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We Found A Lovebird – Lobby

Vancouver pop rock outfit We Found A Lovebird deliver a full sonic spectrum on their latest record Lobby. The album retains much of the smooth and colourful finish found on 2013's Let's Start The War but hints of rusted rock give this release a bit of added muscle. The band's hallmark sound of the soft touch vocals of Larry Lechner and the melodic guitar work of Kerry MacPherson are again at the forefront b ...

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Improve Your Voice With “Voice Lessons to Go”

After teaching hundreds of vocal students in Los Angeles, Ariella Vaccarino started the "Voice Lessons To Go" brand. Vocal instruction is at your fingertips regardless of preferred genre and skill level, and at a fraction of the cost of private lessons. Regardless of your location or income, you can access these great lessons on CD. Each disc guides the listener through exercises, vocal examples and piano a ...

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Brad Paisley – Moonshine In The Trunk

4/5 The title ‘Moonshine in the Trunk,’ of the 11th studio album from Paisley, seems very fitting, before even pressing 'play'. Paisley knows a thing or two about having a good time, with a drink in hand, as previously proven with his hits "Alcohol" and "Whisky Lullaby". But, did the album live up to the hype? We think so. Paisley is cutting up “Limes” for margaritas and handing out cold cans of Bud Light i ...

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Jon & Roy – By My Side

4/5 The Vancouver natives, Jon & Ray, are at it again with their newest album By My Side, which will be released on May 27th. This album marks the fourth album for the band, and the band has garnered a Canadian following since they toured during the making of their third album in 2010. The band consists of original members Jon Middleton and Roy Vizer, along with multi-instrumentalist Dougal Bain Mclean ...

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Matt Webb – Right Direction

4/5 Musicians taking steps away from their bands is not uncommon, and Matt Webb has hit the nail on the head with his debute solo EP ‘Right Direction.' All of the songs are incredibly personal, and quite catchy to listeners. One of the songs, ‘Heartbreaker’, has a bit of a country sound to it that mixes in wonderfully with the pop the album will become known for. The lyrics are simple, but powerful. The lov ...

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Against Me! – Transgender Dysphoria Blues

5 /5 This month, rockers Against Me! have come out with their sixth album entitled Transgender Dysphoria Blues. This will also be the first album the band has released since lead singer formally known as, Tom Gable, announced the decision of making some changes in his life and becoming, Laura Jane Grace. By the title of the album and its lyrical content, I found that it may possibly be Grace’s way of dealin ...

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Dean Brody – Crop Circles

4/5 Canadian Country singer, Dean Brody, is at it again with his fourth studio album Crop Circles. Brody has won numerous awards, and his songs from previous albums are heard constantly on Canadian radios. The easy listening songs on Crop Circles makes the listener want to sing along, and even get up to dance. Sand in my soul is a bit of a different sound for the country singer, but fits him perfectly. Not ...

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Kaskade – Atmosphere

3/5 Following the release of many albums and singles under different projects over the past 18 years and his rise to fame with the revival of American house music, Ryan Raddon, better known as Kaskade, brings us his tenth solo full-length album, with a mixture of different sounds that sees him continuing his path along the big-room house route that shot him to the top—headlining some of the biggest electron ...

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Pet Shop Boys – Electric

3/5 Electric is the twelfth studio album of Pet Shop Boys and the first released by their own label. It could easily be named as homage on dance and euphoric dance rhythm. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe combine rhythmic melodies, breaks, synthie sounds with pop sounds to 9 electric and energetic dance songs. And even when there are elements that are typical for Pet Shop Boys, you can also find some unusual sou ...

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Madchild – Lawn Mower Man

3/5 Juno Award nominated artist, Madchild, has released his sophomore solo album “Lawn Mower Man”, and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. After being successful with the band Swollen Members, Madchild stepped away from the band to become a solo artist. After debuting third on Canadian Billboard Top 200 with his album “Dope Sick”, and he was also nominated at the Juno Awards for “Rap Recording of the Year.” Pa ...

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