“Overload” by Chris Luciani

“Overload” by Chris Luciani

I’ve always thought of an EP as being like an appetizer that precedes the entrée, which in this comparison would be a full length album. It’s a first course meant to tide you over while you wait for the second course to be prepared and served. In many ways it may be thought of as a moveable feast in the musician’s discography. In other words, what an artist releases on their first EP stays with…

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Indian Summer Comes Early With “Looking Back” by Melodic Intersect

Indian Summer Comes Early With “Looking Back” by Melodic Intersect

Usually one has to wait until autumn in the Northern Hemisphere for an Indian summer but with this new release from Melodic Intersect you won’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. “Looking Back” (Aimrec Records-a Baltimore based label within the Canton community area) contains a series of eight songs that have little to do with the weather (although their songs like “Desert Trek” or “Mirage” may have been inspired perhaps by…

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BC Bops To Tony Sour’s “Sour Patch Bounce”

BC Bops To Tony Sour’s “Sour Patch Bounce”

Vancouver DJ Tony Sour is no newcomer on the dance music scene. For quite some time he has been tagged as being the future of the Canadian music world. He’s amassed accolades over the years in the Great White North for not only his turntable skills but for his role as record company CEO (Blue Label Records) and for his talent as a producer and writer. Sour Patch Bounce is the first single from an…

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The Sky Family “Celtic Revival!” Shows Up At The Right Place The Right Time

The Sky Family “Celtic Revival!” Shows Up At The Right Place The Right Time

Some may call it the luck of the Irish while others may say it’s just serendipity, but receiving “Celtic Revival!” by the Sky Family a few weeks before St. Patrick’s Day was akin to the luck of the leprechauns. What other holiday allows everyone to be Irish for a day? I don’t know of another one. Like the legendary pot of gold at the end of the proverbial rainbow “Celtic Revival!” is indeed a treasure…

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