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Brandon Flowers: Glam Rock Superman

The guy who sang “Mr. Brightside,” Brandon Flowers, will be embarking on a tour in support of his debut solo album, Flamingo. Brandon will be wearing a suit with glitter provided by the vampires from Twilight a...
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Stereo Total: Electric Feel

Stereo Total is a French electronica pop duo that writes bizarre, weightless pop songs. With quirky wordplay and bizarre album titles such as Ouh, Baby!, it would be easy to mistake the group for a J pop band. ...
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Apocalyptica: Metal Mozarts

Symphonic metal band Apocalyptica have been standing out in the rock world for over a decade. Their hard rock songs, textured with cello and piano, make you feel like you’re at a classical music concert, if tha...

Bob Desper: New Sounds

Bob Desper is a folk singer/songwriter who released an album, New Sounds, thirty some odd years ago on a small Christian label. Recorded in one take, the themes of the album are faith, age, death and life; whic...

Callers: Life of Love

There are some albums that harken back to a specific era and sound instantly familiar despite being new. On Life of Love, Callers have created a set of songs that is reminiscent of the ‘60s soul sound. While it...

Roy Orbison: The Last Concert

Roy Orbison is a legend in pop music. He helped pave the way for rock n’ roll to reach the zenith of it’s popularity as well as showing pop music’s merit by writing music with complex arrangements. This alb...
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Shannon Whitworth: Americana Splendor

Americana/country chanteuse Shannon Whitworth has been making a name for herself with her smoky, sultry voice and distinct songwriting. Her new album, Water Bound, finds her really exploring her Americana and c...

The Redemption Center: Land Of Plenty

There are bands that have a timeless quality to their music, and there are bands that are clearly tethered to a certain generation. The Redemption Center is a band that strikes a balance between the two, being ...