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Peter Sanford “Never Walk In My Shoes,” Is Loaded With Great Songs

Peter Sanford is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. After a glittering career as a session musician for many recording artists and companies, including the BBC, Peter now runs his own successful...


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Sleep City Crisis: “The Akashic Records Vol.1” A Labyrinth Of Intangible Textures…

Sleep City Crisis is the solo musical project of Damian C. Which combines different genres of music mainly in the experimental category combining elements of IDM, Glitch, Trip-Hop, Industrial, Ambient, Electronic rock and Prog ...



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Post Trauma: “Sleepless” A Gamut Of Country Rock Emotions

Anyone who went through the 70’s in a haze, can rejoice because the music that carried you through is back again, courtesy of Post Trauma, the country rock band from Fullerton,CA. Billy Ulrich (vocals, guitars, harmonica...



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Boss Gang Music Group: “Stacks And A Strap” Step Up Your Swag!

Boss Gang is an aspiring Hip Hop Group from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2010 Boss Gang consist of 3 members: Cedric “King Ced” Wade (Compton, Ca), Rashad “Smock” Stolden (Watts, Ca) and Will ̶...


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Mercury Underground: Between Nostalgia And Modern Rock

Mercury Underground are a rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. They released their new EP, produced by Sandy Jones on May 4th 2012, to a great reception. Followed up by a string of ongoing live dates, they have also secured severa...



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Vita & The Vicious: Wonderful Melodies And Other Delicious Musicalities

Gwen Stefani. Once apon a time, the two most exciting words in pop music. Now indie music presents us with Vita Ross. Another two words that is destined to make an impression on you…once you get to see the video, “B...


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DYLAN LOCK: A Sure Sense Of Melody And Songcraft

Dylan Lock is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who discovered a passion for music at a young age and was instinctively drawn to the sound of the piano. Influenced by icons such as Queen, Burton Cummings, Bob Seger,...


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PATRICK DWYER: “Scarecrow” And Other Rare Talents!

In pursuit of a music career, Patrick Dwyer made the move to Los Angeles and instantly found supporters of his work. Howie Klein, music mogul and former president of Warner Bros./Reprise Records, quickly took notice of Patrick&...