Something Strange, Something Beautiful: Shades of Living by Dee McIlroy
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Something Strange, Something Beautiful: Shades of Living by Dee McIlroy

  Singer-songwriter and guitar builder Dermot “Dee” McIlroy has created an ambient album that’s both relaxing and strange. I say strange because if you’ve watched many Chris Carter TV series like the X-Files and Millenium-and even Nic Pizzolatto’s True Detective, Shades of Living evokes those moods. It opens with a suspenseful Where it Takes You. And … Continue reading

The Beloved Sacred Art and Music Festival has announced its 2017 music lineup
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The Beloved Sacred Art and Music Festival has announced its 2017 music lineup

I am always pleased when I receive invites or anything related to music in my mailbox. I got one from Ben Michaels, publicist for www.rockpaperscissors.biz The Beloved Sacred Art and Music Festival has announced its 2017 music lineup, and some of the world’s most talented female musicians will share the stage in equal time with their male … Continue reading

Brianna Gaither and the lasting resonance of ‘Vanity.’
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Brianna Gaither and the lasting resonance of ‘Vanity.’

  Tracklisting: 1. Be Brave 03:48 2.I Won’t Rest Until 04:10 3.I Can’t Make It Grow 03:24 4.Wings of Wax 03:52 5.Sweetheart 02:55 6.Our Side 04:07 7.Seven Days After Hello 04:46 8.Psalm 57 04:55 9.Let Yourself Be Led 04:41 10.Vanity 03:17 Category: christian pop indie pop In 2011, singer-songwriter Brianna Gaither released her debut album … Continue reading

Shiny Silvery Things by Cormac O Caoimh:A rich and rewarding brew
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Shiny Silvery Things by Cormac O Caoimh:A rich and rewarding brew

This fascinating singer -songwriter and classically trained guitarist from Cork continues to enchant listeners with his third album. Any Cormac O Caoimh (his last name is pronounced as O Queeve) song signifies chill time. His tunes remind me of summer because of its exuberance and easiness. And that vocal smoothness is my cappuccino. This Irish … Continue reading