September 2012
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“Ruin” by Liz Wood

Connecticut born singer-songwriter, Liz Wood, showcases honest and fresh songwriting on her newest EP Into My Own. The album is due out October 16, 2012. With influences that span genres and decades, she finds familiarity in the songwriting styles of Bob Dylan, Jacob Dylan and the performance styles of greats such as Janis Joplin […]

“Do I Make It Look Easy” by Sara Jackson-Holman

Portland, Oregon-based pianist/singer-songwriter, Sara Jackson-Holman, has released her sophomore full-length album, Cardiology, on Expunged Records.

Cardiology expresses a very personal journey – centered around themes of love and loss and Jackson-Holman’s experiences with each. Some songs, like “Do I Make It Look Easy” and “For Albert” are about realizing and accepting that you can’t change people. […]

“Desert Run” by Willie Ames

From sunny San Diego, Willie Ames is a guitarist/banjoist/singer/songwriter performing acoustic folk/rock music. At the age of 18, Willie became deeply inspired by the music of Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac. Willie has written, and continues to write, his own original material that has listeners comparing his […]

“Spin Me Ever After” by Side FX

Indie dance/pop band Side FX is picking up momentum and cranking out hit after hit. The boundary-defying group is back for the fourth time to give fans a new album. Released on September first, Spin Me Ever After is available for purchase on the band’s website and iTunes.

Side FX with lead singer, […]

“Full Moon Rising” by Neil Halstead

British guitarist and singer, Neil Halstead, released an album today on Brushfire Records titled Palindrome Hunches. The song “Full Moon Rising” is the first single. Neil is an old soul and his newest solo record is exactly who he is – welcoming, warm, clever and kind. He likes mellow music, after all. […]