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Bonita Payton

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Join us tonight on the Sniper Squad DJ's Conference Call with Tyrese's new artist Leon Timbo & Ericka Henderson @ 9pm est/ 6pm pst ..712-432-3066 code 889783
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Penn Johnson

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home recorded version of Fleetwood Mac's Landslide with some folk harp on there. trying to keep up with social media and build a following to make this musician thing happen for real. planning a tour through the east coast down to Florida in the Fall. recommendations on house concerts and venues welcome. keep telling your stories. share with the folks you love<3
this song's always meant a lot to me. Stevie Nicks sure knows how to write a meaningful hit. Added a harmonica intro and solo because why not? "This is for you Betty..."
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Devien Myers

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REVIEW: Dandy Warhols - Distortland
Here it is: album number 10 from the Dandys. Almost two decades after they tripped their way out of Portland with the dancing-heroine-needle-David-LaChappelle-directed classic “Not if You Were the Last Junky on Earth” and the semi-staged feud between them and the Brian Jonestown Massacre, featured on the documentary Dig—they’re still running strong.  

Their latest offering Distortland doesn’t have the drive power-pop feel of ...The Dandy Warhols Come Down or the sass of the synth-fueled Welcome to the Monkey House, but the Dandys don’t seem interested in recreating those moments.  Without losing their signature sound, they’ve ventured even further away from their flirtation with pop and deeper into a trippy world of expansive and hypnotic atmospheres.

It all begins with “Search Party” and the all-too-familiar Dandy’s bounce on the distorted keyboard bass.  However, “Semper Fidelis” quickly changes it up with an unusually metalesque guitar and an almost gothy vibe.  Changing directions again, “Pope Reverend Jim” pushes towards the bouncy and erratic feel of Sparks.  However it’s “Catcher In The Rye” that harkens back to more classic Dandy Warhols with singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor’s signature deep vocals riding atop a rubberband bassline.  

“STYGGO” drops a disco beat, bouncy guitar and bass and slathers some do do doos on top of it all.  This proves to be one of the catchiest songs on the record.  “You Are Killing Me” locks into the same groove and adds some sweet guitar chugging to boot.

Bringing the glorious gloom,  “Give” brushes away the blue skies away while “Doves” paints the soundscape of a vast ocean or cloud-streaked sky.

“All The Girls In London” shows that the Dandys are still in touch with the 70s glam while “The Grow Up Song” ends the record just like just like Welcome to the Monkey House began: crunchy guitars and snotty lyrics.

After more than two decades recording together, of course the Dandys are going to be different.  Distortland shows that the band still has an edge and isn’t afraid to put out a record that’s on their terms.

Read the review & listen to the full album at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2016/04-April/015-Dandy-Warhols-Distortland-Review.html
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Gwen Tual

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Voici notre nouveau groupe : Septimo Mundi!
Pour tous le amoureux des musiques du monde et de tous les temps!
Il y a deux extraits du nouveau répertoire dans le bandpage!

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Taarique Debidin

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Tory Vix

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Just let the music speak for us. For anyone who know what that means.
Don't forget to thumbs up, please!
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Nadin Meypo

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Hey Guys, Here's my cover of ADELE.. I LOVE ADELE !!!!!!!!!!
I really hope you enjoy it ! Subscribe and "thumbs me up" if you like it!!! 
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I wish you all a nice week!!!!!!
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Tim Langford

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Mick Rainsford, “Blues in Britain” Blood Moon Review!
Too Slim And the Taildraggers – Blood Moon
Underworld Records UND0025

If you like your blues rocket-fuelled – slide driven – and with that pulsing backbeat that’s guaranteed to get head banging and your feet bopping – then look no further than Too Slim and the Taildraggers, whose latest outing will fulfil all of your musical needs with “oomph” to spare.

Timothy Lee Langford AKA Too Slim is accompanied on his mission by Robert Kearns (bass) and Jeff “Shakey”Fowlkes (drums) as they tear into ‘Evil Mind’ with it’s screaming guitar and thudding back beat. The title track and ‘Twisted Rails’ are Cream infused grinders replete with moaned vocals – ‘Get Your Goin’ Out On’ retains that Cream feel but adds Robert Plant inflected vocals – whilst ‘Gypsy’ develops a brooding Voodoo infused atmosphere.

‘My Body’ generates images of Clapton on guitar backing Iggy Pop on vocals – ‘Letter’ is a frantic head-banger whilst ‘Good Guys Win’ opens with a Surfaris styled ‘Wipe-Out’ intro before careering into a Texas roadhouse stomper.

Too Slim takes no prisoners – you know exactly what to expect and that’s exactly what you get.

Mick Rainsford

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Nicolas Gallardo

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A new song, well a cover I'm still learning to produce and give a propper sound also I used a Yamha Erg 121C tuned In B, and dropped it in A so, that's why guitars sound so heavy, hope you enjoy :)
https://soundcloud.com/nicolas-gallardo-640059663/dirty-woman-pain-cover
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Dirty Woman (PAIN COVER) by Nicolas Gallardo
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Edm High

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Trevor Drose

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This I promise you--Cover by Trevor: https://youtu.be/HKQQE4ehjIQ
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Gwen Tual

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Voici notre nouveau groupe : Septimo Mundi!
Pour tous le amoureux des musiques du monde et de tous les temps!
Il y a deux extraits du nouveau répertoire dans le bandpage!

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REVIEW: Weaves - “Candy”

The emotion is on “Candy” is frantic and erratic, only calming down enough to make room for frontwoman Jasmyn Burke's trance-like vocals. It’s a song you cannot ignore, whether you find it invigorating or intimidating.

Read the full review & listen to the song at: http://www.thespacelab.tv/Music-Reviews/2016/04-April/014-Weaves-Candy-Review.html
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Sammi Morelli

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Would love to hear your thoughts on my new song, "24/7"! Here's a live version of it :D https://youtu.be/8H3vcEKBpYU
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Tracy Vignati

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The truth when France meets America.  See the real story. 
Join us and be part of our journey bringing this new album, "Roots 'n' Roll" to the world! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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Tim Langford

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I hope you will give the new Release "Blood Moon " by Too Slim and the Taildraggers a listen. If your a fan of Blues Rock and Artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Johnny Winter , ZZ Top or Joe Bonamassa you may like Too Slim and the Taildraggers!
Amazon Smartlink- www.smarturl.it/BloodMoonAmazon
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