From Colorado comes the debut full-length album from singer/songwriter Jeffrey Dallet, titled "Abnormal Oddities." It features eight tracks, beginning with the quick, country/folk pace of "Blind Love In Vain" as his sound carries a nostalgic feel. He slows down the pace for the gentle, acoustic folk poetry of "Someday," before the fun, swinging rhythm of "Bye Bye Middle Class Blues." He wraps up his new album with seven minutes of describing "My Old Record Store" and the spoken, folk/rock blues of "Odd Ball Blues." To find out more about Jeffery Dallet and his latest release "Abnormal Oddities," please visit jeffreydallet.com.
Next comes new music from award-winning singer/songwriter Cat Dail. Her new album "Fight For Love" was released back in April and features seven tracks that span the genres of blues, funk, soul and rock. She slowly builds up the energy with the steady pace of "Can't Buy Love" and the soulful groove of "Player." Then, she delivers the smooth, bluesy rock tones of "Wonder Love" and funky beats of "Flow Zone," before closing her new album with the wonderful folk recollection of "Molly & Matchbox." To find out more about Cat Dail and her latest release "Fight For Love," please visit catdailmusic.com.
Then, from Seattle comes the new high energy release from The Refusers, titled "Disobey." Their new nine-song release comes blasting out of the gate with the pounding rhythm of "Playing With Fire" and the guitar driven title-song, "Disobey." They add a bit of funkiness to their sound with the organ tones of "Eruption" and the classic, fun energy of "My Baby Love Rock And Roll." The Refusers wrap up their new album with their homage to "Fake News" and the politically charged "Emancipation." To find out more about The Refusers and their latest release "Disobey," please visit therefusers.com.
We switch gears for the new pop tones of Xavier Toscano and his latest release "Feels So Good." The new 11-track album kicks off with a short introduction, before diving into the dance beats of "Never Wanna Leave" as you can begin to appreciate Xavier's soulful vocals. He keeps the energy flowing through "The Remedy (Feel Alright)" and "Runaway" as the music is very addictive, before slowing down for the R&B-type ballad "Castles In The Sky." Xavier Toscano finishes up his latest album with the dub-step beats of "Watch Out, It's On" and the smooth, mainstream pop appeal of "Made It Look Easy." To find out more about Xavier Toscano and his latest release "Feels So Good," please visit xaviertoscano.com.
Last, but not least, we arrive at the latest single from New York City rockers, Moe Green's Eye. This song follows closely to the band's last release, "Fast Radio Bursts," which was released late, last fall. The new song, "Wasted" continues the band's love for classic rock as they deliver a love story in the only way they know how, with a steady rock rhythm and big guitar riffs. To find out more about Moe Green's Eye, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/MoeGreensEye.