Music That Matters: Cameron Blake

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Music That Matters: Cameron Blake From Grand Rapids, Michigan comes Cameron Blake, an introspective songwriter who balances personal experiences and poetry to mix the singer/songwriter within.   Bouncing from folk, rock, songwriter and other genres, Cameron Blake has created a sound that is truly pleasant to the ears. His latest…

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Gilmore & Roberts – Conflict Tourism – Review

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Gilmore & Roberts are an eclectic duo from South Yorkshire. Their ability to change from acoustics, fiddle, mandolin, and various percussion instruments along with bass set that statement that this isn’t your average musical duo. In this review, we are exploring the 4th album from award winning Gilmore & Roberts…

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Red Molly – The Red Album – [CC Review]

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Natural balance on Contrast Control wouldn’t be present if we didn’t eventually jump into the realm of country music. This genre of music was created in Atlanta, GA in the early 1920s. Since then, this music has taken the world over and become one of the biggest genres next to…

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The Gothard Sisters – Adventure Awaits [Contrast Control Exclusive]

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The Gothard Sisters are a dynamic all-female Irish music and dance group from the Pacific Northwest, USA. From sad folk songs to upbeat dance numbers these girls show that celtic music is alive! Big thanks to Grant Hoernke who emailed me and showed me the wonderful music these girls are making. As stated…

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Moulettes – Constellations Album Review

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  Ever wondered what Electronic-Dubstep-80s pop-Classical-Folk-Rock-Experimental-Orchestral-20s ballroom songs would sound like? Well…here are the Moulettes! Moulettes consist of: Hannah Miller – Lead vocals, cello, guitar Oliver Austin – Drums, guitar, glockenspiel, percussion, vocals Ruth Skipper –Co-lead vocals, bassoon, autoharp Jim Mortimore – Double bass, Guitar, vocals Eliza Jaye – Electric…

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