Month: April 2018

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“Left To Burn” by Matthew Carroll great guitar rock for you!

On February 1st, Birmingham, Alabama’s own Matthew Carroll self-released his album entitled “Left To Burn”.  This album really showcases what…

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“Phases” by Mojave Nomads, quirky yet spectacular!

Out of Utah comes an alternative band that could be making waves, and that band is Mojave Nomads.  As of…

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“Better Late Than Forever” by I Am Curbie, very eclectic!

Out of Toms River, New Jersey comes a recording artist that goes by the stage moniker of I Am Curbie. …

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Madness To Creation Converses with Black Moth vocalist Harriet Hyde on Transcendentalism, Glorious Carnage, and Feminism.

Editor’s Note:  It is becoming no secret that United Kingdom’s own Black Moth is quickly becoming a rising act in…

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Corky Laing’s Pompeii “The Secret Sessions”, the cat is out of the bag!

On April 21st aka Record Store Day, Corky Laing’s Pompeii released “The Secret Sessions”.  This special collection features a supergroup…

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“Thread” by Red Sun Rising, the interesting thing is…

Out of Ohio comes this band that is unlike most of the mainstream rock acts out there.  The interesting thing…

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Red Sun Rising Delivers Unforgettable Performance in Des Moines!!

    On April 20th, Red Sun Rising’s latest tour hit Wooly’s in Des Moines, Iowa.  The band’s newest release…

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“Book II” by Rausch, going through the time-space continuum

On February 2nd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s own Rausch released their album entitled “Book II”.  If you’re a fan of groups like…

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Video Review: “Echo” by Monti

Imagine the life that Monti went through.  Growing up in an abusive home, bouncing around from foster care placement to…