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Pennan Brae’s “Weed & Whisky Women – Distilled Mix”

Ideally, the lead single off of any album is the LP in a nutshell; it captures the essence of the tracklist and its creator simultaneously, and this is certainly true of Pennan Brae’s fantastic “Weed & Whisky Women - Distilled Mix.” While I dig the...

“Do What You Say” by  Papi Shiitake

Multidimensionality starts with lyrics in contemporary pop, but it’s from this angle that we can only begin to understand the layers of artistry behind Papi Shiitake’s approach in the new single “Do What You Say.” Much like previous efforts by this critically acclaimed songwriter and...

“Hurry Up and Die” by Dennis J. Leise

Restless pickin’ and uncompromising poetic honesty are joining forces for what could be the bluntest indie track of the season in “Hurry Up and Die” this summer, and although I was recently a newcomer to the music of Dennis J. Leise, this song has made...

GelaX Drops New Single

GelaX are picking up a lot of buzz this summer, and it’s not entirely because of their Canadian origins (although that certainly doesn’t hurt their status at all). Interest in their scene is at an all-time high, but what they’re putting down in the new...

The Jenny Thing “American Canyon”

Aggressively chasing after the listener instead of the verses our lead singer is putting down at the front of the mix, the beat in The Jenny Thing’s new single and music video “American Canyon” has the fiery soul of a wild animal living within it,...

“Time Will Tell” by Bruce Guynn

One man. One mic. One mighty melody. If you’re Bruce Guynn, these three ingredients spell out a righteous recipe for California-style soft rock ala his new single “Time Will Tell” that lovers of lost coast culture are going to be particularly taken with this July....

“String Ladders” (LP) by The Color Forty Nine

The California desert has inspired countless bands and styles over the years, and its influence can certainly be felt in the new album String Ladders from San Diego’s own The Color Forty Nine. Comprised of folk and surreal, almost atmospheric rock elements that touch on a theme...

Gnarly Karma

Gnarly Karma’s “Rags to Riches”

The best songs, for me, are ripped from the blood and marrow of their composers. Gnarly Karma’s “Rags to Riches” qualifies. The Long Island, NY headquartered five piece aren’t newcomers to the scene and their growing discography has experienced notable past success, but their latest...

“Hope” by Jazz Legend Louise Cappi

Following up a substantial debut can feel nearly insurmountable when put to the task. The term “sophomore slump” exists for a reason, and almost every artist is susceptible to it. The slim probability of overcoming something so well-received on a first outing can lead to...

The Little Wretches Release New Full Length Live Album

I think sometimes the worse mark and album can carry is that it can be too impersonal. In the country margin of things, we're used to the "I love blondes and beer" methodology that's become commonplace in pop culture, but it ends up not saying...