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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Tomás Doncker 2015 Church is Burning Down

Tomás Doncker is back with a truly explosive socially conscious single "Church is Burning Down" – a track that provides a glimpse into the bitter realities of modern race relations in America. This is just the first part in Doncker's greatest artistic statement to date, his forthcoming album "The Mess We Made."

It all started on The day of the Charleston Massacre. Given the fact that the recent "Road to Charleston" was emotionally taxing enough for me (aka:Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Ferguson, Eric Garner, Baltimore - not to mention some of the less publicized events around the country and the world), the heinous events which occurred on June 17, 2015 pushed me over the edge. I was overwhelmed with rage, hatred, confusion and disillusionment. I had no place to put these feelings. I had no idea how to process them. So, in a selfish attempt to maintain my own sanity I did the only thing I could do -- write about it. By Sunday, June 21, I had written 4 new songs . Within ten days I had recorded the 8 songs that would become "The Mess We Made".

Yes, it does feel like I've only put a band-aid on this bullet wound, a sonic salve to temporarily ease the sting. Maybe one day the bleeding will stop...Maybe...One day... (Tomás Doncker, NYC, 2015)

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

BraveHeart 2015 Dedicated To My Heart

The management of BraveHeart asked me to share the brand new album with my visitors which was officially released yesterday. At the moment you can download every single track for free from their soundcloud page, most of them even in wav-format! Be quick because I do not know how long this option will work.

This guys played since 1992 and yesterday was the release date of the new album Dedicated To My Heart.


Michael Bahr - Vocals & Bass
Marcos Camillo - Guitar
Silvio Filho - Drums


Southern Heavy Rock

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Jessi Teich - Real Jazz That’s Fresh and New

Just a quick note to let you know that 10-time international songwriting award-winner JESSI TEICH (pronounced TEACH) hit a major milestone this week in her hometown of Philadelphia when “Sunday Morning,” from the New Jersey native’s stylish new Paris-recorded album, TWISTED SOUL (Madame Freak), landed at No. 1 this week (April 20) on tastemaker jazz station WRTI-FM’s (90.1) listener-voted “Jazz Hot 11 Countdown.”

“I’m really glad that someone’s doing something that’s real jazz, that’s fresh and new,” says WRTI program director Maureen Malloy. “It’s things like these that are going to get young people interested in the jazz genre.”

And that wasn’t the only good news for Jessi this week. She also has started getting airplay in Philly on Triple A tastemaker WXPN-FM (88.5), and last weekend played to a near capacity audience in her headlining debut at the Sellersville Theater, in the Philly suburbs – in a matinee performance!

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Monday, April 6, 2015

Dirk Hamilton 1978 Meet Me At The Crux

Genre: Rock
Rate: 160 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:55:54
Size: 63,93 MB

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Great lyrics - Jackson Browne with equal parts Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and early Springsteen. Rocking sound - think early Van Morrision crossed with John Prine and John Hiatt. I love all of these artists, but they still don't adequately describe Dirk's music.

They're only reference points for you - this is a wild ride thru some unique territory, from the opener "Mouth Full Of Suck" (about the vampire-like people we all know and hate), through the bite of "Tell-A-Vision Time" ("You don't really wanna talk, ya just want friendly monkey noise") and the insanity of the battle tune that is "How Do You Fight Fire" to the bliss of self-awareness in "Every Inch A Moon".

Check out the lyrics on Dirk's website But this album can only be properly experienced in its entirety, over time, as it grabs you with constantly unfolding new delights. Long unavailable on cd - grab it if you like Van or Bruce or great lyrics or ... pleasant surprises. You say there's no good music anymore? Hey, it all comes down to you! (Brickbats)


01 - Mouth Full Of Suck 04:46

02 - Billboard On The Moon 04:50

03 - All In All 03:27

04 - Welcome To Toyland 03:18

05 - Tell A Vision Time 04:12

06 - Heroes Of The Night 03:20

07 - Meet Me At The Crux 05:19

08 - Do You Fight Fire 06:34

09 - Every Inch A Moon 05:52

10 - The Condo Rows 03:05

11 - Don't Laugh At Me Louse 06:13

12 - Santa Cruz Mountain Monologue 04:58

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Blues Wire 1988 Who's Calling

Genre: Blues
Rate: 224 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:34:47
Size: 55,70 MB


Blues Wire started their career in 1983 as Blues Gang and quickly established themselves as one of the best European blues bands. Bluesmen visiting Greece in the 80's-90's would often enlist them as their backing band because of their deep knowledge of the blues. They've backed Louisiana Red, Katie Webster, John Hammond, Carey and Lurrie Bell, Angela Brown and many others. Having seen many famous blues artists live, I can honestly say The Blues Wire were up there with the best of them.

This album was their first under the "Blues Wire" moniker. The production is way ahead of all other albums of the Greek Alternative scene of the time and thankfully free of 80's trappings that now make you wince when you listen to old "electric blues" albums of that era. The sound is definitively electric but not overtly rock. The playing is excellent throughout and sound is reminiscent of 50's-60's Chicago blues. Orchestration features two guitars (lead and rhythm or slide), bass, drums and the occasional keyboard and harmonica. Highlights include classics "Who's Been Talking" and "Diving Duck" and Zaikos originals "Fat Meets Bones" (instrumental) and "Blues Junkie" (with female lead vocals). (kostas_ef)


01 - Mustang Sally 04:50

02 - Blues Junkie 02:24

03 - Who's Been Talking 04:05

04 - Divin' Duck 05:42

05 - Fat Meets Bones 04:05

06 - Crying For My Baby 03:55

07 - Bye Bye Baby 04:31

08 - Because Of You 05:15

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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Roxy Perry 2008 In My Sweet Time

Genre: Blues
Rate: 197 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:51:16
Size: 70,82 MB

United States

American music at it's best. Blues with a tasty array of Jump, Swing, Country, Rockabilly, Jazz, Funk, Latin, R&B, Delta and Rock. (cdbaby)


01 - Bed Of Blues 05:07

02 - Easy For You 04:35

03 - Roadmaster 04:21

04 - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 04:09

05 - Blues Comes To Call 05:08

06 - Goodbye Honey 04:44

07 - Don't You Worry 05:06

08 - That Night In Memphis 03:48

09 - You Cried For Me 03:24

10 - Let Me Have My Rest 02:46

11 - In My Sweet Time 05:14

12 - Not Bad Enough 02:54

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