William Elvin – “The Tragedy of Gilbert” – a great melodic tribute to nuanced songwriting

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William Elvin has become a more polished musician over time, but he’s never lost his cerebral singer-songwriter vibe or his easy way with melody, and

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The Marica Frequency – “Delicate” comprises an important school of contemporary music

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The Marica Frequency is an alternative folk/indie band from South Wales, UK, founded in 2015 by songwriter and producer Christopher Evans. They released their first,

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Unintended Strangers show immense patience in their work

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What more can I say about the Indie/folk duo Unintended Strangers, comprised of Robert Griffin (U.S) and Chloe Danz (New Zealand) that hasn’t been said

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Voice in the Attic – “Warts & All” is, in essence, a tone, a mood, a universe

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I discovered BC Bogey aka Voice in the Attic during 2015, listening to the single “Over”, and fell in love with this project instantly. BC

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Kalon Hart – “I Think You Know” – permeates and lodges itself inside the brain

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Born Rob Teehan in his homeland of Toronto, Canada, Kalon Hart spends most of his time writing music for film and TV, without though, forgetting

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The Chrissie Romano Band: “Photo” is a a thing of beauty

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Hailing from Rochester, NY, The Chrissie Romano Band evolved from a desire to not only create original tunes but to rekindle the musical relationship between

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Forrest Hill: “ShadowLight” – There’s a great accessibility to these songs

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Forrest Hill grew up in Detroit and eventually moved to Boston where co-founded the funk rock band Judy’s Tiny Head (JTH). A band which performed

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J.W. Schuller: “No Mud in Joyville” – intricate artistic lines weave throughout

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Few times an albums strikes such an exquisite balance between compelling lyrics and an enticing sound. “No Mud in Joyville” scores five stars in its

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Joey Britton: “Edmonton Sessions” – always subtle, yet powerful, precise and tasteful

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Joey Britton started his journey in music at an early age. He joined the band ISO and played lead guitar helping to launch the Torn

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Sam and the Black Seas: “SILVER” has a unique, enigmatic quality

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The combination of easily assimilated melodies, intelligent lyrics, acoustic driven rhythms, creative composition and a rather intangible phenomenon brought by the cello nuances set Sam

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