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Willie & The Bandits Find Their Way

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Although he recorded a mere 29 songs, blues-man, Robert Johnson (who was born over a century ago) had a huge influence on guitarists through the history of rock and roll. Johnson’s legacy is one of the most studied of all country, blues and rock musicians; and he's been the subjec ...
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The Temperance Movement Play At L.A. Music Landmark..The Mint

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The Temperance Movement are currently opening for Deep Purple and Judas Priest in a huge North America tour. You wouldn’t know it by the ads for the concert, which makes no reference to them as special guests. That being said they nestled a auspicious club gig in Los Angeles at t ...
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The Temperance Movement….Rock ‘N’ Roll Disciples With “A Deeper Cut”

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The Temperance Movement  through  thoughtful music have once  again connected with the hearts and minds of the  their American  fan base. They find themselves at the crossroads, using a route unlike other rock bands. Not to commit blasphemy, but there is something positively me ...
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The Blankz…”White Baby”

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Phoenix upstart punk rock band, The Blankz could very well be the clown princes (and Princess) of punk.  Their debut track, “White Baby” is the true to life story of singer, Tommy  Blank who as a young baby was adopted by a Hispanic family. He's  gone  thro ...
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Pop Evil Roars With New Album

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Pop Evil are my favorite band, so writing this review is a labor of love! They’ve been around for over 10 years and I’ve been a fan since the beginning. Admittedly, I'm a "groupie". The new self-titled album is their fifth studio effort; recorded in Nashville and Los Angeles beh ...
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The Confessions of Mon Laferte

There's little known here in America regarding the Latina Diva.... Mon Laferte . Yet, her confessions are embedded within tormentous love songs. Each tune is like a mini "novella" unraveling with stories of amorous  distrust and deceit.Ms. Laferte was born in 1983 in the quiet village of  Viñ ...
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Poptone: Bringing Back The Glory Of Goth

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This is war! For years goth was an underground scene born from the ashes of punk as part of the whole ‘post punk’ era. The scenes’ greatest provocateur responsible for goth’s glory is Daniel Ash. His current project, Poptone includes former Bauhaus/Tones on Tail/ Love and Ro ...
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Chuck Berry And His Life Of Crime

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As one might guess from his aggressive guitar playing and the defiant tone of many of his songs, Chuck Berry had a hard edge. He was a self-proclaimed bad ass mother fucker! Although Berry complained bitterly that he spent his life as a victim of racism, it was difficult to blame all his offences ...
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Twin Temple Reclaims Goth

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It’s time to reclaim the name of goth, and make it great again. So let it be said that L.A. Goth band.. Twin Temple have made themselves the new "dark angels" for the movement. There’s a sense of sinister tribalism in their appearance and music that makes them so awesome. It’ ...
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Mondo Cozmo.. Shine and Devine Intervention

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Mondo Cozmo’s ( aka Joshua Ostrander) track, “Shine” is a song festooned with human subjectivity and a phenomenon for the inner soul. There aren’t many songs where divine intervention strikes; but in a world that is taken by language, technology, politics and mass media there can be wisdom ...
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