Franco Esteve – “Apocalypse: The Doll Chronicles (Original Soundtrack)” draws you into a web of emotions

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When considering a multi-disciplinary artist like Franco Esteve, the force of his influences can often escape newer listeners. On each release he digs into his musical

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Amarrah – “Trust” manages to be nothing short of mesmerizing

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“Trust” is the latest single from singer-songwriter Amarrah. It is the follow-up to her excellent release “No Surrender”, which received critical acclaim from both critics

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Skholezy makes music that rocks steady, stirs the soul and creates a vibe

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Skholezy makes music that rocks steady, stirs the soul and creates a vibe that helps you get to wherever you need to be. After taking

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Natura – “Soaring” – a polished soundscape which welcomes

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Every now and then an album will jump out at me and grab me by the throat due its fine combination of melodic hooks, cool

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Fiveighthirteen – “history doesn’t repeat, but it does rhyme” is cloyingly inviting

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The psychedelic post-rock band Fiveighthirteen is made up of Mike Effenberger (keyboards, synthesizer, and piano), Nick Phaneuf (electric guitar, bass, and samples) and Mike Walsh

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natural dichotomy – “longings” – sharp, concise compositions that blossom quickly

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natural dichotomy is 40 year old composer and producer from Germany who has always had a strong bond to music. Listening to his favorite bands

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Forest Robots – “Amongst A Landscape Of Spiritual Reckoning” – an album of multiple representations

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Let’s start by saying that Fran Dominguez aka Forest Robots compositional creativity is great, but his constant evolution makes him truly remarkable. Meticulous arrangements and

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Dannii Scott – “Saudade” has distinctive chilling quality!

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The EP “Saudade” is a remarkably confident release from an artist who is carving out his own sound and bringing people along for the ride.

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The music flawlessly frames Dannii Scott’s voice and lyrics and never intrudes

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So what makes Dannii Scott and his music so special? In a word, intimacy. His lyrics have the feel of a diary or a perceptive

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Psolkaiyn – “Fail the World” – a great level of creativity that becomes apparent the more you listen to it

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Psolkaiyn is a pseudonym for the artist who loves bean dip with chips, learning, reading books, dragons, and telling stories. The eldest of eight children,

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