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Francis, & Her Fawn

Francis, & Her Fawn has released the first two tracks, "Eyes & Ears" and "Hotel", from his forthcoming debut full-length album, I Wrote You A Letter Today, which is due out on February 26th.

The most recent single, "Hotel", was just released this week as part of an impressive 32 songs winter compilation from the Slovakian indie label Z Tapes.

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Jennifer Hall "SFA"

Jennifer Hall is back with a new single called "SFA". This is the first new music from Hall since her 2019 single, "In The Water", and both singles followed up her highly acclaimed 2015 self-titled EP.

"SFA" was co-written by Hall, Noam Wallenberg, and Woody Goss and is accompanied by a Alex Sheyn directed video.

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Joanna Connor "I Feel So Good"

Blues guitar master Joanna Connor has released the first single, "I Feel So Good", from her forthcoming 14th album, 4801 South Indiana Avenue. The album, which was produced by Joe Bonamassa, will be released on February 26th via the independent label Keeping The Blues Alive.

The name of the album was also the street address of the legendary South Side club, Theresa's Lounge. Joanna had this to say about the origin of the inspiration for this album “This album is a homage to the blues school that I attended in Chicago. We attempted to capture the spirit of tradition and inject it with raw energy and passion.”

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Daniel Knox "Look At Me"

Daniel Knox has released the third single, "Look At Me", from his forthcoming LP, Won't You Take Me With You, which is due out on January 15th. The track is an epic journey featuring inventive guitar playing from Joshua Fitzgerald Klocek to accompanied Knox on Synths and haunting, mediative vocals.

The single is accompanied by the self-directed video below.

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BRIDGE closes out the year in good company with new single "It’s Ok"

Los Angeles’ BRIDGE is closing out the year with a slick single titled “It’s Ok” that kicks off with a rebellious electric guitar screeching to the night as a seductive R&B rhythm guides the track’s movement forward. Beyond BRIDGE’s alluring timbre, there is expert instrumentation from the likes of Grammy-winner C.L. Baxter (organ, synths) and Lee Barbour (guitar), closing out the year in good company. The song’s black and white video adds a touch of elegance and mystery to the song: even as it dares drift into the unreality of dreams. “It’s Ok” is more than ok: it is a bold way to close out the year and promises even more great music to come from this L.A. rising artist. - René Cobar 

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