Monk Turner – God Complex

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Concept album creator Monk Turner releases his 26th album “God Complex”. The album features songs delivered from the viewpoint of 12 of the major gods from Greek mythology.

His music has received national and international attention. In 2013, WFMU and the Free Music Archive held a competition to create a copyright-free version of the “Happy Birthday to You”. Turner’s composition with musician Fascinoma “It’s Your Birthday!” won the contest and has now over half a million downloads.

For God Complex, Turner enlisted a cadre of vocalists who presented themselves as Greek gods singing contemporary, autobiographical tunes. The album was written and recorded over the course of a year, and documented via his YouTube channel.

Each video gives background information on the god, then dives into the creation process that includes preliminary demo feedback.

A versatile greek concept album.

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The Dada & The Weatherman – Rocking Out

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Dada was born in the 88th year of the twentieth century under the oddly common name of Jonathan. Dada sounds definitely better and is art as well that turns 100 in 2016. Dada has been living his youth in and around Paris. He found his passion for rock’n’roll and music when he was 16 years old after the discovery of his father’s old records.

Influenced by Led Zeppelin, the Beatles and the Stones Dada discovers different music genres like folk with Bob Dylan or Neil Young.

Rock it, but who’s the Weatherman?

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Tarra Layne – Cherry Moonshine

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Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Tarra Layne attributes her sound to the city’s rich history – founded on blue-collar values and fueled by the urban influence of Chicago and New York City.

Tarra Layne combines her soulful voice with straight southern rock’n’roll. Her lead song has earned her a Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Female Vocal.

The heart is out of control.

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Heifervescent – Colder Than The Edge of Space

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Heifervescent is Andy Doran, he describes himself as “never ending, ongoing, infinite, perpetual, music project”. He started back in the 90s as a singer and guitarist in the alternative rock band Monkeyland, followed by the band Cannula and finally for the solo project Heifervescent, from which there are currently four albums.

Colder Than The Edge of Space has notable lyrics:

Born into slavery but where is your mind. Walking free, yeah it can break the manacle. Can’t you see, you were designed for life. I cast my faith into the sun. There’s got to be some warmth in everyone. But these disease ridden reprobates are colder than the edge of space. Lines of faith keep you together. But I live in a world of doubt and it sets me free. Free to doubt and make my own assumptions. Free to flout endemic theory.

Deep thought rock.

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The Womb – Sex Club

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The Womb are a band formed in 1998 by the English musician Alan Driscoll, currently based in Melbourne, Australia. The line-up and musical style of The Womb constantly changes.

Sex Club was written and performed by Alan Driscoll with Penny Walker-Keefe. She has this wonderful and ear petting voice that makes you blush.

Have sex all night long.

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