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- Ryan Adams:Ryan Adams
- Lee Brice:I Don’t Dance
- Jeezy:Seen It All: The Autobiography
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- Soundtrack:Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1
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Jason Lightner September 26th, 2014 | Album Review
Out of Cleveland, Ohio, comes The Modern Electric, a cinematic pop quartet aiming to shake up the current pop landscape with their infectious and powerfully driven pop anthems. Comprised of Garrett Komyati on vocals, piano, and guitar; Matthew Childers on bass and drums; Michael O'Brien on drums; and Holden Laurence on guitar, this group draws on a wide variety of influences and inspirations in an effort to craft timeless and spellbinding music.
"Equally influenced by Spoon, The Killers and ELO as they are Annie Hall and The Graduate, their music plays out like a soundtrack to a coming-of-age
Ronald A. Rowe September 25th, 2014 | Artist Review
5J Barrow is a folk-rock band from New York City. Lead vocalists Eryn Murman and Jason Hite bring with them a strong background in musical theater that shines through in a distinctly different genre. Hite also plays guitar while Eric Namaky contributes on the keyboard. Violinist Michael Hunter, drummer Ian Hunt, and bassist Hayden Frank round out the sextet that is 5J Barrow.
5J Barrow manages the difficult task of balancing between the folk and rock influences. More than just balancing them, the band fuses the two seemingly contradictory styles into a sound that is decidedly folk but carries the