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Posts Tagged ‘blues’

The Unwriters work with both analog reel-to-reel tape, and digital systems

The Unwriters is a four piece band from 4 different countries (France, Italy, UK, USA) that launched in 2018. Described as an anonymous concept ghost band, they are made up of Z (Zepop): Songwriter, guitars, lead vocals, Twiste...


Los Angeles Alternative Rock Band “Saints Warning” Impacting Music Scene With Combination of Compelling Music & Positive Vision

With two very popular singles released in 2019 so far modern rock band Saints Warning is proving the Los Angeles music scene still has a huge amount to offer.  Combining their well-crafted sound with an inspiring attitude Imag...



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Wild Horse: “Songs About Last Night” shouldn’t go unacknowledged

Wild Horse are a young vibrant original British Rock Band, from Burwash, East Sussex, formed by two brothers – Henry Baldwin (Vocals, Guitar & Harmonica) and Jack Baldwin (Vocals & Guitar) – with school friend E...



Bill Abernathy: “Crossing Willow Creek” – a portrait of an artist totally comfortable in his own skin

Kansas City, Missouri resident Bill Abernathy, began writing songs in his early teens.  He played all through his school years, but then life took over. Bill got married, built a business career, and raised his children.  Af...


Roger Cole & Paul Barrere: “Old Folks Boogie Redeux” – shades of rock and blues

“Ya know that you’re over the hill, when your mind makes a promise that your body can’t fill!”, this is the line that inspired Paul Barrere to write the original version of the “Old Folks Boogie”...



The Brazilians Release New Album “Delta”

The Brazilians were borne in the Gordonvale pubs nestled amongst the Mulgrave Delta cane fields of deep Far North Queensland. The band got their start playing loud and proud, with the twin guitar attack of Todd Macalpine and Ca...


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Boy Leadfoot: “Turn-Buckle” – It swings, it rocks, it grooves, it flows – it simply works!

Max Gordon with Boy Leadfoot is a three-piece blues-based, alternative soul and rock project, from Vancouver Island, Canada. Their latest release, the EP “Turn-Buckle” is a breath of fresh air compared to the pop dribble pe...


Angela C. Howell: “There’s Nothin’ I Don’t Love…” – a confident and sophisticated style

My, oh my, what an extraordinary song! All of the extraordinary shine of Angela C. Howell’s six previous albums is once again realized here on her latest single “There’s Nothin’ I Don’t Love…” – a tr...



Etop: “Masterworks” is especially proficient on slower emotional grooves

Etop is not your typical electronic artist. If someone says to you that Etop plays electronic music do not go thinking that he plays heavy beats and dance songs. Well he does, but not quite the way you’re thinking. Etop is ev...


Andre Gimaranz: ‘Supermoon’ – absolutely satisfying from the beginning to the end

After 15 years as a session musician, Brazilian guitarist, singer and songwriter, Andre Gimaranz’s first solo album, ‘Handmade’, was released in 2015 gaining instant attention from the industry and fans alike, resulting ...