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Travis Bretzer and The Red Button

Go to Source Author: powerpopaholic If you’d like us to remove any content please send us a message here Travis Bretzer “Bubble Gum” Edmonton native Travis Bretzer created this infectious album of bedroom pop that grows on you faster than weeds in the sun. Bretzer’s approach is

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Scott Gagner and The Favourites

Go to Source Author: powerpopaholic If you’d like us to remove any content please send us a message here Scott Gagner “Pins & Needles” Singer/Songwriter Scott Gagner has gradually built up his solo sound over the past two albums, but his newest, Pins & Needles really has

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EP reviews free downloads Hector & The Leaves Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic Power Pop Review Ricky Demetro Travis Bretzer

Freebie Friday: Travis Bretzer, Hector & The Leaves, Ricky Demetro

Edmonton indie pop songsmith Travis Bretzer is a jack of all trades musician, singer-songwriter who plays all of the instruments. The album’s first single “Are You Ever Gonna Change?” is a jangling power pop gem and the romantic “Peace, Love and Harmony” shows off his sunshine

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Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic Power Pop Review The Drywall Heels The Popravinas

The Popravinas! and The Drywall Heels

The Popravinas! “California Sonic” The Popravinas! are back almost ten years later, as Eddy Sill (The Mutts) is joined by John Adair (Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals) Dean Lyons (Guitar, Vocals) and David Rogers (Drums). The band has its own roots-based California pop sound, sure to appeal

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Gretchen's Wheel Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic odd O'Keefe Power Pop Review

Gretchen’s Wheel and Todd O’Keefe

Gretchen’s Wheel “Sad Scientist” Gretchen’s Wheel is the creative outlet for singer/songwriter Lindsay Murray. Her past albums while polished and pleasing just lacked a power pop focus. Sad Scientist changes all that, as Lindsay has gotten out the “big guns” Fernando Perdomo and Andy Reed onboard

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