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David Hinckley – David Hinckley

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David Hinckley’s instrumental self-titled November release tastefully calls one’s senses to the sights and sounds of the 60’s with laid-back jazz, blues, surf and country elements co-existing to form a nostalgic experience.  From the Merle Travis-like country bounce of Parker’s Pit to the Johnny Smith-esque intro of Cool Ranch, it is clear that Hinckley and his […]

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Nate Leavitt & The Elevation – Someone Send A Signal

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Nate Leavitt & The Elevation’s April release, Someone Send A Signal captures intimate songwriting matched with tasteful playing from his seasoned band. Nate’s storytelling delivery evokes stylings heard from Neil Young and Ryan Adams, but with his own personal spin added, creating a blend of familiar and fresh sounds. This album was produced by ‘Old […]

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Superlow – Going Out Heavy

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MusicToday explains “Superlow is a hard rock trio that channels teenage angst into a fiery sound that’s all grown up. Their music evokes the youth experience of smoking after school, working dead-end jobs and getting attention from pretty girls. Ed Thill’s (vocals, guitar) gravelly voice sings of late nights, lust, rejection and redemption. Mark Thill […]

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