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I blog at Goodnight Hestia. Occasionally I make musicians cry.
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  1. As I Go
    by Maria Roate
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    The Truth is You The Truth is You
  2. Gilded
    by Jade Jackson
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    Motorcycle Motorcycle
  3. Vinyl Child
    by Dirty Dollhouse
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    The Last Time The Last Time
    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Compromised Land
    by Cale Tyson
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  5. The Curse
    by Izzie Walsh
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    Lie To Me Lie To Me
    Walsh is clearly passionate about her craft, and her memorable voice can rattle your speakers. This three track EP serves as a nice primer to her sound.
  6. Silver City Drive
    by Sean Costanza
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    Thank God For The Rain Thank God For The Rain
  7. Kiera Dall'Osto's debut album
    by Kiera Dall'Osto
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    You Certainly Were My Man You Certainly Were My Man
    This isn't a fast-paced record; it ambles along, encouraging repeated listens from the audience. Be prepared to take your time with this debut and to savor Dall'Osto's standout vocals.
  8. More Than Meets The Eye
    by Aleyce Simmonds
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    You Come Back You Come Back
    Chock full of great tracks that feature the stately production, lyrics and vocals Simmonds' listeners have come to expect from her.
  9. Southlands
    by Hana & Jessie-Lee
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    Maryses to pieces Maryses to pieces
    Hana & Jessie-Lee are new to me, but I purchased this off the strength of the first single. Give it a listen; you'll probably be as intrigued as I was.
  10. Find Me
    by Jillian Steele
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    23 23
    While Jillian Steele bills the compositions on her debut EP as “songs about relationships”, the most important connections are not romantic entanglements. Rather, it is the singer-songwriter’s relationship with self that takes precedence. Whether chafing against the restraints of a possessive love interest or unrealistic expectations, Steele consistently writes and sings about women discovering strength from within.
  11. Canyons of my Mind
    by Andrew Combs
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    Silk Flowers Silk Flowers
    Andrew Combs never disappoints. His albums are consistently excellent.
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