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7 reasons why Reading and Leeds Festival 2015 will rock!

7 reasons why Reading and Leeds Festival 2015 will rock!

Conor Davies April 9, 2015 Comments Off on 7 reasons why Reading and Leeds Festival 2015 will rock!

It’s one of the biggest festivals in the United Kingdom outside of Glastonbury, often regarded as the closer to the summer season of music weekenders in the country and always, ALWAYS has a diverse

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6 New(ish) Acts to Look Out For in 2014

6 New(ish) Acts to Look Out For in 2014

Conor Davies January 16, 2014 Comments Off on 6 New(ish) Acts to Look Out For in 2014

One of my favourite things about a new year is getting a new wave of sounds and faces in the music industry. It freshens things up and it’s great to see and hear a

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6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (January-June)

6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (January-June)

Conor Davies January 8, 2014 Comments Off on 6 Most Anticipated Music Releases of 2014 (January-June)

With a new year, comes a whole new bunch of releases from some of the most revered artists around, let’s look at some of the biggest and best to come during the first half

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Alice BrightSky releases her first LP, full of strong female folk-rock and one special cameo!

Alice BrightSky releases her first LP, full of strong female folk-rock and one special cameo!

Conor Davies October 17, 2013 Comments Off on Alice BrightSky releases her first LP, full of strong female folk-rock and one special cameo!

NYC-based artist Alice BrightSky has a beautiful voice that, when combined with some perfect instrumentation, creates several stunning moments on her first LP, a collection of songs six years in the making. BrightSky manages

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Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

James Moore May 16, 2012 Comments Off on Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

Today’s exclusive interview is with up-and-coming folk/Americana singer/songwriter Putnam Murdock, whose album “Brand New Widow” has some stunningly good material.  Putnam, I enjoyed “Brand New Widow” especially for its patience and honest delivery. It

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Dziubecko – A Blues Folk Newcomer With Promise

James Moore March 16, 2012 Comments Off on Dziubecko – A Blues Folk Newcomer With Promise

Independent blues/folk/r & b artist Dziubecko may not reveal any personal details about herself in the form of a biography as of yet, but she certainly is making headway releasing some pretty inspired songs via

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The Morning Birds – Surrender To This CD Review

James Moore March 6, 2012 Comments Off on The Morning Birds – Surrender To This CD Review

The Morning Birds are an intense, atmospheric and completely original band that are extremely hard to peg down sonically. And when it comes down to it, why bother? Music should be an experience, and

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Dirk Lind shows wisdom and brilliance on “Division Street”

James Moore February 16, 2012 Comments Off on Dirk Lind shows wisdom and brilliance on “Division Street”

Dirk Lind is the type of honest singer/songwriter I respect. Not necessarily because he’s going to change the world or is exploring never-before-seen sonic territory, but because he’s contributing to what I feel is

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CD Review – Think Twice EP by Arman Srsa

James Moore January 4, 2012 Comments Off on CD Review – Think Twice EP by Arman Srsa

Showing promise as an up-and-coming singer/songwriter and acoustic artist, Arman Srsa has made a big artistic leap with his new EP “Think Twice”. Born in Croatia, raised in South Africa, and spending much of

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