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  • Weatherboy – Weatherboy

    Rarely will you hear a debut with such sly, understated ambition. Weatherboy represents the creative union of two seemingly disparate musical sensibilities. Ragnar Rosinkranz, Icelandic...

  • Sam Green and the Time Machine – Which Way Left?

    Which Way Left? is a fourteen song release from Sam Green and the Time Machine, a marvelous musical experience hailing from Australia that is certain...

  • Dave Vargo – Burning Through

    (Burning Through), The title of Dave Vargo’s debut solo album can be read as a reference to undiminished desire. Despite a long musical career backing...

  • Phantom Phunk – Arboles Ossific

    Few albums released in 2016 show off diversity and sure-footed command of multiple musical styles like the debut from Tampa, Florida based quartet Phantom Phunk....

  • Angie and The Deserters – You

    The third  recording from Southern California based Angie and the Deserters, You, follows up magnificently on their latest release Blood Like Wine and manifests quite...

  • Stefanie Keys – Open Road

    The third full length album from Stefanie Keys, Open Road, is her most fully realized effort yet. Keys is not merely a remarkable singer; her...

  • Porcelain People – Streetlights

    Streetlights, the thirteen song debut from Louisiana based electro pop duo Porcelain People is one of 2016’s most vibrant releases. While many modern bands or...

  • The Retakes – Trash

    The second EP from Minneapolis four piece punk rockers The Retakes pays due deference to self-proclaimed influences like The Pixies, but they cast their musical...

  • Anomie Belle – Flux

    The release of Anomie Belle’s debut album Flux and its accompanying art book marks the emergence of a major new songwriting and performing talent. She...

  • Bob Lien – Color of Sky

    Singer/songwriter Bob Lien has bounced around a fair amount in his life, but the Minnesota native has learned much from his travels. The fifteen song...