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    Meet Me At The River by Reptile House


    Upbeat

    Surprisingly, this quirky and playful song comes from a Glasgow trio called Reptile House. In lyrical terms, “Meet Me At The River” echoes the established sentiments of country music yet is presented in a way that takes you all the way back to the sunshine days of folk rock.

    Review date: May 25, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/Reptile-House-156006424438948

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    International Waters by Zozo


    Guitar pop

    “International Waters” is an example of the kind of edgy guitar pop that seems prevalent in the big city these days with Zozo adding enough in the way of theatrical touches to make the song stand out in a manic, all the way back to the eighties, kind of way.

    Review date: May 25, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/zozoband

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    Gaps in the Border Fence by Esper Scout


    Big rock

    Plaintive yet pleasing lo-fi rock from Esper Scout with “Gaps in the Border Fence” stepping steadily up the scale as the song progresses thus providing the kind of big finish that such a song should have. Big guitars, big future.

    Review date: May 25, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/EsperScout

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    Real by Grace Joyner


    Uptown

    “Real” is the kind of intelligent song of the heart that you would expect of someone like Grace Joyner. City girls might often write this kind of coffee shop song but few do it as well and that’s a fact.

    Review date: May 22, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/gracejoynermusic

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    Polished by Prince Innocence


    Shadows

    A Canadian synth pop duo, Prince Innocence play the game of numbers with their downbeat and wistful song “Polished”. Repression, oppression, depression – it’s all squeezed into those sequenced beats.

    Review date: May 21, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/princeinnocenceband

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    Baboo by Pixx


    Classy

    Pixx adds passion to the cold electronic world where her musical demons reside with “Baboo” having more than enough poetry and pop sensibility to make the song uplifting. Over too soon, as they say.

    Review date: May 21, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/pixxmusic

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    One Sixty by The Silence Kit


    Reverential

    “One Sixty” is enough of a song to make you feel all sentimental about the sunshine days of punk American style with The Silence Kit having enough reverence to make the song seem more than a mere pop punk pastiche.

    Review date: May 21, 2016
    Website: www.facebook.com/the.silence.kit

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    If You Stay by Vogue Dots


    Laidback

    “If You Stay” stays locked to the click track for a song of this type yet Canadian synth poppers Vogue Dot squeeze enough laconicism and spiritual indifference between those beats to make even their black clouds appealing.

    Review date: May 21, 2016
    Website: www.voguedots.com

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