Saturday, March 13, 2010

"Transformation of the Ancestors" by Cheri Lynn Kittel (Spoken Word Artist from Arizona(AZ))

Cheri Lynn Kittel's latest release is "Transformation of the Ancestors" and is primarily a motivational spoken word album but also consists of Shamanic drumming that is designed to accompany and supplement the story. "Transformation of the Ancestors" is the story of enlightenment as told by Kittel and is thought provoking with her spoken words of intention, prayer, journey, and manifestation from the ways of the Shamanic. It also contains examples of Shamanic singing. "Shamanic Drum - For Journey Work" is a relaxing recording of Shamanic drumming intended to guide you along on your own spiritual journey. This is an album that would be perfect for those interested in learning from the stories and music of the Shamanic culture or maybe enhance their spiritual beings. If that sounds like something that would capture your attention, then take a listen to Cheri Lynn Kittel's "Transformation of the Ancestors."

-Sean B. and the Reviewer Team
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"Invazion" by Fourth Dimension (Reggae Artist from Florida(FL))

Fourth Dimension's latest album, "Invazion" is a compilation of vibrant and upbeat Reggae music that has a very modern and refreshing sound. "Dis Ya Music" is an upbeat number with an undulating rhythm, brass highlights, great harmonies, and lyrics that celebrates music itself. "When The Pressure Drop" is a song with more of a contemplative beat over which the vocals charms the listener with uplifting lyrics. "Frequency" is more of a funky Caribbean song with an active beat that entices one to get up and dance along. Overall, this is a highly animated and spirited Reggae album that takes on many social issues while at the same time brings forth a positive celebration of life. Fans of artists such as Bob Marley or Steel Pulse will really enjoy the well crafted tunes of "Invazion" by Fourth Dimension.

-Sean B. and the Reviewer Team
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Saturday, February 27, 2010

"Feed and Weep" by Manawi Thorn (Rock Artist from New York City, New York(NY))

"Feed and Weep," the latest CD by the artistic group Manawi Thorn, is overflowing with dark and menacing songs of Metal/Punk Rock attitude. This group really knows how to tear it up with changing meters and hypnotic guitar licks. The track, "Jersey City Limits," offers bellowing vocals and catchy guitar driven riffs that merge together with the solid drum beats. Feel the dynamic power on, "Changeling," as the tempo starts slow then releases a burst of energy by the domination of the blaring guitars. Screaming vocals and the driving bass line gives "Narcoleptic Blues" an edgy feel while the guitars rip through the burning leads. If you like music that is rhythmically complex and runs full throttle with Metal/Punk Rock intensity, then you will enjoy the sinister songs of "Feed and Weep."

-Diane and the Reviewer Team
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Saturday, February 20, 2010

"Bondye Vivan" by Gina Demergeau-Lasseur (Spiritual Artist from The Caribbean)

Balancing native Haitian rhythms with folk-based songs reflecting her deep spiritual devotion, Gina Demergeau-Lasseur's debut CD, "Bondye Vivan," showcases a singer with that rare gift to make it all sound so effortless. A Miami-based Haitian-American, Demergeau-Lasseur's story is grounded in music, her Haitian heritage and her strong Christian beliefs, and her album reflects all these influences with remarkable skill. Singing primarily in French, Caribbean-flavored, up-tempo numbers like "Sa se lanmou" and "Rele Jezu" shimmer like the waters that lap the Haiti seashore, while on the moving and timeless title track, "Bondye vivan," the singer's reverence needs neither simile nor translation. A wonderful album full of Caribbean-soaked songs that are as engaging as they are meaningful, Gina Demergeau-Lasseur's "Bondye Vivan" CD is a treasure of transcendent World music.

-Rice B. and the Reviewer Team
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

"Laugh It Off" by Tammy Lee (Spoken Word Artist from Kansas(KS))

The hilarious album, "Laugh It Off," by Tammy Lee is a spoken word album which, quiet simply, is an assortment of recordings of contagious laughter. Who knew there are so many variations of different types of laughter? This album will show all of them to you and as you listen to each and every track you will be laughing right along with them. "Laugh 10" is a track with a high-toned woman cackling in the foreground with a boom like voice occasionally laughing in the background. "Laugh 2" sounds like a couple of people just rolling on the floor having a spirited chuckle. The last track, "Compilation Laugh" is a long recording compiled of all of the other recordings so that one has a steady stream of laughter to listen to. This album is perfect for those who enjoy avant-garde spoken word pieces, want a recording that will make them chuckle due to infectiousness, or could use recordings of laughter for another media purpose. If that sounds like something you would be interested in, then check out the infectious CD "Laugh It Off," by Tammy Lee.

-Sean B. and the Reviewer Team
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Check out Rosalina Vega, one of RadioIndy's favorite Spiritual artists

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Band Name: Rosalina Vega
Band Location: Florida Orlando
Sounds Like: Yolanda Adams
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Check out Chris DeMarco, one of RadioIndy's favorite Rock artists

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Band Name: Chris DeMarco
Band Location: Georgia
Sounds Like: Don Henley, David Bowie, Bryan Ferry
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