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Tuesday
Feb232010

Medicine Ball - Bone Gunn

Medicine Ball - Bone Gunn

Bone Gunn: An eclectic, ethereal, and experimental folk with a very sharp edge.

Tuesday
Feb232010

Seventeen at Three in the Morning - Dudley Saunders

Seventeen at Three in the Morning - Dudley Saunders

Dudley Saunders: Really beautiful folk-pop songs about really disturbing people.

Tuesday
Feb232010

Addicted To You - David Homyk

Addicted To You - David Homyk

David Homyk: Pop/Rock/Soul singer-songwriter, pianist, guitarist, and record producer, who sounds like a blend of Jason Mraz and Maroon 5, has produced recordings for Beyonce, Solange and Kelly Rowland, among others.

Tuesday
Feb232010

River of Wine - Lee Abramson/Rumi Music

Rive of Wine - Lee Abramson/Rumi Music

Lee Abramson/Rumi Music: Mystical Love Poetry by Rumi, a 13th century poet, mystic, and philosopher, set to sophisticated downtempo music with female vocals.

Tuesday
Feb232010

The Rose Is Gone - Lee Abramson

The Rose Is Gone by Lee Abramson

Lee Abramson/Rumi Music: Mystical Love Poetry by Rumi, a 13th century poet, mystic, and philosopher, set to sophisticated downtempo music with female vocals.

Tuesday
Feb232010

Angels - Stephen Luke

Angels - Stephen Luke

Guitarist, singer, song writer, Stephen Luke crafts a unique blends of roots and rock music built on story telling for great music generated from of my soul. 

Tuesday
Feb232010

Powered By Love - Stephen Luke

Powered By Love - Stephen Luke

Guitarist, singer, song writer, Stephen Luke crafts a unique blends of roots and rock music built on story telling for great music generated from of my soul. 

Tuesday
Feb232010

Terio - Suave Cha-Cha-Cha

Terio - Suave Cha-Cha-Cha

Terio is a modern flashback of classical Cuban 50’s music lusciously mixed with sophisticated French Pop.

Tuesday
Feb232010

Indaco - Ludovico Einaudi

Indaco by Ludovico Einaudi

Einaudi blends evocative piano minimalism with almost impressionist touches of ambient electronica, strings, and percussion.  His new record, Nightbook, is as definitive a collection as you can expect from a music that is essentially indefinable but if you’re a fan of film, television, or even basketball, you’ve probably already heard his music.

 

Tuesday
Feb232010

Cowboy by Sarah June

Cowboy by Sarah June

 

Americana/freak folk with childlike vocals in the vein of Cranes & Joanna Newsom.

More info at www.silbermedia.com/sarahjune

Tuesday
Feb232010

Yellow Moon - 8 Ball Aitken

Yellow Moon by 8 Ball Aitken

8 Ball Aitken is authentic — a real-deal Outback character who rattles the roof, stomps the planks, and gets his audiences whooping and hollering along in a frenzy of pure exuberance.  He plays a sizzling hot blend of original Australian roots-rock, served up spiced with country and blues — roots music with balls.

Tuesday
Feb232010

Lavender Blues - Heather Edward

Lavender Blues by Heather Edwards

Heather Edwards is a musician and actress. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Heather currently lives in New York City. After graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee and dabbled in many facets of the music industry. Having reached a plateau in her career and needing to try her acting wings, she decided to move to New York City. Since moving north, Heather has been actively pursuing her music and acting career; performing with many types of bands - from funk and rock to jazz and country and playing a wide range of characters as an actor. Heather trained her whole life as a classical pianist and continues to perform in that genre as much as possible. 

Tuesday
Feb232010

I've Decided - Heather Edwards

I’ve Decided by Heather Edwards

 

Heather Edwards has been actively pursuing her music career, performing with many types of bands - from funk and rock to jazz and country.  Heather trained her whole life as a classical pianist and continues to perform in that genre as much as possible.  She started writing music at age eleven and continues to write and perform her own music as well as conduct, direct, and perform in musical theatre.

Monday
Feb222010

Glitter by Music Music Music Music

Thursday
Feb182010

It's My Time by Michael Behm

It’s My Time by Michael Behm

To call Michael Behm a music industry renaissance man is actually something of an understatement. As an artist, he’s equally comfortable working under the spotlight or behind the scenes or in a studio, while he has found significant success as an entrepreneur in many different facets of the music business.

Twelve years of touring through North America have established Behm as a compelling live performer. To a rapidly growing number of fans around the globe, he is best known as a singer/songwriter of real melodic and lyrical intelligence. His versatile take on pop-rock has been showcased on seven albums, including 2008’s acclaimed Saving America.

Thursday
Feb182010

Calling To You by Isaboe

Calling To You by Isaboe´╗┐

I started as a wee lass of 5 yrs learning paradiddles from Dad on his old 50’s drum kit. During school years, whilst musical friends were busy perfecting other people’s compositions, I was busy writing my own on guitar, saxophone, bass, and piano, but all the time thinking I would be the drummer in a band. Eventually I realized I should be performing my own songs, and it was just a natural progression from there that led to “Love Sun”.

Thursday
Feb182010

Ten Penny Orchestra - from the album "Gentle Edge"

Ten Penny Orchestra - Whirlaway

Claude Debussy, Charlie Watts, and Henry Mancini  broke into a Starbucks, ate all the chocolate covered coffee beans, and were taken to a recording studio in a music store with an 80-piece orchestra at the ready, dressed in tux and tails.

Full album, better sound quality at:  http://tenpennyorchestra.bandcamp.com

 

Wednesday
Feb172010

'What Else Are We To Do?' By Doyle & The Fourfathers

‘What Else Are We To Do?’ By Doyle & The Fourfathers

“As if Suede and Pulp collaborated on a Bacharach/David song but with a time machine into the present day” - Said by a fan.  Atmospheric and melodic, with a strong hookline. Doyle & The Fourfathers hope to take classic songcraft of bygone eras and fuse them with arrangements fit for the listenership of today.

More info here: www.myspace.com/doyleandthefourfathers

Monday
Feb152010

DDDDDDDDAn Brown in Town by The Pocket Gods

 DDDDDDDDAn Brown in Town by The Pocket Gods

Quirky indie pop from st albans’ band the pocket gods - they were originally discovered by John Peel

check: www.myspace.com/thepocketgods

Friday
Feb122010

September by Roches Point Automatic

September by Roches Point Automatic

A slow atmospheric song celebrating the inevitability and beauty of decay and death in the setting of the Autumnal Season.

Roches Point Automatic are a new band from Dublin, Ireland.