Marching Onto the Scene With Madness

Bad ass energy mixed with notes of care free, nostalgic 90s vibes make up the debut EP from Jenny March titled Madness. Inspired by her own madness, March takes listeners on a journey through her experiences and how she came to be the unapologetic, confident young artist she is today.  The six track EP leads
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Sin For Saints Sings “Sad Songs”

A new generation of punks are intent on redefining what emo and alternative rock can mean and consist of in 2021. Among those I’ve personally had the chance to review in the last couple of months, Sin for Saints are definitely among the more intriguing bands in this movement worth taking a second look at.
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The Dead Daisies Are “Chosen And Justified”

The Dead Daisies are really hitting their stride this spring, and it doesn’t take much more than a single look at their new video for “Chosen and Justified” to understand what I’m talking about. If you haven’t already been keeping up with this supergroup, you’ve been missing a lot of searing tonal action out of
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Justin Ross Is Coming ‘Right Back Up’

Justin Ross has delivered many great songs which highlight his songwriting talents. Of them all, “Three Steps Behind”, “Faithful to the Bottle”, and “Echoes of the Angels” stand out the most. However, over the last few years, he has evolved his country-rock sound by adding some soul, blues and much more into his work.  As
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“Here Comes The Light” With Greg Hoy

The last couple of studio cuts from Greg Hoy to be released as singles have felt like stepping stones luring us away from the synthetic sounds of contemporary rock towards something a bit more retro. There’s been a hint of psychedelia here, a bit of garage rock there, but all of it stylized as to
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