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Phillip Broussard is On His Own ‘Wavelength’

No artist wears their identity on their sleeve more than acoustic singer/songwriters. For rock bands, a singer is able to hide behind the giant, crushing riffs from the guitarist, while guitarists tuck themselves neatly away behind the drums. Rappers come close to the same level of exposure as the folkies, but they’re able to use
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Scott Lloyd is ‘Looking Out to Sea’

Since the release of his debut EP Long Live You in 2013, Scott Lloyd has developed a reputation for his storytelling quality within his music. Legends such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Simon and Garfunkel, and Bruce Springsteen have inspired his work.   He has self-released five more EPs since his debut. Of them all,
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Lauria is not “Losing Me” with new single

You can tell when an artist is comfortable working in a studio. Raw talent is never born in the booth, and it’s not the easiest transition for artists to make. Once you start recording, you’re officially a part of the industry, and that’s an intimidating notion for anyone trying to make it in this business.
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Jeremy Parsons is Ready To Burn This House Down

Texas has always been a place where we can count on finding excellent treasures in the pop music lexicon; whether it be from the brooding country cowboys who soundtrack the great American plains or the contemplative folk singers of the abstract Austin scene, and the countless garages where rock n’ roll and even the heaviest
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