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Review: “Behind The Tea Chronicles” by Ed Motta

In the world of music, the return of Ed Motta is nothing short of a grand spectacle. After a five-year hiatus, the musical "Colossus of Rio" reclaims his throne with…

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Review: “Popsicle Toes” by the Buster Brown Band

Named after a cartoon character, the Buster Brown Band from Texas evolved in the 70s and early 80s from a classic blues rock band into one of Dallas' hottest blue-eyed…

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Between heat and heart – on their new album 79.5 celebrate New York club sound in all its facets

79.5 describe themselves as "the sound of New York City" - and they don't exaggerate, especially when it comes to the sound of dark R'n'B and disco clubs in Brooklyn,…

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The Everettes celebrate the classic Motown sound on their new album “Soul Steps”

With their second album "Soul Steps", the Berlin and San Diego based soul outfit The Everettes follow in the footsteps of their musical idols and catapult the classic sound of…

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Emm Gryner heads for the sunny shores of yacht rock with her new album ‘Business & Pleasure’

When a music professional like Canadian singer-songwriter Emm Gryner sets out to record a tribute to the L.A. sound of the late '70s and early '80s, she doesn't do things…

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West Coast Soul.de – Albums Of The Year 2022

The year is coming to an end and it was again a year of great new releases and discoveries. Of course, it was and is always impossible to limit a…

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The Zenmenn and John Moods combine West Coast AOR and Ambient on their new album “Hidden Gem”

For their second album "Hidden Gem", German band The Zenmenn teamed up with singer-songwriter John Moods to magnificently fuse sun-drenched, laid-back yacht rock harmonies with atmospheric ambient landscapes into a…

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Album Review: Lee Fields explores the depths of the human soul on his new album “Sentimental Fool”

It has taken over 20 years, now finally the legendary American soul singer Lee Fields has released his first album on the New York Daptone Records label. With the support…

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