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Articles By: Ralph Greco

ivoryHAUS: ivoryHAUS

ivoryHAUS: ivoryHAUS

ivoryHAUS from Philadelphia, PA has says of his new 8-song collection, that he made: “chill/downtempo music…largely inspired by things that mellow me out: hiking, stargazing, and the ocean.”

Synthonic: Sunshine

Synthonic: Sunshine

London/UK downtempo electrofunk artist Synthonic gives forth a smashing bright brew on their new EP Sunshine. On these five composer/musician and producer Kieron Garrett mines his talents with those of mixing and mastering master George Shilling delivering some the sly, burpy, grooving super cool modern jazz.

Tana Lea discusses Social Media, Making Adult Films and her Love of Cuddles

Tana Lea discusses Social Media, Making Adult Films and her Love of Cuddles

Fiery redhead Texas native Tana Lea is an adult star who knows her way round shooting scenes for a wide variety if producers-ArchAngel, Devil’s Film and XBLaze to name a few-as well consistently updating her long reaching social media presence she works hard to maintain. Just releasing her very own “Kidnap Me,” and “Hire Me,” movies, and upping the ante on the vlogging she does on her Youtube channel, Tana is one busy lady.

The Guess Who: The Future IS What It Used To Be

The Guess Who: The Future IS What It Used To Be

Rejuvinated with original member/drummer Garry Peterson, singer D#, Will E. playing guitar and harp, Leonard Shaw playing keys, flute and sax, and famous heavy rock bassist Rudy Sarzo, The Guess Who, responsible for hits like “American Woman,” “No Time,” “These Eyes,” returns with their new album, The Future IS What It Used To Be.

Randal Branham: Simple

Randal Branham: Simple

The running away piano and snappy drums of “Simple To Extreme” grabbed me immediately into Randal Branham’s Simple world. The guy’s cool lower register vocal and obvious ivory-tickling prowess set up a nicely jazzy opener here; the rest of the 13 tunes are just as interesting.

Bruce Springsteen: Roxy Theater West Hollywood July 7, 1978

Bruce Springsteen: Roxy Theater West Hollywood July 7, 1978

Often bootlegged, certainly talked about, and revered by those who were lucky enough to see it, Broadway’s newest star has released the official version of his legendary Roxy July 7th show, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, The Roxy July 7, 1978.

My Autumn Amor: Letter To Brie

My Autumn Amor: Letter To Brie

Basically what we have here is the solo vehicle for Californian singer-songwriter Thomas Monroe. And one certainly gets his singular voice loud in clear on the poppy rock tunes of My Autumn Amor’s, Letter To Brie.

Monique Angele: Alive

Monique Angele: Alive

Monique Angele is an emerging Canadian singer-songwriter based in Australia. Alive certainly presents some very lively compositions showing off her talents.

Strange Culprits: Strange Culprits

Strange Culprits: Strange Culprits

With Samantha Buckingham’s bass laying a low flumping’ opening to the simple, slightly relentless opener “Moonlight,” we get a pretty desolate feel from the lyric with Jason Buckingham’s limited but very soulful voice. The second tune, “When You’re Away,” presenting even more of a popping beat from drummer Tony Loftin, works even better for me; again Jason B. a’searching and a‘yearnin’ in his lyric.

THE SEX FILES: Coming (and I do mean ‘coming’) to a city near you?

THE SEX FILES: Coming (and I do mean ‘coming’) to a city near you?

My thoughts on legalizing prostitution in this country are pretty clear…do so, I say; tax it, make sure the woman are consisently medically checked, keep things aboveboard and safe. But if sex doll brothels do come ‘down’ to us here, you can bet the above concenrs will be foremost on the minds of folks who think having sex with dolls is perfectly fine and legal and those who do not.

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