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  • Adam Seyum, Author at Music Connection Magazine
    2016 by Adam Seyum From Nate Dogg to Akon to Ty Dolla ign Ty s the latest hip hop R B crooner to showcase his musical agility through a debut album dedicated to his incarcerated brother With firm Read More Album Review The Game The Documentary 2 9 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews January 14 2016 by Adam Seyum Game the most consistent West Coast rap artist releases a called for magnum opus Paradoxically this controversial emcee has personal relationships and features from heavyweights such as Kanye West Drake Snoop Read More Album Review Machine Gun Kelly General Admission 7 5 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews December 16 2015 by Adam Seyum Energetic and defiant is what best de scribes this sophomore release by Machine Gun Kelly Better than his debut General Admission swings for the fences and hits with World Series and Read More Album Review Scarface Deeply Rooted 9 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews November 17 2015 by Adam Seyum One of the most revered emcees in hip hop is the original King of the South Houston s own Scarface Face only constructs and releases records that are grounded and like the Read More Album Review Dr Dre Compton A Soundrack by Dr Dre 9 10 Album Reviews Latest Reviews October 13 2015 by Adam Seyum The Grand Finale has ultimately arrived Inspired by the N W A biopic Straight Outta Compton Dr Dre releases his third and concluding solo album with guest features from rap heavyweights and Read More DEATHGASM Premiere Photo Blog Show Reviews October 12 2015 by Adam Seyum Music Connection took a trip to the red carpet at Cinefamily Silent Movie Theater for the Los Angeles premiere of Deathgasm a metal horror comedy from Dark Sky Films The New Zealand Film

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  • Album Review: Mary Foster Conklin - "Photographs" (8/10)
    Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews April 15 2016 by Jonathan Widran Veteran jazz and cabaret song stylist Mary Foster Conklin further establishes her rep as a song hound extraordinaire She fuses the most transcendent qualities of both realms on a lush sultry and charmingly swinging set Flowing gracefully and wittily with a crew of East Coast jazz greats led by pianist John diMartino the singer tells her own story ballads for grownups about reality about now via colorful revamps of obscure plums from legends Joni Mitchell The Beatles Johnny Mandel while continuing her fascination with the elegant expressions of famed lyricist Beat Poet Fran Landesman Conklin s eclectic and soulful musical photographs showcase her extraordinary depth Score 8 out of 10 Mary Foster Conklin Photographs MockTurtle Music Producer Mary Foster Conklin and John diMartino Tags john dimartino mary foster conklin mockturtle music photographs Previous Story ASCAP EXPO 2016 Schedule Announced Next Story Juliet Piper New Music Artist Shares Inevitable 0 Shares Jonathan Widran Related articles Book Review Volume 1 Through the Lens of Music Photographer Rob Shanahan Book Review November 6 2013 Book Review JAM Book Review January 13 2014 Billy Idol Gets the Audience Dancing with Themselves Photo Blog Show Reviews February 20 2015 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie archive 4 22 16 Friday Freebie Archive April 29 2016 KONGOS and The

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  • Album Review: Parker Millsap - "The Very Last Day" (8/10)
    April 12 2016 by Eric Harabadian This is the latest release for singer songwriter Parker Millsap a follow up to his very well received 2014 self titled debut For this 20 something Oklahoman singing like there s no one listening has been a way of life since he was a kid This latest features Millsap drawing heavily from his gospel roots and blending that with a rustic folk and early rock roll swagger This is a nice slice of Americana that rings real and true with tuneful gems like the rhythmic Pining the fiddle infused Morning Blues and the tender Jealous Sun The production is live and personal as if Millsap and his band are playing right in your living room Score 8 out of 10 Parker Millsap The Very Last Day Thirty Tigers Producer Parker Millsap Gary Paczosa Tags gary paczosa parker millsap the very last day thirty tigers Previous Story Songwriter Profile Shelly Peiken Twenty Years Next Story Art Laboe Block Party Presented by 93 5 0 Shares Eric Harabadian Related articles Album Review Amy LaVere Runaway s Diary Album Reviews June 26 2014 Review Hey Marseilles Lines We Trace Album Reviews March 5 2013 Signing Story Caroline Rose Why She Signed With A Small Label Signing Stories October 13 2014 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie archive 4 22 16

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  • Album Review: XIXA - "Bloodline" (8/10) - Music Connection
    6 2016 by David Arnson Chicha is a style of electrified Peruvian folk music begun in the 60s that frequently had its lilting vocals and rhythms flavored with surf and psychedelic touches XIXA from Tucson are here to grow this style for the future and they do a terrific job in showing the listener how many ways the genre can be stretched There s even a foray into near metal see Pressures Of Mankind but mainly the songs touch upon bases like spaghetti westerns cumbia and the work of fellow bands Calexico and Giant Sand whose members they share The production is excellent throughout and fans of Los Lobos will appreciate the spectrum of XIXA s universe Well done Score 8 out of 10 XIXA Bloodline Barbes Records Producer Gabriel Sullivan Brian Lopez Tags barbes records bloodline brian lopez gabriel sullivan xixa Previous Story Pop Compilation Series Seeking Artists Uptempo Next Story Close Up Earthquaker Devices 0 Shares David Arnson Related articles DIY Spotlight Valley Shine Business Affairs Feature Articles Magazine August 3 2015 Music Marketing Agency Mgmt Company Label Seeks Interns More Industry News Opportunities January 13 2015 All Time Low Come Back To The Future Hearts Tour Photo Blog Show Reviews October 28 2015 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie archive 4 22 16 Friday Freebie Archive April 29 2016 KONGOS

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  • David Arnson, Author at Music Connection Magazine
    Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews February 19 2016 by David Arnson Veteran Senegalese Afro pop musician composer busts out with nine new tracks of his unique vision Each selection is a gem of slightly different style from slick to primal and his arrangements Read More Album Review John Cale M FANS 9 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews January 22 2016 by David Arnson John Cale has always been compelling beginning with The Velvet Underground almost 50 years ago His latest work M FANS has him reworking a very singular piece originally titled Music For Read More Album Review Tortoise The Catastrophist 8 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews January 4 2016 by David Arnson Legendary instro combo Tortoise helped carve out the genre sometimes referred to as post rock in the 90s music that embraced and recalled minimalism and the influence of many avant garde composers Their first release in Read More Album Review Glenn Mercer Incidental Hum 8 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews December 7 2015 by David Arnson Post punk cult band The Feelies were known to throw hip and canny covers into their sets from The Velvets to The Beatles and Stones Here Feelie Glenn Mercer pays tribute Read More Album Review Joanna Newsom Divers 8 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews November 27 2015 by David Arnson Newsom belongs to a line of idiosyncratic visionary female artists stretching from Joni Mitchell to Kate Bush through Björk and beyond Her song structures are not always something you d walk Read More Album Review Drifting Sand Summer Splash 6 10 Album Reviews Magazine Reviews August 5 2015 by David Arnson Recreating the spirit of the early 60s surf sun fun pop era rides a fine line between parody and sincerity The cartoony Spongebob delivery and goofy attitude

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  • Album Review: The Summer Set - "Stories for Monday" (8/10)
    Victoria Patneaude How to categorize The Summer Set Well the lead single Figure My Out off the band s fourth studio release Stories for Monday puts it this way a bit too pop for the punk kids and a bit too punk for the pop kids The band harnesses that tweener formula to create an album that sounds like someone picking himself up off the ground after being laid low by life Stories for Monday isn t a perfect release by any means but that doesn t stop the album from attaining its ultimate goal to inspire Every song here sounds big with blatant 70s and 80s pop emotion but there is never really a slow moment to allow listeners to catch their breath Score 8 out of 10 The Summer Set Stories for Monday Fearless Records Producer John and Stephen Gomez Tags Stories for Monday The Summer Set Previous Story Live Review Love and a 38 at Next Story Perform on Harcourt s Web Series 0 Shares Victoria Patneaude Related articles New Music from The Summer Set Photo Blog Show Reviews April 1 2016 Artist Profile V² Hard Rockin Twins on a Fast Track Feature Articles Magazine January 21 2015 The Come Back Kings Come to TV Film TV News More Industry News July 27 2015 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie

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  • Album Review: Polyphia's Renaissance
    Magazine Reviews March 30 2016 by Andy Mesecher Polyphia Album Review If you ve ever muttered all instrumental metal sounds the same don t bother wasting your time or Polyphia s But if you enjoy math and or prog metal allow me to introduce you to this group of melodic misfits Renaissance showcases what makes Polyphia s album unique their ability to shred when they want while carrying extremely catchy melodies throughout as displayed on the album s first single Euphoria Amour adds an eclectic breath for listeners while Storm seems named after its powerful drum presence A must listen for metal fans seeking a fresh approach Score 9 out of 10 Read More Music Connection Takes Over Winter NAMM 2016 with Polyphia Polyphia Album Review Renaissance Equal Vision Records Producer Nick Sampson Tim Henson Scott LePage Tags equal vision records Polyphia Renaissance Previous Story Bandzoogle Boosts Artist Music Sites Next Story Moogfest Unveils Daytime Events Workshops More 0 Shares Andy Mesecher Related articles Amour Attrition Album Places on Nine Billboard Charts More Industry News June 18 2014 Album Review A Lot Like Birds No Place Album Reviews January 21 2014 Signing Story Waterparks Latest Magazine Music News Signing Stories February 18 2016 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie archive 4 22 16 Friday Freebie Archive April 29 2016 KONGOS and The Strumbellas

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  • Andy Mesecher, Author at Music Connection Magazine
    Show Reviews Reviews March 23 2016 by Andy Mesecher What a time to be alive Over the last five to 10 years a trend has emerged wherein composers now perform original motion picture scores for a live audience As Read More Album Review Silver Snakes Saboteur 6 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews February 24 2016 by Andy Mesecher Silver Snakes have returned to the post hardcore scene with a different sonic approach trading in melodic riffs for sludgy chugs Clearly influenced by Nine Inch Nails many of the album s tracks Read More BØRNS Makes a Splash in San Francisco Photo Blog Show Reviews Reviews December 9 2015 by Andy Mesecher It was just a few months ago this live reviewer saw Garrett Borns BØRNS perform as the opener to Charlie XcX BLEACHERS In those few months the artist has Read More City and Colour Brings Canadian Blues to the Fox Theater MC Photo Blog Photo Blog Show Reviews Reviews November 18 2015 by Andy Mesecher To truly appreciate City and Colour s recent performance at the Fox in Oakland CA one must know the story behind the group The band first hit the emo scene in Read More Signing Story Twitching Tongues Latest Magazine Music News Signing Stories November 17 2015 by Andy Mesecher Hardcore metal group Twitching Tongues has treated each label signing as a stepping stone while giving back to the hardcore scene Co creators of the group brothers Colin and Taylor Young are Read More Album Review City and Colour If I Should Go Before You 9 10 Album Reviews Latest Magazine Reviews November 3 2015 by Andy Mesecher Dallas Green Nashville one happy hipster With their fifth full length City and Colour take fans on a journey down yet another fresh musical highway following

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