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Julia King Shares her “Lovers Lament”

If her last name wasn’t enough of a clue, then Julia King’s new single “Lovers Lament” should clear up any confusion as to whether or not she’s the epitome of modern indie music royalty. “Lovers Lament” takes her stylish and versatile palate and gears it towards a wicked cocktail of Motown-inspired R&B and straight-up jazz
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Freightrain Is With Us ‘Outside Ourselves’

A reticent guitar part grinds up against a ruing organ, both of which seeming utterly beside themselves as a passive bit of percussion scrapes between the two. Striking away at a minor key melody, we start to fall in step with the swaying beat, getting lost in the transient disposition of the music and abandoning
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TONY MARINO Welcomes ‘Family and Friends’

Tony Marino is considered by many to be one of the finest Latin Jazz keyboardists working today. He has been recording and releasing his original Latin Jazz compositions since 1997 and has cultivated a worldwide fan base that can’t get enough of his writing and playing. Marino’s latest effort, Family and Friends, is an energetic
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