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4/24/2014

New York-based singer Melaena Cadiz’s rustic folk earworm, “Needles River,” was inspired by the realism in The Grapes Of Wrath and East Of Eden. But the video strikes a more surreal and ghostly tone.”

Watch now on NPR

4/24/2014

in Fragmented World, Jason has compiled a 10-song album of upbeat alt-pop songs which spotlights his full breadth of musical experiences and showcases his strong music-writing and lyrics.”

Read more on Chicago Now

4/23/2014

"Doug Gillard released his excellent new solo album, Parade On, earlier this month which features 11 examples of his expert popsmithery.”

Listen and read more on Brooklyn Vegan

4/23/2014
"There was an eight-year wait for rock n’ roll’s Jason Narducy. Luckily, fans of the multi-talented producer did not have to wait nearly so long for his next funky, fresh new album, Fragmented World.”
4/23/2014

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Once you have thought that you have Doug Gillard figured out, the next track undoubtedly will change your mind. Is he the indie rock star crooning about death? Or is he the bluesy guitarist wailing away? Perhaps, he is the neo-punk rebel railing against the status quo. Whoever Doug Gillard is, the man has produced a fine collection of eclectic rock.”

Read more on In Your Speakers

4/23/2014

27 year-old singer, insightful songwriter, and finger-picking guitar virtuoso Will Stratton is now feeling well and creating songs, but 2013 was a rough year for him. Stratton was diagnosed with Stage 3 testicular cancer and underwent difficult but successful chemotherapy treatment and surgery. Part of his recovery involved doing what he loves: making music.”
4/23/2014

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"Torres has performed a new song called “New Skin” for Philadelphia non-profit Weathervane Music's shaking through web series. (A different version will appear on the follow-up to her 2013 self-titled debut.) For the recording, she was backed by Sharon Van Etton, Adam Granduciel and Dave Hartley of The War on Drugs, and Chris Wilson of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists” 

4/22/2014

After an extended layoff Justin Trosper of the late, much-mourned noisy post-hardcore heroes Unwound has returned with an excellent infectious-if-still-decidedly-off-kilter outfit of musical subversion, Survival Knife.”

Read on at Decibel Magazine!