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Dada Veda
Do What You Can
reviewed by Gary Levinson

Dada Veda’s latest album is Do What You Can. A rarity among children’s albums, (more…)

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Diipak
Dogma
reviewed by Gary Levinson

“I wasn’t born to be afraid” Diipak begins in “Live Today”, the last song on his first full-length album, Dogma. “Wow” I thought when I heard it. (more…)

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Dada Veda
As The World Spins Around
reviewed by Gary Levinson

It may seem incongruous to start a review of an Indie music album - especially a spiritual Indie music album - with a quote from Steve Ballmer, (more…)

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Homeless Yellow
God verses Saturn
reviewed by Gary Levinson

I thought the title of this CD was quite interesting: At first glance, I read it as “God versus Satan”, a simple good over evil story. Then on a second - closer - look, I realized it was (more…)

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Sahara
There is this place I go

reviewed by Gary Levinson

First class production, and catchy melodies make Sahara’s There is this place I go a very pleasant listen.

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Alex Wroten
Not Necessarily Like This
reviewed by Gary Levinson

Some people just like more of the same. They’re comfortable with it. It’s what they know. They even think they like it. (more…)

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John Walker

Dancing in the Evil City

reviewed by Gary Levinson

 

Much music these days is made on the lowest-common-denominator principle; that is to say it simply strives to be a 3:09 minute long catchy song. (more…)

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Bernie
Legend of the Mythical Man-month
reviewed by Gary Levinson

Bernie is really noisy, in a quiet kind of way. He is a sonic deep diver whose deep-sound plunges and sound-bed wanderings create rhythms and patterns that are intricate, interesting, and catchy. (more…)

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Drum Dynasty
Mystic Sunrise / Dark Continent
reviewed by Gary Levinson

It’s been a cold and rainy early evening at the beginning of Advent here in Berlin, and I was feeling kind of bluesy.  Time to listen to some music! (more…)

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Dada Veda
Love is the Best
reviewed by Gary Levinson

One of the Indie Music world’s most anticipated releases, Dada Veda’s Love is the Best is finally here. With his new album, Dada Veda presents us (more…)

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