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December 9, 2016

That Mag Review’s Guytano’s “I Am Inside My Body”

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The four part alt rock band hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota released their debut full-length album today. Online publication, That Mag, took special interest in the up and coming bands release, rating it “bad-ass”.

“If you want to try something completely different, listen to “Blue Skies.” Everything about this song just says artistry. It starts out with killer guitar riffs and catchy synths, but then changes tempo. In fact, this song changes tempo a lot, but it’s still a very cohesive song. It’s a little bit Two Door Cinema Club, a little bit Keane, and 100 percent Guytano. It has some really sick guitar grooves, some tropical and reggae-inspired elements, and arrangement is unique and unexpected.”

Click here for the full review.

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October 3, 2016

“That Special, Timeless Quality That All Great Songs Have” – Joe Tell’s Music Blog on Jess Chizuk

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Indie/folk songstress Jess Chizuk‘s long-awaited debut album Lehigh Valley Line has been released to rave reviews, not least from Buffalo-based Joe Tell’s Music Blog who says Jess’ voice “has a mature quality that defies her young age” and that she is “sure to go far in the music industry.” Enjoy the full review right here!

Listen to Lehigh Valley Line: Spotify | iTunes | Amazon

Follow Jess Chizuk: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Official Website

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September 19, 2016

Never Enough Notes Calls Jess Chizuk’s “Lehigh Valley Line” A “Very Special” Experience

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Jess Chizuk‘s Lehigh Valley Line has officially been released and it’s getting some very high praise! In a new review of the album from Never Enough Notes, writer Laura Giles called it a “very special” listening experience and said it “feels like a live album with added intimacy.”

Check out the full review here and grab your digital copy of Lehigh Valley Line here.

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May 11, 2016

Stitched Sound Reviews New Album From Almost Famous Friends

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“[Tristan] Wilson’s melodic voice offers a comforting tone with deeply personal lyrics…Drawing influences from such bands as Brand New and The Story So Far, the band comes off as a strong candidate for a future Warped Tour act.”

Check out Stitched Sound‘s new review of Almost Famous Friends upcoming album I’m Not Who I Want To Be, coming May 20th, HERE!

October 15, 2015

Music Existence Reviews Leave The Former’s ‘Nonsense’

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Music journalist Rachel Freitas dives deep into Leave The Former’s meaningful ‘Nonsense’ EP on Music Existence, complementing her story telling and strength.

“Channeling a bit of Delores O’Riordan from The Cranberries, Castañeda manages to come off as both strong and broken which one could say is the theme of the entire album.”

Check out the review for yourself here.

June 4, 2015

Golden Age Review Listens To Luke Maxim’s Upcoming Album

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We’re still a few months away from up & coming vocalist Luke Maxim’s album ‘Stay’ but the reviews are already coming in! Golden Age Review gave their honest opinion about the album which you can read HERE.

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June 2, 2015

The Sound Of Summer Reviews Jeff Michaels’ Townie Paradise Album

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Jeff Michaels’ Paradise Townie might be out June 23rd but it looks like The Sound of Summer got their hands on a copy of the album early! Check out their review HERE.

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