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Posts Tagged ‘Rock’

Jigsaw Man: ‘No Home’ – an intensely personal record

The 4 track ‘No Home’ EP is the debut release from Jigsaw Man, the moniker under which singer-songwriter Steven Faulkner is releasing original material. “It’s nice doing things under a pseudonym because you can be more ...


The Hooplas: “Midas Touch” – wall-shaking, twin guitar rhythm crunch

The Hooplas are a modern progressive rock group from Ocean City, MD. Twin brothers Adam (Vocals/Guitar) and Ben Martin (Bass/Vocal) started the band. While their musical influences might not be identical, they share the love o...



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Bigfoot Barefoot delivers a blend of Rock, Reggae, and Funk

Jacksonville, Florida collective Bigfoot Barefoot delivers a blend of Rock, Reggae, and Funk. They have been influenced by acts from Lynard Skynard to Sublime and have created their own genre which they classify as Trader Joes ...



SKY Family: “Celtic Revival” – more than a band; they are also messengers of God

SKY Family has perfected the integration of traditional Celtic music with Pop/Rock. Their album “Celtic Revival” is the kind of recording that you can use the Repeat function on your media player and not get burnt out. Whil...


MAGAZINE GAP turn out another blinder with “Ran For Cover”!

Music should be all like this. Not in style or sound, but in dedication, passion and craftsmanship. This is what we, as customers, should demand from record companies at all times. The question is do major record companies even...



Bob Pressner: “American Dream” – a statement of purpose second to none

“American Dream” is a disenchanted look at the current state of affairs in the country today. A champion of the free thinking man, Bob Pressner is acutely aware of the vanishing middle class. The poor are still poor, the ri...


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Omar Omar: ‘On The Sly’ – a full vision of how they should sound

Omar Omar is a Norwegian pop band who describes their 10 track album, ‘On The Sly’, recorded at Flatcity Records by Jim Berget, as being “white eyed soul to jazzy funk,” while the lyrics are about how “terribly hard i...


Sarantos: “Above The Clouds” – the overall production is immaculate

I have been following Sarantos’ evolution for quite a few years now, so I know for sure he has been through a mega amount of stylistic configurations musically. I can’t even remember a genre of music he hasn’t brought to ...



Steady Work: “Identity Theft” – a new style breaking twist on things!

Dallas Schwake aka Steady Work, is an independent music artist based out of Colorado Springs, CO. Originally a Mississippi Native, Dallas moved to Colorado in 2012 where he attended the United States Air Force Academy. Instead ...


Dustin Steen: “Mixed Genres” – conveying subject matter genuinely and meticulously

With an onslaught of pressure from modern record labels to produce high-selling records frequently and consistently, and the need to secure a loyal consumer base, an artist’s ability to experiment and evolve with his or her s...