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» [2009-07-08]
Review of the Dance Track "Today I Believe" by Marina
"Today I Believe," by Marina Karman (aka Marina), is a dance groove that takes you back to the 1990's and a New York dance club.
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-07-08]
Review of Paypa Boy's New Hip Hop EP 'Paypa Workz'
The anthemic "Got Work" provides the perfect backdrop for Paypa Boy's salvo of punch lines, boasting a knocking baseline and banging hook
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-06-30]
Review Of Still Time's "See America"
the San Luis Obispo band has taken a quantum leap into the realm of spiritual and soulful based music
By Cowboy Surfer, Seedless Records (more from this author)

» [2009-06-24]
Review of 'Love Kills' by This Is A Shakedown!
This is a Shakedown! is a strong rock band supported by a fair rhythm section that rotates around a great front-man
By Nicholas Guida (more from this author)

» [2009-06-12]
Funky, groove-rock in Jimmy Mancus' "Give it Up" (feat. RasMG)
This is a feel good song that has a funky bass line, classic hip hop beats, mellow guitar riffs and Jimmys funky soul singing style
By Veronica Cole (more from this author)

» [2009-06-12]
Triptych 3, Shulgin's Songbook: Exceeding Genre Limitations
Alexander Shulgin succeeds in creating an album that is both complex, yet accessible, and thus pleases both musicians and non-musicians alike
By Will J.B. Cohn (more from this author)

» [2009-06-05]
MP3 of DJ Islander's house remix of Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual"
By Nicholas Guida (more from this author)

» [2009-05-19]
Country Ballad MP3: Molten Mike - One Little Love
A simple and slow ballad, with traditional country music and female background vocalists
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-05-15]
MP3: Polarity/1 - 'Bring On The Sudz'
With his minimal sound in a complex format, Polarity/1 gives you a huge musical massage.
By Nicholas Guida (more from this author)

» [2009-05-09]
Winifred Adams - You Are My Rose
Adams sings country music in the traditional style from the Johnny Cash/Loretta Lynn era
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-05-09]
Carvelli - The Movement
'The Movement' is about expressing the pride of being Italian, and bringing that flavor to the Hip-Hop scene
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-05-02]
Kyle Vincent - "Where You Are" (Song Tree Records)
We're treated to a shimmering showcase of gorgeous keyboard flourishes, whirling saxophone fills and endless streams of hooks
By Beverly Paterson, The Lance Monthly (more from this author)

» [2009-04-22]
Five Man Electrical Band - "Half Past Midnight: The Staccatos And Beyond"
The album is chock full of tidy and tasteful little ditties
By Beverly Paterson, The Lance Monthly (more from this author)

» [2009-04-20]
A Twist of Smooth Jazz: Alexander Shulgin's My Moscow MP3
The warm and raspy sax lead in and solo improvisations add a unique and colorful hue to My Moscow, all the while carrying the listener to a fresh and unexpected, yet somehow familiar destination.
By Will J.B. Cohn (more from this author)

» [2009-04-04]
Alexander Shulgin - Triptych. Shulgin's Songbook. Part II, featuring Gary Husband and Martin Taylor
What makes the album most effective is the combination of Shulgin's strong compositions along with their creative interpretation by Husband
By Will J.B. Cohn (more from this author)

» [2009-04-02]
Rock Music, w/ An Operatic, Theatrical Twist
San Franciscan Andrea Plamondon's single "I Still Remember" (featuring Joy FM) brings us guitar's riffs with a chasing rhythm in a bluegrass/experimental style.
By Nicholas Guida (more from this author)

» [2009-03-30]
Rocker-T with Joan Baez on 'The Way Life Should Be'
It has that feel-good atmosphere of reggae while also incorporating strong musicianship
By Will J.B. Cohn (more from this author)

» [2009-03-28]
The Shadows of Knight - "Shake"
Initially released late in 1968 on the Super K label, "Shadows of Knight" was the album featuring the revamped line-up
By Beverly Paterson, The Lance Monthly (more from this author)

» [2009-03-13]
The Flamin' Groovies - "This Band Is Red Hot 1969-1979"
A twenty-four track set, "This Band Is Red Hot 1969-1979," covers each phase of the band's decidedly mercurial career
By Beverly Paterson, The Lance Monthly (more from this author)

» [2009-03-11]
Morsy & Koko Dozo present "The Shine"
Polarity/1 and his Post-Pop project Koko Dozo (with vocalist Amy Douglas) had the honor of making music with one of NYC's greatest Funkmeisters, DJ Morsy from the Nanachil Crew.
By MusicDish Network (more from this author)

» [2009-03-05]
Blue Ash - "No More, No Less"
Originally released in 1973 on Mercury Records, the debut disc by Blue Ash garnered immediate praise from critics far and wide, but flopped on a commercial level
By Beverly Paterson, The Lance Monthly (more from this author)

» [2009-03-02]
'We Welcome You To Come' MP3 by Grace LaJoy f. Zenobia Smith
Spoken Word Artist Grace LaJoy Give Us "We Welcome You to Come" Single Featuring Gospel Singer Zenobia Smith
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-02-24]
12 The Band: Streets And Avenues
This album takes reggae to a whole new level, incorporating jazz, blues, rock and R&B
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-02-10]
Triptych: Alexander Shulgin's Songbook Part 1
This album is a fusion between jazz and easy listening, suitable for every situation - background music, cozying up with your lover, or just chilling out and relaxing.
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-02-05]
Soular System - Big Bang Creates Planets of Rock
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2009-01-19]
Jumping Genres Once Again, and Still Shocking Us All
A Review of Polarity/1's 'Music From The Other Side'
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-09-24]
Vocal Powerhouse Lorraine Reid Teaches Listeners on Lessons Learned
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-09-03]
Drifting Past Pain and Becoming a Renegade
A Review of Tim Young Band's 'The Cost'
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-08-14]
A Jazzy Journey Through Nature: A Review of Gary Paul Bryant's 'WildLife'
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-07-17]
Polarity/1: A Voice for Today's America
A Review of Music from the Documentary 'In Debt We Trust'
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-07-16]
Politics, Diversity and Self-Reflection: A Review of Polarity/1's 'Yankin' the Food Chain'
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-07-09]
Lorraine Reid: How Can I Keep Him Lovin' Me?
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-06-25]
Peter Bloom Band - A Man and His Random Thoughts
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-06-20]
Random Thoughts Inspire Specific Memories
By Liz Singer (more from this author)

» [2008-05-13]
Future psychediscorama With Koko Dozo's Illegal Space Aliens
Brothers and a Sister From Another Planet
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-04-28]
A CD Review of Mashed Buddha's 'Zen Conspiracy'
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-18]
A Hard Rock Broadside from Soundside
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-18]
Julie Moffitt: Belle of the Tunes
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-18]
Charles Laster II & Silvia Pratesi: Believe What You Say And See
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-14]
From the Coffee Shops and Pubs to Cyberspace, The Smiling Strangers Make Noise on MySpace
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-13]
NightDancers' Montana Crossings: Flute Music of Transformation
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-07]
The Hills Are In His Heart
A Review of Sweet Tea a CD by Hills Rolling
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-07]
The Daily Vault Album Reviews: Random Thoughts (From A Paralyzed Mind)
By Jason Warburg (more from this author)

» [2008-03-01]
Sad Songs Say So Much
A Review of Attention to Detail
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-03-01]
Moving My Feet by The Foley McKenna Band
By Mark Kirby (more from this author)

» [2008-01-22]
Best Of The Batch: Sharon Rae North
The Way You Make Me Feel
By MuzikMan (more from this author)

» [2008-01-22]
Best Of The Batch: Mike Cullison
Blue Collar Tired
By MuzikMan (more from this author)

» [2008-01-21]
Best Of The Batch: Red Plastic Buddha
Sunflower Sessions
By MuzikMan (more from this author)

» [2008-01-21]
Best Of The Batch: Zdenko Ivanusic
Lost In HTML
By MuzikMan (more from this author)

» [2008-01-21]
Best Of The Batch: Arek Religa
In Memory Of The Greatests
By MuzikMan (more from this author)

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