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  1. Self-Aware
    by Julien the Child
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    Upbeat song with deep lyrics. His voice changes from soft to scratchy in a split second, which gives the song a rock twist.
    Can’t wait for more!
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. This Fire Has Burned Too Long
    by Eric Anders
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    Wonderfully composed music, with soft and thoughtfully placed harmonies.
    The fire burned too long wins over with its piano, hitting chords off-beat and bringing a special dynamic into the song. Anders’ voice is complementing his words and melodies, touching your heart and will reach yours soul – just open up to a diverse album, with surprises in every song.
  3. Wash Me
    by Jay Regan
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    Right Between the Eyes Right Between the Eyes
    Jay Regan’s songs are a combination of old school and modern rock and, apart from the “Whiskey Song”, which didn’t provide any good lyrics and was rather disappointing, are worth listening to. Considering as well, that Jay Regan plays all the parts in his project himself we must appreciate the effort that went into his CD.
    For rock lovers this CD will be a great addition to their CD shelves. To all the other music lovers: Lean back and enjoy this music from colliding times.
  4. Bury My Bones in Arkansas
    by Silver Lake 66
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    Country music as we know it: Good lyrics, which tell a story about love, loss and weird characters. Great guitar solos and soft groovy drums accompany this collection of songs from Silver Lake 66. The voices of Jeff Overbo and Maria Francis build a great duet in low pitch, due to their deep and soft tone. In general Maria Francis’ voice tends to be a bit squeaky and therefore, slightly arduous to listen to.
  5. Collapse
    by Saint Blasphemer
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    Cool cracking music, with clear and carefully thought out lyrics. The arrangements are precise, they give space for guitar solos and are emphasizing the strong lyrics. Saint Blasphemer is supposed to have an amazing live show and while listening to the music I can really imagine the live performance being even better than this EP.
  6. Mr. Sinister
    by Fourth Dimension (4D) Aka Jody Giachello
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    Soft, soothing songs, incorporating electro-elements, which add an edginess to the songs.
    At times a bit messy in the composition, ripping the audience out of their daydreams they followed while listening to the music. It does fit to the theme though: Jody Giachello creates a dark atmosphere in which his instruments seem to battle out the “final battle of light vs. darkness”.
  7. Labyrinth
    by Dark Model
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    Catchy, crafty collection of electrical orchestra-pieces. Sadly, the music loses its charm by the use of a “computer-orchestra”; it misses the natural flow of real musicians. Especially the choir is exhausting to listen to. “Labyrinth” and “survivors” build an opposition to the other songs with their catchy melodies and simplicity, without those choir backgrounds which drown out the actual intensions of the songs: To “unleash (…) [the listeners’] inner hero!”
  8. The Great American Madness
    by Matt Townsend
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    A wonderful collection of heart-warming indie-folk music with a touch of old country sounds; bringing you back to Bob Dylan and Neil Young. Coincidence with Bill Berg on the drums who used to play on the “Blood on the Track” album from Dylan? Whatever it is, that gives this EP a touch of old times and longing for more – it works.
  9. This Longing Heart
    by Dusty Grant
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    Dusty Grant’s dark grungy sound is accompanied by lyrics, that intertwine easily with the melody. His slightly whiny voice is adding to the dark atmosphere of the song. Stories about desperation and aspiration flow through the song, leading the listener to an uneasy passage into Dusty Grant’s music, where there is “no escape but I’m not sure I want to”.
  10. Famous Monsters
    by The Psyatics
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    “Shake them bones” is catchy and somehow more melodic than the other songs of the album “Famous Monsters” by Psyatics. The whole album didn’t really tug my heart strings, but this song reached me with its chords, lyrics and melody. No doubt, the band plays tight. Every note is placed with chaotic precision, which makes grunge what it is after all.
    One thing I dislike is the limited option of buying songs. i would have loved to purchase "shake them bones" but that wasn't an option.
  11. Hello Abyss
    by Nehedar
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    How How
    At first I wasn’t overwhelmed by Nehedar’s album. The lyrics seemed too easy. But her clear and happy melodies do start to be catchy. Throughout the album she really shows off her diverse voice. Surprising was “shedding skin”, which won me over with the darkness in lyrics and melody. It drew a drastic contrast to the first songs on her album. She did remain faithful to her style though, presenting a happy chorus melody once again. The album has it’s up and down, but is a good experience.

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