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Miller and the Hunks’ ‘Time and Place:’ The Embodiment of American Rock

Nashville-based rockers Miller and the Hunks perfectly embody the American rock sound. I would recommend them to fans of The Killers and Kings of Leon.

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LISTEN: Holly Clausius Releases Infectious ‘Sunflower’ EP

Last week, I took a virtual trip to Toronto, ON to attend the listening party for Holly Clausius’ newest EP, Sunflower. Many of her collaborators were present –including Kyle Gamble, Olivia Guselle, Alex Purcell, and a number of fans (myself included) — to hear an EP packed with brilliantly-told stories.

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‘That Early Love’: An Infectious, Dreamy Pop Single From Natalie Schlabs

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Nashville-based songstress Natalie Schlabs has dropped “That Early Love,” the latest infectious and dreamy pop single in anticipation for her album, Don’t Look Too Close, set for release October 16.

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Pozzi’s Debut Album ‘Tyrant’ Is An Alt-Rock Masterpiece

After carefully piecing together two years worth of material, LA-based songwriter Pozzi has released his debut album. In his own words, Tyrant serves as “a social commentary on key issues facing our world today including oppression, political strife, society, and more.”

Track-By-Track Analysis!

Don’t Sleep on Dutch Duo, Gravity Circus; ‘Shuteye’ Out Now

The only time I would advise against tuning into Gravity Circus would be when you don’t want to have great songs stuck in your head all day.

With that warning aside, “Shuteye” is the brooding middle child of the Dutch duo’s 2020 releases.

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