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Andrew St. James

Visions
Feb - 13 - 14
It can be a challenge to keep the singer songwriter model interesting. Adding a poppy chorus, and some delightful piano delay, “Visions” has no problem with gaining and keeping interest. The bari sax provides a transition between the verse and chorus giving “Visions” some much needed contras ...

Be Forest

Captured Heart
Feb - 12 - 14
This song belongs in a car ride through a forest with friends. Making excellent use of instrumentation, “Captured Heart,” implements xylophone and flute throughout the song, complementing the drawn out vocals and guitar line with earthy melodic sounds. It's easy to get lost in the repeated bass ...

Mozes And The Firstborn

Peter Jr.
Feb - 11 - 14
This is garage rock. There is something incredibly appealing about a band containing four buddies whose soul purpose is to rock their respective hearts out, and Mozes and the Firstborn have that appeal on lock down. Mirrored guitar and bass parts, a charming lead singer, and clapping on 2 and 4, Moz ...

Cross My Heart Hope To Die

Wildside
Feb - 10 - 14
Despite being noticeably lacking in sax solos, “Wildside” by Cross My Heart Hope to Die is bursting with some dirty soul provided by lead singer Brevi of 50 Cent's “Be My Bitch” fame, and an organ heavy mix by DJ Muggs. The chorus weaves its way into your head after the first listen, and the ...

PRGRPHS

Tumultuous Rendezvous
Feb - 06 - 14
Today’s track of the day comes from local band PRGRPHS and from their new album You’re Ridiculous (I Love You). The track begins with a reserved intro that reminds me of toys marching. Midway through the song, the band transitions into a more energetic mood with some lively guitars and rhythm. ...

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