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Lia Rye – Fever Dreams

     If I had to guess, I’d say that Lia Rye is still searching for a magic formula for her all-genre music. Fever Dream (seen/heard here) is the title track from her new EP and it is fascinating! The EP itself doesn’t feel cohesive as far as musical sound is concerned, but the use of multi MIDI melodies that juxtapose against each other (such as those in Fever Dream) playing minor-key against major-key, provide for a unique sound and drama that kept Vodka listening to the end of…

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Fixtures – The Great Tequila Flood of 2000-2018

     If you are like me right now, you really need a positive up-tempo romp to boost your energy level. Enter Brooklyn band Fixtures and The Great Tequila Flood of 2000-2018 (seen/heard here), and start dancing! Flood is the second single from Fixtures’ just released six-song EP, Weak Automatic (December 4, 2020). Fixtures have been making music since at least 2015, honing their sound from the heartbeat of their city. Rock energy and pop chops, combine with punk influences to garner a sound that is both familiar and…

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Quiet Hounds – I Get Up

 On June 4th, 2012, Quiet Hounds released their second long-player, Megaphona, with this first single from the offering called I Get Up.  It’s a bouncy number with sunshine in the melody. Check out the whole thing, by visiting the bands bandcamp site or stopping by their web site. Short post? Yes, I know. Sometimes we just need to let the music speak for itself. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/) 

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