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Album at a glance: Ian Fisher – Idle Hands

Ian Fisher builds his new album “Idle Hands” on a foundation of piano balladry. He strays from this structure occasionally but Fisher crooning with the black and white keys is the backbone here. On “Tables Turned” he shows his strong … Continue reading

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Album at a glance: Timmy Milner – Fall Risk

Timmy Milner’s deeply personal journal that is “Fall Risk” is at its best when he shoots straight down the middle. The best example is the simple yet elegant “Feeling Human” that sounds like a a David Bowie tune with its … Continue reading

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VOT Cover Story: Ashley Raines

Rock stars don’t exist anymore. A musician is a person who works around the clock wearing many hats and must be a businessman, publicist and accountant on top of playing music. There aren’t giant record label deals in the future … Continue reading

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250 Word Album Review – Jesse Denaro – Dear, Love

Jesse Denaro’s Dear, Love starts out as a strong guitar rock album that plays like a 90s alternative rock record with thick coats of guitar and smooth pop vocals. The opening track “Someone Save My Life” nails this as it … Continue reading

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