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WildHorse – RaeLynn

Voices like Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler and Scotty McCreery have made quite the career for themselves beyond the stages of Nashville Star and American Idol. Many singing competitions have been the catalyst for stardom and while RaeLynn initially got her start as a part of Blake Sheltons team on The Voice, she has… Read more »

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Steel Town – Steve Moakler

Steve Moakler has made quite a name for himself as a songwriter, but now he’s also paving the way as an artist. The Pittsburgh native has three albums under his belt, making this year’s Steel Town, his fourth, however he has said this record feels like his first. It is very personal through and through… Read more »

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In Loving Memory of When I Gave a Shit – LOLO

The world may have gotten their first taste of Lolo when she lent her pipes to Panic! At The Disco’s explosive track, “Miss Jackson,” but it wasn’t her first rodeo. The singer/songwriter made a name for herself playing a part in the Broadway hit, Spring Awakening, and she even released an album under her real… Read more »

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Girl Problems – Chris Lane

The recipe for a hit country song seemed pretty fool proof and well-tested, that is until Chris Lane came along. The singer has given his own twist to the genre–take a bit of effortless falsetto, country backbone and a touch of R&B style and you get his new record Girl Problems. Lane’s debut full-length, lovingly… Read more »

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Stories For Monday – The Summer Set

Nostalgia is marketable, as every band that released an album in 2005 learned last year as they embarked on 10-year anniversary tours. But on Stories For Monday, The Summer Set’s fourth album, Brian Dales, the band’s primary lyricist, digs up the past for new material in a way that feels organic, necessary and most importantly… Read more »

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This Is Acting – Sia

Sia Furler has been a powerhouse in the game for years, both with co-writing and with her own music. When she wasn’t lending her pipes as a feature artist or writing for some of the biggest pop acts around, she was solidifying her place as her own solo entity — most notably with 2014’s monster… Read more »

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Future Hearts – All Time Low

All Time Low’s sixth studio album Future Hearts is shaping up to be their best release yet. Even if you’re partial to So Wrong It’s Right and the earlier days of ATL, this album is impossible not to love. It’s been a few years since Don’t Panic, and in that time All Time Low has… Read more »

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Chaos And The Calm – James Bay

2009 and 2010 were really big years for artists who swung towards the rock/country/soul route like Gavin DeGraw and John Mayer. Generally formulaic, but undeniably infectious, the love ballads brought to us by the most angelic voices once dominated everyone’s music library. We seem to be lacking that nowadays. When we aren’t inundated with synthesized… Read more »