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Antonio Lopez’s ‘Going to the City’ is More Than Meets the Eye

Antonio Lopez’s new single, “Going to the City,” is autobiographical in one sense. The southern Colorado native migrated from his home to the more urbanized region of the state in pursuit of a music career.

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Daily Spinn: John Lensing’s ‘Talk To Me’ Reminds Us About Patience and Persistence

No Depression Artist to Watch John Lensing writes from a place of thoughtful, quiet confidence. Frequently touching on topics of mental health, Lensing’s songwriting creates a space where both he and his listeners can feel comfortable in their vulnerability.

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REVIEW: Sleepy Gaucho – Morning Light

There’s something about Sleepy Gaucho‘s latest album, Morning Light, that makes it the perfect companion for a long, lonely summer road trip. The Wisconsin native’s mellow vocals and matter-of-fact demeanor work to ease the mind, while his Panamerican folk influences intersect with a dreamy ambiance, giving the entire project a warm glow.

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Ralph’s Reviews: The Ever-Prolific Flagship Romance

Flagship Romance is an alternative folk duo currently based in Truth-or-Consequences, New Mexico. Originally from Jacksonville, FL, this husband and wife team has been making beautiful music together for quite some time, releasing their debut EP, “The Fudge Sessions,” in 2013. Since, they have since released another EP and two full-length albums. Their latest, “Tales from the Self-Help Section,” was released in August of 2017.

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