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CD Review – Big Sexy and the Scrambled Eggs – Road Less Traveled

CD Review – Big Sexy and the Scrambled Eggs – Road Less Traveled

The Syracuse based band, Big Sexy and the Scrambled Eggs, released their debut album this summer. Road Less Traveled was recorded at More Sound Studios and the sound and productio ...

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CD Review – Chaz Hearne and the Dazzlers – Intelligence Is Rising

CD Review – Chaz Hearne and the Dazzlers – Intelligence Is Rising

Chaz Hearne and the Dazzlers are an up and coming Rochester folk band that is set to release their new album. The new album titled Intelligence Is Rising, is a mix of beautifully ...

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Sterling Stage Folkfest Begins the 2017 Season This Weekend!

Sterling Stage Folkfest Begins the 2017 Season This Weekend!

Sterling Stage begins their 23rd year of celebrating music and arts this weekend, May 25-28, with their biggest Folkfest yet. This year's Folkfest will feature Sterling favorites ...

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CD Review – Formula 5 – All Points North

CD Review – Formula 5 – All Points North

All Points North, the third studio album from Upstate's Formula 5, is a beautiful listen. The band are masters of melody. Though they change from theme to theme often, every seper ...

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CD Review – Twiddle – PLUMP Chapter 2

CD Review – Twiddle – PLUMP Chapter 2

My ten year old daughter walked into the room as I was listening to "Milk", a song off Twiddle's new album, PLUMP Chapter 2, due out April 28th. She quickly asked "What is that? T ...

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CD Review – Boogie Low

CD Review – Boogie Low

Boogie Low's self-titled debut album is a very engaging affair. It is a hard album to define. My initial impulse was to label this as a straight up reggae album, but upon further ...

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CD Review – Space Carnival – Drawn In By the Sun

CD Review – Space Carnival – Drawn In By the Sun

Space Carnival just may be one of the most aptly named bands in music history.  The electronic funk psychedelia of their music could certainly serve as a soundtrack to such an eve ...

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CD Review – Cherub – Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence

CD Review – Cherub – Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence

Cherub's new album, Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence, is everything one would come to expect from the synth pop mavens. Eleven tracks of pure pop bliss that span everything from nu dis ...

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CD Review – Marco Benevento – The Woodstock Sessions

CD Review – Marco Benevento – The Woodstock Sessions

Marco Benevento is quite the enigma.  Who is he?  Does he dress more like Dr. John or Dr. Teeth from The Muppet Show?  Does he sound more like Elton John on acid or more like a mo ...

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CD Review –  Barroom Philosophers

CD Review – Barroom Philosophers

In trying to analyze the Barroom Philosophers’ self titled, debut full length album, I realized all of the obvious. First and foremost, the sound of the album is top notch. I mean ...

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