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Music Writer (reviews, interviews, news) at The Big Takeover, Rebel Noise, Stereo Embers Magazine, The Record Stache, Indie Music Review, Label Obscura, and Delusions Of Adequacy.

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  1. Lovely Celebration
    by Basement Surfers
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    The Basement Surfers collective brings its kaleidoscopic sonics into clearer focus on this still- trippy track.
    It's a spacey, laid-back number that builds into something more intense by its end.
    A stop-start pace breaks the waves of echoed guitar chime, occasional triangle tings, cymbals shimmer, and emphatic drum beat.
    This grows into a flowing, potent tune with added low-tone, exclaimed male vocals. Experimental and engagingly exploratory.
  2. Road to Nowhere
    by Saint Blasphemer
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    "Road to Nowhere" is a classic - and modern - alternative rock/grunge number that exudes a swampy feel from the get-go and only plunges deeper into sonic and emotional turmoil.
    The band explodes on the chorus parts with a grimy churn of guitars, thick cymbals smash, and a prominent drum beat.
    The dirty bass line adds heft to the thrashing end of the song that culminates with an accelerated pace. The Layne Staley-like passionate vocal exclamations and potent lyrics leave a strong impression.
  3. Can You Use This
    by Space Motel
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    Space Motel drops a soulful and passionate number that gets off to a funky start with horn blasts and a supple beat.
    The chorus sections of "Can You Use This" build up intensity with a fervent lead vocal backed by stormy choral harmonies, trumpet flares, and a fog of thick saxophone.
    The Verse, Chorus, Verse pattern interestingly breaks down by the end, focusing instead on fluid acoustic guitar lines, horn flourishes, and dynamic hand drums.
  4. Nuclear Fusion (Star Light)
    by Fourth Dimension (4D) Aka Jody Giachello
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    4D mastermind Jody Giachello delivers a free-floating opus that melds jazz fusion, rock, and electronics elements into an exploratory and rewarding sound.
    Airy psych keyboard notes and, at first, laid-back guitars rub up against a jumpy drum 'n' cymbals rhythm, while burning rock guitar lines later materialize and sear the mind's eye.
  5. This Longing Heart
    by Dusty Grant
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    Singer-songwriter Dusty Grant has fronted metal and hard rock bands in the past and he brings that power and the passion to his solo acoustic project.
    "This Longing Heart" may be sonically stripped down and lo-fi, but Grant brings complex lyrics, heartfelt emotion, and his restlessly strummed acoustic guitar chops to the fore.
  6. China Shop (single)
    by Daemon & Airdrie
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    New trip-hop/electronic duo Daemon & Airdrie makes a strong showing with its debut tune. Both artists were previously in the folk trio Dirty Grace, but they've now created an indie electronic sound that draws from the dream-pop, trip-hop, and folk genres.
    "China Shop" is a starkly haunting slow burner with dual, reflective vocals that float and intertwine amid reverb electronic tings, spare, echoed guitar lines, and crisp finger clicks. Spellbinding.
  7. Illusion
    by Autumn Kings
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    Canadian alternative rock band Autumn Kings has a thing for world music and mixes in different global influences, depending on the song.
    "Illusion" fuses modern rock guitars, vocals, and lyrics with dramatic Latin acoustic and electric guitar flair and a catchy staccato tempo. Think Santana and Maroon 5 hangin' out together, but with an alt-rock edge.
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  8. Endless Grey
    by A Thousand Hours
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  9. The Tragedy of the Commons
    by The Long Dark Road
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    Full of intense passion and sonics, The Long Dark Road melds hardcore vocals and tempo changes with a charged punk attitude, black metal guitar heaviness, post-rock drive and expansiveness, and prog-rock flourishes, all of which are showcased during various passages of this epic number.
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  10. The Sun and a Dusty Road
    by Dugo
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    Takahiro Izutani's take on instrumental music is quite ear-catching, especially this bright & rhythmically peppy track that also contains reflective elements.
    The trippingly quick beats & percussion give the number a choppy-ocean flow, while the swiftly picked acoustic guitar lines leave an earthy mark. Pulled and plucked symphonic strings bring it into the cinematic realm.
    Compositionally complex, yet simply aurally engaging.

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