Music review: Walk the Moon

ASTRONOMICAL:  The band, Walk the Moon have just ended their summer tour, The Gospel with the band, Panic At the Disco.   sourced form yuppee.com

ASTRONOMICAL: Walk the Moon just ended their summer tour, The Gospel, which they opened for headlining band, Panic At the Disco.
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Walk the Moon is popularly known for their song Anna Sun, named after one of lead vocalist Nicholas Petricca’s college professors.  Their indie-rock music has an enchanting rarity. It is doubtful that any other band could recreate the Walk the Moon experience, it is simply astronomical.  The band came together in 2010 and released an independent album, “I want! I want!” and in 2012 released their self-titled album.

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10 best songs from 10 years ago

TIGHT TRIO:  Destiny's Child perform.  Sourced from yuppee.com

TIGHT TRIO: Destiny’s Child perform. Sourced from yuppee.com

What songs were you listening to 10 years ago?  Did you know what indie is?  And did you watch Total Request Live countdowns?

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Music Review: The Lighthouse and the Whaler

The Lighthouse and the Whaler includes Ryan Walker, Michael LoPresti, Matthew LoPresti. Sourced from yuppee.com

CALL ME ISHMAEL: The Lighthouse and the Whaler includes Ryan Walker, Michael LoPresti, previously Aaron Smith, Matthew LoPresti and Mark Poro.
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The Lighthouse and the Whaler is a band from Cleveland, Ohio.  They have released two albums and are trying to find a record label to release their new album.  This indie-pop-folk group is comprised of four guys who love Christ, music and are fond of  Moby Dick apparently.

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Music Review: Sam Smith

MR SMITH:  SAm Smith's debut album, In the Lonely Hour was released on May 26, 2014. Sourced from yuppee.com

MR SMITH: Sam Smith’s debut album, In the Lonely Hour was released on May 26, 2014. Sourced from yuppee.com

Sam Smith drew inspiration for his debut album, In the Lonely Hour, when he decided to “be a voice for lonely people”.  This 22 year old has a maturity to his voice which gives his music an old-school tone but keeps things fresh with his optimism.  His singles like Nirvana and Latch have gained popularity amongst listeners.

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Music Review: Vance Joy

JOYFUL NOISE:  James Keogh started his career by performing at open mic nights in Melbourne.   Sourced from yuppee.com

JOYFUL NOISE: James Keogh started his career by performing at open mic nights in Melbourne. Sourced from yuppee.com

James Keogh is a singer songwriter from Australia, commonly known by his stage name Vance Joy.   He is best known for his single, Riptide and describes his music as folk with pop influences.

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Music Review: Magic! – Rude

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CANADIAN REGGAE: The team of four is led by singer songwriter Nasri Atweh.  Sourced from yuppee.com

Four guys from Toronto, come together to tell stories through reggae music make for something magical.    Vocalist and songwriter Nasri Atweh, guitarist Mark Pelli, drummer Alex Tanas and bassist Ben Spivak were signed by Sony Music International and recorded the debut single, Rude last year.  Ever since, the single has received significant airplay and positive responses from a growing number of fans, all over the world.

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Music Review: James Vincent McMorrow- Post Tropical

POST TROPICAL:  James Vincent McMorrow's second album builds on the success of his first, Early In The Morning.  Sourced from yuppee.com

POST TROPICAL: James Vincent McMorrow’s second album builds on the success of his first, Early In The Morning. Sourced from yuppee.com

James Vincent McMorrow’s new album, Post Tropical marks his growth as a musician.  Packed with 10 emotive songs that have McMorrow’s distinct touch.

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