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The Successful Failures – Ichor of Nettle (2017)

The Successful Failures – Ichor of Nettle (2017)

Juggling power-pop instincts with roots rock influences, the Successful Failures produce a sound that exercises both the body and the brain cells.

The Turnback – Are We There Yet? (2015)

The Turnback – Are We There Yet? (2015)

Swinging, grooving and bursting with courage and enthusiasm, the Turnback’s ‘Are We There Yet?’ is a power-pop goldmine.

The Junior League – Also Rans (2015)

The Junior League – Also Rans (2015)

The Junior League’s ‘Also Rans’ is smooth enough to boast power-pop accessibility, but flashes of punk-like energy keep things interesting.

The Knack – Normal as the Next Guy (2001; 2015 reissue)

The Knack – Normal as the Next Guy (2001; 2015 reissue)

‘Normal as the Next Guy’ should have – once again – been more than enough to hot-wire a comeback for the Knack. So what went wrong this time?

The Jeanies – The Jeanies (2015)

The Jeanies – The Jeanies (2015)

Imagine the sweetly salted vocals of Phil Seymour mixed with the muscular bite of bands like the Plimsouls, and you have the essence of the Jeanies.

David Myhr, Jeremy, Down Down Downs – Pop Parade Tres (2013)

Those familiar with this highly regarded series will be pleased to know the most recent segment hangs fast and furious to its practice of impeccable taste and selection.

One Track Mind: The Eddies, “Under The Mistletoe” (2013)

Christmas may have just passed, but the spirit and visuals linger on in stores as sales on seasonal items are hot and heavy.

Chris Wilson – It’s Flamin’ Groovy! (2014)

Making its U.S. debut in January 2014 is Chris Wilson’s new album called It’s Flamin’ Groovy! And it certainly is

Joey Molland’s emotional response to Badfinger critics: ‘You have no idea what went on’

Joey Molland’s emotional response to Badfinger critics: ‘You have no idea what went on’

For Joey Molland, continuing forward under the Badfinger banner has been both a blessing — all of his other classic-era bandmates are dead — and a curse. Questions about where the money goes these days linger.

Jeremy, Pete Best Band, Lemon Clocks – Sweet Relief: Love is Everywhere (2013)

Jeremy, Pete Best Band, Lemon Clocks – Sweet Relief: Love is Everywhere (2013)

Promoting a very worthy cause, Sweet Relief is series where all proceeds go to victims of natural disasters.

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