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Anthony Nelson & The Overcomers: “Jealous” – a reassurance that God is powerful

Anthony Nelson & The Overcomers have Yahweh worship running through their veins. The award-winning collective, known for their high energy performances, have picked up a number of Billboard hits along the way, and are set t...


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James Lee Baker: “Home Again” – beautiful and lush soundscapes

A classically trained musician, James Lee Baker’s fingerstyle guitar playing is rich and melodic, as embraces open tunings to create an unconventional but welcoming sound and timbre to his playing. For his Country-flavored Am...



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Revolushn: “Little Red Dolls” unleashes their most visceral attributes

 I’ve only been listening to Revolushn for a couple days, but they’ve quickly become one of my favorite go to bands when I’m tired of the radio. With each listen I become more impressed by their indie Psych Roc...



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Hefe Heetroc: “The Julie Project” – an avant-garde release

Justin Bacik aka Hefe Heetroc aka Wez Nilez aka 27 SAVAGE was born in Rochester, NY. Hefe Heetroc has been in the underground hip hop game for a long time under various guises. If you haven’t heard of him, it’s because he r...


Yung Rose: “I Don’t Need It” – blurs the lines between ear grabbing and introspective honesty

Yung Rose is an underground Hip-hop artist from Ohio who started as an EDM spinner in the group, HUF Boyz. The name Yung Rose has the meaning “Bring Balance to The Unequal”, showing the leadership side of his potent...



Mark Adams Son Of Bill: “Living in the Shit Age” – razor sharp, and appropriately noisy!

One part distortion, one part melody, and two parts face-melting guitars. “Living in the Shit Age” is a very uncomplicated album, with only really having guitar, bass, drums and vocals throughout. That’s the way it should...




 
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