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Bonobo featuring Rhye ‘Break Apart’ single review

On Dec. 8, Bonobo released the single “Break Apart” featuring Rhye. The single’s release comes about a month before Bonobo’s next album Migration is due to come out on Jan. 13.

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Emmit Fenn ‘Blinded’ single review

Indie/Electronic prodigy Emmit Fenn released his second single “Blinded” on Dec. 7. With only two releases to date, Fenn has already displayed a musical competence that could make him a

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Review of the new Anodic8 album entitled ‘Psycho’

On Oct. 14, Anodic8 released ‘Psycho.’ Though some tracks in this electronic work never come to fruition, many are interesting concepts with strong results. On Oct. 14, Anodic8 released the

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Review for Eric Frisch’s album ‘Music Under The Sea’

Eric Frisch is an indie pop musician currently residing in New York City. Originally from Toronto, Frisch grew up in a musically inclined home. The second of four children, he

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Review of MIRAS debut single ‘Something I Don’t Know’

On Oct. 7, Swedish born and raised singer-songwriter MIRAS released her debut single “Something I Don’t Know.” This pop tune is clearly made for dancing.   MIRAS released her debut

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Review of Escaper debut single entitled “Castles”

On Dec. 2, Escaper released their debut single, entitled “Castles.” The Brooklyn-based alternative funk/psych rock quintet is off to a strong start.   On Dec. 2, Escaper released their debut

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Third Eye Blind: ‘We Are Drugs’ EP review

Nineties alternative rock trailblazers Third Eye Blind release their We Are Drugs EP, a seven-track set following a year after the band’s final album release Dopamine. It’s a far stretch

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Review of Mercury’s Antennae ‘Beneath The Serene’

On March 14, Mercury’s Antennae released Beneath The Serene – containing chamber-like vocals, nuanced bass lines and dynamic electro-ambient work.   On March 14, Mercury’s Antennae released their second full-length

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Anthony Green: ‘Pixie Queen’ album review

Post hardcore brainchild Anthony Green walks the line between indie rock and piano balladry for fourth solo effort in Pixie Queen, in a poignant collection of tracks departing far from

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