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Adam Marsland Goes West

Listening or creating music can easily be labeled as a hobby, as it most commonly is. But for many musicians, its incorporation into one’s lifestyle makes it much more than that. When LA-based songwriter Adam Marsland com...
 
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Salem – Astronaut (2009)

It is nice to see a talented artist receive recognition, even if it is in one of the dullest forms of advertising. Car commercials are possibly the most repetitive line of advertisements on television, with it being difficult t...

 
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Julian Velard Is The Planeteer

Anti-normative behavior is expected from most successful artists. There is little reason for them to pay much attention to the Top 40, since worthwhile artists do not derive their material from popular opinion. It may seem like...
 
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Soul Music’s Genius Sculptor: Thom Bell

Usually above this text, there is a picture of an artist or band posing ceremoniously for a photographer with the intent of public distribution. You will be hard-pressed to find any photos like this of Thom Bell. A photo of him...

 
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No. They Are Not Named After the Elton John Song.

In the world of music, a musician’s originative location is often irrelevant. As long as you can play an instrument or write songs, that is all that matters. Though the past has seen discriminatory causes where an artist ...
 
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Gerald Collier Shares Unreleased Covers, Demos, and B-Sides

I suppose that you could say that Gerald Collier is aware of what most men want. On the cover of his newest release, How Can There Be Another Day?, is a photo of a young woman who is in the complete nude, sensually lounged back...

 
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David Vandervelde and The Moonstation House Band

It is impossible for most artists to avoid comparisons to their past influences. After all, complete innovation is not something to be taken lightly. So, if one compared David Vandervelde to Marc Bolan, Scott Walker, and John L...