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Joshua Smotherman

Sacramento, California
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  1. These Promises
    by Once Around Saturn (featuring Glenn Whitehall & Amanda Easton)
    Because Jennifer Because Jennifer
    These Promises is a cosmic voyage through arpeggiated synths, throwback vocal stylings, and head noddin', sometimes funky rhythms. If you have a thing for '80s influenced synth pop, These Promises is the perfect fix for you.
  2. Pulsar
    by Philipp Kessler
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    Pulsar is a journey, not only through a cosmic atmosphere, but through the spaces of the mind. A gentle bed of sounds serenade us as the music causes the mind to wonder, to self-reflect and just sit back, relax and vibe out. If you're feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or just need to disconnect and find your center, this will help you do just that.
    appears in 1 other collection
  3. Late in the Night
    by Eric Frisch
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    As Long As I'm Alive As Long As I'm Alive
    With Eric’s leanings toward infectious, retro, warm and fuzzy sounding pop rock with an injection of the ’60s, Late In The Night is a little bit Beach Boys, a little bit Beatles, and 100% Eric Frisch charm. This is an album a wide range of listeners can and will enjoy.
  4. (Can I) Hold You Near
    by J.Smo
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  5. Tryin' To Understand (The World)
    by J.Smo, Fell Peepz
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  6. It'll Be Okay
    by Dusty Grant
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    appears in 1 other collection
  7. Looking Forward to Your Fall
    by Eric Anders
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    Eric Anders use his music as a way to make powerful statements over soothing, comforting and infectious sound beds while evoking our minds to wander about the weight of the world as it continues putting pressure on our tired shoulders. You will listen to this album over and over again.
  8. What I Want
    by What I Want by JOMO featuring on the Motion Picture film "Battle Scars"
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    JOMO's ability to select infectious instrumentals and then lace them with a strong, polished delivery, an unapologetic flow and catchy hooks definitely helps him stand above the average rapper releasing music independently. What I Want (the album) is packed full of potent frequencies guaranteed to make you break your neck, move your body, and pump up that adrenaline.
  9. Self-Aware [Single]
    by Julien the Child
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    If Julien the Child delivers an album full of songs as strong and solid as Self-Aware, the Memory Flu album is going to be a must add to all of our music collections. The hook has been stuck in my head since my first listen!
  10. Bunny
    by American High
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    From raw rockin’ and rollin’, to psychedelic-esque surf rock vibes, to various influences from music of decades past, American High creates great music! They have delivered a solid, cohesive, highly infectious album that you can jam over and over again.
  11. Came Down From the Mountain
    by Matt Townsend
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    If you can imagine Bob Dylan or Neil Young collaborating with Iron & Wine or Neutral Milk Hotel, you might be able to imagine the sounds of Matt Townsend. Exploring socio-politics in a very appealing and peaceful way, Matt’s ability to discuss the ragged edges of a world that presents itself as polished and pure is a testament to Townsend’s underlying fury and his refusal to allow apathy a seat at the table.
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