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Chris Murphy – Surface To Air

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Chris Murphy – Surface To Air

URL: http://chrismurphymusic.com/music/

Chris Murphy’s twenty five plus year career as a professional musician has resulted in a lengthy list of credits and a number of critically lauded solo albums. The latest of these, Surface to Air, is a fourteen song platter naturally dominated by Murphy’s fluent violin but hoisting a large enough tent that a variety of musical strains find their way into the mix. Despite the abundance of talent on display, there isn’t a single second of Surface to Air that plays or feels like some vacant virtuoso trip. These are performances that seek, above all else, to serve their respective songs and little more. The production casts everything in clear relief and gives each of the many instruments their own definable bit of real estate within the final mix.

Jangling guitars open “Sailing the World Alone” but Murphy’s violin soon joins in with sweeping, winding violin lines. He provides the lead for the song’s entire battery of players, but never diminishes their contributions. His vocal talents are unassuming, but the lack of singing pyrotechnics focuses listener’s attention on the lyrics and musical textures. “That Just Might Do the Trick” is a rollicking bit of country swing with a playful sense of balancing light humor with the bittersweet. The light comedic touch never trivializes the track, however, and the tight playing retains a loose assurance that pleases the ear. The album’s title track has simmering, stripped down efficiency that Murphy’s vocal matches with convincing phrasing and just the right amount of restraint. “Vernon Tool & Die” is quite an idiosyncratic number on the album, a full on departure into the singer/songwriter mode. It may not be initially accessible to some listeners and, like many of the album’s songs, deserves repeated listening to comprehend it fully. The quasi-waltz tempo gives the track an easy-going amiability and the narrative thread sustaining its lyrics is quite strong.

“The Oscar Wilde Waltz” is, arguably, the album’s finest instrumental. It’s an exquisitely written piece played with superb timing and moves with smooth control throughout its duration. As the song title indicates, this is an outright waltz that Murphy and his band lock onto and never lose. “Elmira Prison Camp” has rootsy aims and approximates the feel of early 20th century blues and early country classics without ever seeming too imitative. These are intelligent lyrics that do more than invoke the past through obvious images and, instead, try to plumb deep into actual experience. “Wish You Well” strikes a complicated but ultimately conciliatory note. It’s set to a cozy, uptempo folk backing centered on acoustic guitars and Murphy’s melancholy vocal. The album’s concluding song, “The Hunter and the Fox”, is a final instrumental pastoral invoking a variety of moods. The instrumentation remains founded on the marriage of Murphy’s violin with guitars, but the bass lays down a solid groove that allows everything on top to flourish.

It’s a fantastic end to a rich, melodically strong album. Chris Murphy has learned his lessons well from influences like Dylan, Richard Thompson, and countless others. Surface to Air is a deep collection of songs and instrumentals that plays coherently from first song to last and never lapses into self indulgence.

SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/989wclz/chris-murphy-surface-to-air

9 out of 10 stars.

Aaron Ellis

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The Energy – “When We Were Young”

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The Energy – “When We Were Young”

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Brooklyn four-piece The Energy has returned with their fifth studio album, When We Were Young, their first release in over two years. The long-awaited album marks a revival of the momentum that is not only their namesake, but that has defined their sound through the years and with each preceding release. Though this fresh album only spans nine tracks, each one completely polished and borderline incendiary that The Energy would almost be doing themselves and their listeners an injustice by trying to jam any more material into this one. Trust me, the nine tracks on When We Were Young will more than satisfy you when it comes to receiving the adrenaline injection that comes while listening to an album from The Energy.

On the album opener, “Losing Myself,” they sing, “I’m losing myself, and I’m falling…right back down to where you want me,” setting the tone for a manipulative love that threads its way throughout the whole album. Freedom is desired, but it couldn’t be further from their grasp.

The Energy’s technical prowess is always at work on When We Were Young, more evident at some places than at others. The second track, “You Can Follow,” goes through some highly technical shifts that would leave a lesser band pulling their long, greasy hair out. The Energy handle it flawlessly, in a similar way to the likes of highly skilled rock bands like, say, a Rush back in their day.

The third track, “When We Were Young,” shares its name with the album, and it’s undoubtedly the one that’s the most focused on the past—or, rather, reflection on where we are in the present, and how we’ve gotten here. Two people, formerly deeply in love, have now, years later and no longer mired in their youth, have grown apart and it seems inevitable that the end is nigh. Alas, the chorus waxes nostalgic: “Oh when we were young, oh we could not fight it our life had just begun…when we were young.”

But is there hope? The following track, “Wait for Me,” surely gives the impression that the veil is lifting and that there may be hope for reconciliation. “Will you wait for me tomorrow?” they sing. “I’ll turn to you once more.” It’s now up to the other member of the relationship to either take the hand, or push away eternally into the ether.

The biggest standout on When We Were Young emerges on the track “Don’t Come Around,” where the basslines thump like late-era Jimi Hendrix Experience licks, and the tone is cocky and confident. Whoever she is, after listening to this song, she knows to not come around anymore—it’s completely over.

The album ends on a high note with concluding track, “The Constant,” which features G4SHI. The song reverberates loudly and proudly, as they ask, “Would you be my constant, and set me free?” Subsequently, a slow, open hi-hat drum beat complements twangy electric licks to create an addictive and catchy flow. G4SHI’s flows at the end of the track show The Energy’s ability to incorporate broad themes cohesively into one song.

The Energy have put together an album here that, if not flawless, certainly shows significant growth from the perspective of instrumentation and lyricism. Diehard fans will be pleased with the new material, and those new to the band who stumble upon this album will become fans for life. Get your copy of When We Were Young now.

I-TUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/when-we-were-young/id1104692098

Review by Charles Thomas

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Slanderus is a progressive metal band from the Inland Empire, based out of Ontario, California. Their unique and original sound comes from a blend of classic metal such as Iron Maiden, Queensryche, Anthrax and modern metal like Faith No More, System of a Down and Dream Theater. They have been active since 2009 playing numerous live shows all around the Inland Empire, Orange county and LA county. They were voted Best metal band of 2012 by the readers of IE Weekly magazine. When it comes to their live shows they are like no other local band. Pushing the envelope with a memorizing self produced light and laser show that magnificently complements their live performance. Their latest EP released in September of 2015, Sanctuary of Life, is available on iTunes and all major digital media outlets.
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Toks – Relapse Ft. Mackshine

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Toks – Relapse Ft. Mackshine
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Broke Royals – The Luxury of Time Part Three

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Broke Royals – The Luxury of Time Part Three 

URL: http://brokeroyals.com/ 

Duos don’t often pack the punch that Broke Royals harbors. Colin Cross and Phillip Basnight are adept at conjuring a thrilling sonic storm despite their status as a duo and appropriate a grandeur many listeners are used to hear from five and six piece bands. They have been rather prolific since their 2014 debut – the duo has traveled along the East Coast serving up well-received live performances while writing and recording three conceptually themed EP’s. The third and latest, The Luxury of Time Part Three, might sound like the title to a sci fi movie sequel, but it’s a substantive and often moving musical work that illustrates how Broke Royals might be one of America’s best indie bands and flying just a little under the radar.  

The six song release begins with “On My Way”. The synthesizer lines and pleasing harmony vocals give the song a cloud-reaching buoyancy. The upbeat sheen is no act, but it isn’t about soft emotions and sentiment. This is a glorious track about self-determination and the drive to realize your own future; Basnight and Cross convey equally convey that message as songwriters and performers. “New Suns” gives them the chance to concentrate more on their rock chops and the results are an intense, hard hitting workout that burns with every bit of the fire implied by its title. They hit the EP’s sole lull with “Young Tigers”, but the lull is more about missed opportunities than any inherent weakness in the songwriting. Instead, the track never feels like it fully realizes its dramatic potential and its curious restraint cuts into the momentum generated by the first two songs. 

“Love, Youth, & Glory” recovers any lost ground and makes bold new advances. The song will strike many as hitting all the targets that the preceding song aimed at and the difference in their success seems, superficially, owed to inspiration alone. While “Young Tigers” never really takes off, this track can hardly contain itself and has an all-around imaginative flair that makes it play in a spontaneous rather than studied fashion. By this point on the EP, attentive listeners will perhaps notice how the track listing evolves, like a duo distilling and simplifying their artistic vision down to its purest essence from song to song. We are literally listening to a band evolving at breakneck speed.  

Their evolution reaches full flourish on “Heartless Come Around”. Broke Royals never, surprisingly perhaps, take a swing for the Big Statement with this concluding full length song. The track plays as a final affirmation of the EP’s merits and doesn’t command in an inordinate amount of the songwriting spotlight, but closer listen reveals a wildly ambitious number in some ways that hints at the duo’s potential greater gifts. The relative modesty of the song in and its placement in a conceptual work shows evidence of a band concerned with form and balance. Imposing some arbitrary construction on the tail end of their EP would have upset the delicate balance they’ve achieved, so instead, Broke Royals emerge with a final song that plays as one of the same with those preceding it while still ending things quite eloquently.

8 out of 10 stars. 

FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/brokeroyals 

Lance Wright

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Secret Season – Love is the Only Game in Town

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Secret Season – Love is the Only Game in Town 

URL: http://www.secret-season.com/boutique/ 

Looking at the album cover can sometimes give you some vague idea of what to expect within. The hazy, retro-themed cover of Secret Season’s fourth full length release Love is the Only Game in Town takes our imaginations straight into a tense world where everything is deeply felt, doubt is common, and nothing feels stable. There’s a desperation implied by the album title that pervades the musical mood – many of the album’s 12 cuts are downbeat excursions or infused with credible bluesy gravitas. Singer/guitarist Mark Moogalian and his creative cohort Isabelle Risacher create their own musical universe on this latest album, as they have done for the three preceding it, and it’s accessible to anyone who cares to listen.  

“Love is the Only Game in Town” starts things up in a memorable fashion. This is an all-around superb song with tight, stripped back musical lines and a lyric that neatly dovetails with the accompaniment. This is one of the album’s primary approaches and it never changes despite how the duo utilizes their songwriting tools. An early and ideal example of this is the album’s second song, “She’s So Mysterious”. It obviously has some commercial potential, but likewise runs along a very particular track with compositionally minded guitars and an emphasis on establishing melody and atmosphere over adhering to formula. Things take a light turn towards the industrial on “Show Me What You’ve Got”, but the song’s true allure lies more in its juxtaposition of Risacher’s voice and the powerful drumming. “When I Saw Jesus” moves along similar lines, but it’s much more of a conventional noisy alt rocker and eschews some of the darker shades heard in the earlier song. There’s certainly an added element of satire driving the song as well. “Linen White” has a lot of interesting spacing and a strong melodic quality despite another healthy dose of Moogalian’s hallucinatory guitar fills.  

“Mean Streak” is vaguely reminiscent of “When I Saw Jesus” due to its shared wry sense of humor, but they share a further undercurrent of seriousness that works appealingly with the light comedy. Secret Season moves towards a much poppier angle than many of the earlier tracks with “I Wanna Be With You” and Moogalian’s spirited vocal is the icing on its musical cake. “She’s a Spy” finds Moogalian contending with another witchy woman that he can’t pull himself away from and the song has much of the style distinguishing similarly themed earlier songs. The album’s closing song “Shine On” is a moody finale that brings the album to a satisfying, but ambivalent conclusion. 

Secret Season’s fourth album is strong enough to establish them as one of the best style driven alt rock bands working today. There’s an easy confidence filling each of these songs that never swaggers too much, but instead takes a number of chances that much more conventional outfits avoid. Love is the Only Game in Town recalls a number of influences and synthesizes them with personal flair.  

CD BABY: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/secretseason4 

9 out of 10 stars. 

William Elgin

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Jackpot Luck featuring Gary Bonanni

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Jackpot Luck featuring Gary Bonanni

BANDCAMP: https://jackpotluck.bandcamp.com/

You make a successful career with your band, travel around the world and widely appreciated. But you have a collection of songs made in the most testing of times that has never seen the light of the day. And when Alon Lotringer sees its raw potential what happens is – JackPot Luck happens. A mix of songs from Bonnani’s early years that reflect those dark musician days is just that – dark and cold. With the strumming guitar which takes the limelight making the lyrics take the back seat, the songs are true to its genre: rock music.

‘A clown around here’ touches on the loneliness of an artist and the trials faced when he is trying to find a path in music-dom. The music is somber that resonates with every ‘down in the dumps’ moments. His voice seems constricted and it takes time to fall in tune with the music. However, it does get better as it progresses. ‘The saddle’ is an even better effort. This stands out from the rest as it takes a positive note although it still is in the gloomy side of the continuum. Moving at a steady pace, it culminates in a beautiful end where the instrumentals weave magic and the listener is left in a melodic high. Bonnani puts his anger and sorrow at the hypocrisy of the world – vigilante institutions in particular – into words in ‘Ugly garden’. He renders it in his mellow voice that is like a balm on the festering wound. A perfect song for those endless, troubling nights.

At a faster pace, ‘Head full of stone’ is placed to bring back the jive in the melancholic pace of the songs. It is groovy and starts with a ‘boom’, but once again it meanders to his frustration at the world. As the song goes one wonders what happened to Bonnani to feel the way he feels. ‘Careless talking’ is another track on the woes of the world. The song brings continuity when the album is heard at one go. It is like Bonnani is yet to get closure on the themes already visited. You definitely are engaged, and curious after this track. His hand at the guitar makes the song what it is. The instrumentals, more than anything, make the song worth listening.

‘The feeling’ does nothing to alleviate the despair one feels by the end. However, the instrumentals at the end of the track is worth mentioning and it brings the album to a peaceful close.

On the whole Bonnani’s hand work with the guitar is really a piece of art. It gives a rush, though it takes a seasoned listener to feel at home with his lyrics. Playing the guitar, though, is definitely his forte. His tryst with writing songs puts raw emotions into words in a way that sometimes makes you feel just as lost, and at other times in awe of how cogently he hits the nail on the head. Bonnani’s songs recorded over the past decade was thankfully, not left behind with his past!

Purchase Link: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/garybonanni

Overall rating: 7/10

Jodi Crane

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Da PaCaGe

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“Next Day Air” This mixtape production is full of personal insight, storytelling, amazing lyrics, and mind-blowing beats.

Craig Denson, also artistically known as Da Pacage, is a strong, out-of- the-box, American Hip Hop performer that was born on a unique 9th of May almost 28 years ago (1988) and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He is the father of two beautiful children and married to what he describes “a hell of a woman”.

Denson’s interest for music began to develop at a very young age. He was influenced by powerful artists such as Tupac, Jay-Z, Nas, Jadakiss and Young Jeezy to name his favorites. He states that his music comes from the influence of these top performers that along with his world’s point of view and personal experience inspired the amazing lyrics he breaks down in his mixtapes. He has been true to the fact that everything you listen on his page is who he is and where he comes from.

“Music is more like a therapy to me,” says Da Pacage.

With his live presentations, he has made himself space in hip hop as a rising star. So far, his nonstop work has earned him The Iron Mike Battle Championship, defeating other promising performers. Also, Being the Foxy 99 Underground Champion for over a week; and being the very special performer opening for Plies at the Florence Civic Center. At this last performance, he got a standing ovation from the crowd who asked for more. He has participated as well in many events in the Atlanta GA Area.

One of his most outstanding performances was on October 1, 2014, where he took the Blackthorn

51 stage in Brooklyn, NY and tore the house down. On February 28, his talent awarded him the CIAA Competition in Charlotte, sponsored by the great DJ Chuck T. On August 3rd he got himself an audition in Fox’s Next EMPIRE Artist in Charlotte, North Carolina and keeping up with the streak; he had a stunning performance on the Fayetteville Motor Speedway opening for no less than Kevin Gates in August 16. Currently, he’s working on a mixtape with Roc Brown for Fayetteville collaboration while preparing for September 20, when he will be opening for famous Young Dro in

Petersburg, Virginia’s Motor Speedway.

Da Pacage has shown through media, that his eager to listen to his fans opinions, from working ideas, sending beats, songs or advice about music; he just asks to hit his inbox. He’d be more than glad to collaborate with others and pass out some knowledge.

To have a better insight of Da Pacage or booking to enjoy an amazing performance, go over to his facebook page at

facebook.com/DA PACAGE (twitter) @DA PACAGE (Instagram) @DAPACAGE or (website) www.DAPACAGE.COM
http://dapacage.com/

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Heart and Soul: the new album by the Italian pop rock band The Rideouts

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Heart and Soul: the new album by the Italian pop rock band The Rideouts
Genre: rock – pop – blues – garage
Label: Auto-produzione
Digital distribution: CdBaby

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https://soundcloud.com/therideouts/sets/heart-soul

Heart and Soul: new record by the Rideouts, another important step for the band formed in 2003 between Trieste and Liverpool by singer-guitarist Max Scherbi. Today he is accompanied by: Andrea Radini on guitars and programming, Michela Grilli on backing vocals, Gianpiero de Candia on bass and backing vocals and Federico Gullo on drums. The strings quartet on two tracks of the album is formed by Davide Albanese and Paola Bezi (violins), Lucija Brnadić (viola), Jasen Chelfi (cello).

The Rideouts’ sound digs deep into the british-american bands of the Sixties. Pop, rock, blues and garage rock with a bit of psychedelia are the main genres while The Beatles, Hendrix, Cream and Led Zeppelin are the main influences.

BBC’s Richard Oliff (presenter, writer, journalist, producer who had worked over the years with artists such as Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney), fan of The Rideouts, has compared them to Eric Clapton and The Beatles.

Heart and Soul contains 11 tracks, a fine mixture of ballads and rock-blues, with a british-rock background (the album cover is a homage to Banksy). The album has been mastered at Mercury Mastering (California) by Blake La Grange (Grammy Award winner, who worked – amongst others – with Kanye West).

The Rideouts have nothing to envy other British or American bands, their sound is international, well-finished, and are second to none. They have received many positive reviews in fact: from the mentioned Oliff to the prestigious NME, which hosts a couple of Rideouts’ videos on its website.

The first single and video, directed by Carlo Paccorini, is the opening track Not Enough. With this album The Rideouts reach their maturity and show all their potential.

The Rideouts – Not Enough

Tracklist
Not Enough
Plastic Soul
I’m So Sorry
Give It To Me
I’ll Be Free
Put The Blame On Me
Who I Am
Wait
Take It Easy
Be A Man
Don’t Cry

Biography: It all begins in 2000, when Max Scherbi moves to Liverpool to follow The Beatles’ footsteps. Here, he joins a project by Stewart Boyle, formerly member of a band called Bullyrag. In 2003 The Rideouts project starts taking shape and two years later Max records his first 4-track EP at Imperial Studios in Liverpool with Jay Irving (Spandau Ballet, Nate James, The Christians) on drums. He then returns to Italy (with a lot of experience and speaking fluent English). While focusing on the project, he joins Tillamook band (blues/jazz winners of the 2008 IBC’s Italian selection: in 2009 they represented Italy in Memphis). Members of Tillamook are Gianpiero de Candia on bass and Andrea D’Ostuni on drums. Max will record with them the album The Storm After The Calm in 2009. In January 2012 Matteo Moggioli joins The Rideouts as the new drummer and they record the second album All Day & All Night.
http://www.therideouts.com/The_Rideouts_official_site/Home.html

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GET SPIRITUALLY LIFTED TO TRUTH

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GET SPIRITUALLY LIFTED TO TRUTH
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GET MOTIVATED AND SPIRITUALLY LIFTED TO TRUTH
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http://glascographix.com/initiate
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Who am I?… No one of importance. What is my history? As troubled or not as troubled as anyone else’s in this present day. Why do I start my bio this way? Because nothing but truth matters. Nothing else, although truth is not high on humanities priority list.
This musical composition was not put together as much for your entertainment as it is for your understanding that there is a true purpose to life. Most, if not all, of humanity excepts or is forced to except the circumstances they are either born in to or adapted to as they age in life. Many of us claim that we are good but are forced to do bad things to achieve our goals in life due to the ugly world we inhabit. Yes, I agree with you. Do know that this world did not become ugly by itself, we made it this way. Every single man, woman and child on this planet has influence in the degeneration of our planet. There is a solution. This solution is simple, but it also takes a super effort of what is called WILL POWER, self discipline, and teaching of Science, Religion, Philosophy, and Art, all as one unit.
Nothing that any of us have been taught, in any country, in any part of the world, is true. Yes, there are some truths in what we have been taught, but the truths have been infected with lies and subjective views of the conquers of every fallen civilization. Every nation on this planet at one time or another has been conquered by its own people or a foreign regime. Everyone and everything in this world has been influenced by personal gain of some sort, which corrupts us all. All governments, religions, educational, entertainment and charity systems have been tainted with corruption. We are all to blame because we accept it.

Love, Peace and Happiness to all beings.

“Although perfection alludes me, my inspiration for perfection will never die”
The Initiate
http://www.glascographix.com/initiate

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Upon Creation – Decent From Above

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Upon Creation – Decent from Above 4 track EP

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Sakis Gouzonis reveals the release date of his upcoming ninth album

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Sakis Gouzonis reveals the release date of his upcoming ninth album
Sakis Gouzonis revealed the release date of his upcoming 9th studio album. The new album, which will feature ten brand new tracks of electronic and cinematic music, will be released on May 16, 2016.

One description of his sound reads, “Each one of my tracks comes in a moment of inspiration. My music is about the universe, it is about the infinite, it is about the mysterious forces that we all feel to be around us, it is about what we can and what we cannot understand. My complicated rhythms tell people something about the equally complex rhythms of their inner life.”

The debut album of Sakis Gouzonis, “First Contact,” hit shelves in 2008. Soon after the release of his debut album, Gouzonis established himself as one of the best young Greek composers and orchestrators, astonishing critics and audience alike with the beauty, depth and maturity of his electronic music. Greek and international radio stations began to broadcast his music.

To this day, Gouzonis has released 8 studio albums, has won a total of 10 international music awards and distinctions, and has gained more than 650,000 fans in 220 countries. Gouzonis has also performed more than 1,000 concerts in many Greek cities, such as Athens, Thessaloniki, Larisa, Volos, and many more.

The new album will be available on Sakis Gouzonis’s web site at http://www.sakisgouzonis.com.
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Go BEAST MODE Indie Arts, Culture, Dance, And Social Outreach

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Go BEAST MODE Indie Arts, Culture, Dance, And Social Outreach
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Indie Arts, Culture, Dance, And Social Outreach Go BEAST MODE

May 1, 2016 Oxnard CA – INCOG Productions, Hip-Hop Collective Group and The Ballaholics team up to release a hard hitting club track, and dance called “BEAST MODE”, which could quite possibly become the newest dance craze of the summer. BEAST MODE signifies the work hard play hard ideology of the collaborative group. I

The collaborative track is the 1st single from the upcoming CD release called AREA 805 named after the region that the group is from. The compilation of tracks feature production and songs from artists in the central coast and surrounding cities.
“we’re working to build a brand and showcase as much talent as we can in the place we feel has an enormous amount to contribute to the music world.”
Jace Martyn producer, entrepreneur, songwriter..

The singles featured artists are Philosophy aka Pheelo and King E-Dubb, of The Ballaholics, Track produced by Jace Martyn , recorded at Lion City Studios Ventura CA, by Filiberto Landeros
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Jessamyn

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SRL Networks Folk Impressionism Compilation featuring music by Jessamyn.

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CeladonCandy

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Celadoncandy was originally conceived as a side project in 2010 by Paul Allgood while on hiatus from his main band Wedlock. He and multi-instrumentalist Jason Bowden released one ,(cc:) in autumn that same year before parting ways; while Allgood retained the name for future releases.A second EP,(fwd:) emerged the following year, after which the project was essentially shelved until indie label Exquisite Noise took interest. 2016’s ‘Celadonia’ is the full-length result.
http://www.celadoncandy.com

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