocalypse”

Sean Cooney, a DC native now living in NYC, attended AMDA to study for Broadway shows and has also played in many professional Jazz bands. His trained voice seems even more at home belting out pop songs as he employs it’s cry...

The Drunksouls – “Revolution”

Founded in 2002, DRUNKSOULS are an indie/reggae French band sonically similar to Manu Chao, Gorillaz and Damian Marley. Their music is a patchwork of influences intended to make you dance as well as think. The Daily Consciousne...

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