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 << The Raw Men Empire (A Rare Mix)

I don’t know about you, but I like to discover music, rather than to be swept along with the tide of the mainstream, so the aim of this page is to introduce you to up-and-coming or forgotten artists and to extract some of the meaning from their lyrics.  Click on the links below (in alphabetical order) to read the reviews. Hopefully, you’ll discover something new.

Absynthe Minded (Pop, Rock) – There’s nothing new under the sun… but what about beyond it?

Alexi Murdoch (Acoustic, Alternative Rock, Indie) – Light in the Darkness, It’s Only Fear, Dream About Flying

Bob Dylan (Blues, Country, Folk Rock) – Forever Young, Why is Bob Dylan still popular today?

Crosby and Nash (Folk) – Songs for Beginners

Dry the River (Alternative Rock) – Dry Your Eyes and Dry the River – You Need Not Fear

Fyfe Dangerfield (Indie, Rock) – Any Direction

Gungor (Liturgical Post-Rock) – Gungor: An IntroductionIn the beginning…, Ghosts Upon the Earth, Crags and Clay, Fall

Jake Smith (Blues, Jazz, Pop, Rap, Rock, Soul) – Blacksmith of Groove-Hooves

James Vincent McMorrow (Folk Pop) – Spring

John Fischer – Still Life

Kings of Convenience (Folk, Pop) – Declaration of Dependence, Too good to save it for later, Misread

Liam Bailey (Blues, Reggae) – Peace of Mind

Matt Costa (Folk, Pop, Rock) – Downfall

Michael Kiwanuka (Soul, R&B) – Always Waiting, Rest(re-post)This guy is sound

Mona (Alternative Rock) – The Art of Love

Mumford & Sons (Folk Rock) – Sigh No More

OK Go (Rock) – Rejoicing Comes in the Morning, Pass it on

Quiet Company (Rock) – Quiet Company and a Clean Page

Robbie Seay Band (Christian Rock/Worship) – Coffee and Daffodils

The Raw Men Empire (Acoustic, Anti-Folk) – A Misleading Melancholy

Simon and Garfunkel (Folk Rock) – SparrowThe Simon and Garfunkel Collection

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