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Norine Braun Lulls You Into a Trance with Latest

It’s always nice to listen to a song that’s inspired by someone or something special to the singer. With the track I’m about to introduce to you now, there’s a bit more of an homage paid than I would have ever expected, or had the honor to review. Norine Braun is an artist from Vancouver […]

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Xenia Rubinos Hones Craft on “Black Terry Cat”

It’s very rare to find an artist that can stitch together music genres effortlessly. Xenia Rubinos is one of those select artists. On her newly released album Black Terry Cat, the Cuban/Puerto Rican songstress blends elements of R&B, hip hop, rock, and jazz seamlessly and seemingly without effort. What emerges is a beautiful series of […]

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Sasha’s Bloc – Bringing Back The Roaring 20’s Jazz Sound

As much as musical styles will advance with new technologies and innovation, there will always be something pure about the classic genres.  The instruments that were the basis of all music can still be just as beautiful when they are stripped back down to their roots.  We recently came across Sasha’s Bloc who brings back […]

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Nich Mueller – Taking A Trip With Jazz

There will always be something about a musician who has mastered the piano that will draw me in.  Many of us took our lessons when we were young but then soon drifted off into a different instrument, or in my case I went to keyboards and explored the psychedelic sounds I could make by pressing […]

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Russell Morgan Transcends Genre in Complex LP

What do jazz, blues, soul, and folk have in common? The answer is simple: Russell Morgan. Hailing from England, the singer-songwriter’s latest album, Begin Simple, is a simple medley of all of these genres, and then some. While the phrase “simple medley” may sound a bit odd, there really isn’t any other way to describe […]

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Peter Slocombe – Talented Musician Showing His Integrity

The first key to becoming a successful musician with a long term career is to take the time to be a true talent with your instrument.  In today’s world of studio technology tricks this blatant fact has often become overlooked.  Our discovery Peter Slocombe holds true to becoming a true musician and it shows.   […]