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Tom Rhodes – Who You Were

In his new album, “Who You Were,” Tom Rhodes writes with blood, sweat, tears, grit, and beauty. It’s a heartfelt, soulful collection of songs, full of attitude, warmth, and beautiful arrangements featuring award-winning musicians and harmonies from some of the best-loved singers in the Bay. Tom’s songwriting is powerful and in peak form on this … Continue reading »

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Moody Little Sister – Wild Places

“Someone introduced me to the dark side of the world, where there was only one place to belong…Something deep within me knew I never could, so I had to be strong, be strong.” Some albums are crafted tenderly with perfection in mind, and all personality lost. Some albums are all soul and no craft. But, sometimes, an … Continue reading »

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Musical Charis – Love>Money

Music Charis is a bright, rhythmic pop group originally from the Sacramento area made up, among others, of Blake Abbey, Jessie Abbey, and Bradley Abbey. Their latest release “Love>Money” is a friendly one, full of musical hooks, gorgeous soundscapes, and beautiful harmonies from Blake and Jessica. Unlike a lot of pop music, Musical Charis doesn’t try to distance themselves … Continue reading »

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Scott Mickelson – Flickering

  “We’re still tragic and alive… That’s how this one goes.” Beautiful, heartbreaking, triumphant, intense – a panoramic of the human condition – Mickelson’s debut album pulls out all the stops and demands to be heard. By the time the last note echoes into the distance, life is shown to be clearer and, in the … Continue reading »

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Genna and Jesse – Wild Enough to Try

    With Genna and Jesse’s new, raw release “Wild Enough to Try,” the duo’s harmonies are tighter than ever, their lyrics are playful and honest. Genna and Jesse travel practically non-stop playing their music around the world, and the journey shows itself well in this collection of songs. Even more impressive, this album was … Continue reading »

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David Luning – Just Drop on By

If the world is ending for prolific singer/songwriter David Luning, it’s ending with a good-natured, two-steppin’ dance that everyone can tap their feet along to. His new album ‘Just Drop On By’ is a fusion of thoughtful, melodic folk and pulse-quickening Americana that is instantly accessible, smile-inducing, and very, very charming. The instrument work is … Continue reading »

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Danny Malone – Balloons

  Well, holy cow. What an album. Danny Malone is one of the best musical movements to ever come out of Austin, Texas, and a lot of good things have come out of Austin, Texas. His new album ‘Balloons’ solidifies him as an expert in sincere, powerful songwriting that never sacrifices its poetic finesse. It’s … Continue reading »

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Adrian Bourgeois – Pop/Art

  This is an album that took a long time to review. Like the album cover, full of galaxies and nebulae, Adrian Bourgeois’s new album, Pop/Art, is a big concept. Really big. In the 24 songs, Adrian’s laid it all on the line. And in the end, after the last note echoes into the distance, … Continue reading »

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Genna & Jesse – Give and Take

Genna & Jesse’s debut album “Give and Take” is a clever, sweet collection of well-crafted, well-produced stories. Each song is a little piece of wisdom that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but always has a little universal message to it. Passionate vocals, catchy hooks and rhythms, and an overall sense of irresistible charm make this … Continue reading »

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Denison Witmer – Denison Witmer

“Having a label meant that we could get pretty much any CD that we wanted for free. Denison was the one guy that, when we went to his shows, we would always buy his CD.” –Matt Theissen, lead singer for Relient K and president Mono Vs. Stereo There’s something special about Denison’s music. Maybe it’s … Continue reading »

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