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I Am Giant - Science & Survival
Review by Gary Hill
This album lands in an alternative rock territory. .

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Idiot Grins - Big Man
Review by Gary Hill
Country, pop, rock and more are built into this musical tapestry.

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Idiot Grins - State of Health
Review by Gary Hill

This act really has a classic sound. Well, it might be more appropriate to say that they have "classic sounds."


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Nathan Ignacio - A Step Behind
Review by Gary Hill

This disc is based heavily on a roots music kind of sound. In fact, everything here is seeped with retro elements.


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Inbokeh - Into the Sun
Review by Gary Hill
These guys have produced a solid EP here.

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Indubious - From Zero
Review by Gary Hill

If you like reggae but feel rather adventurous, this might be for you. On the one hand this is well rooted in traditional reggae music.


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Stephen Inglis - Learning You by Heart
Review by Gary Hill
The quick description of this would be “folk music.” That nails it pretty well.

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Insane Clown Posse - Hell's Pit
Review by Patrick Hennen
OK, Juggalos and Juggalettes this is part 7 of the Mighty 6 Joker's Card series. Yes, I do realize how that sounds, let me bring this to a better light.
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Intimate Dream - Wonderful Thing EP
Review by Gary Hill
These guys have a pretty cool blend of classic rock, punk, alternative rock and more.

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INViDA & Muza - featuring Juliette Reilly - Chameleon (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new single. It has an electronic pop sound to it. 


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The Invisible World - Color/Echo
Review by Gary Hill
This new EP is strong. It’s not the most unique or original thing out there, but it is very accessible and compelling.

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The Ions - Atom Butterfly
Review by Gary Hill

This is quite an intriguing disc. It's a bit uneven, but has some shining stars.


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Iron Butterfly - Live at the Galaxy 1967
Review by Gary Hill
Let’s get one thing out of the way immediately.

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Dan Israel - You're Free
Review by Gary Hill

Dan Israel has managed to pack quite a bit of variety into this set. All that is delivered in the course of something that's probably best described as "singer/songwriter based folk rock."


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It’s a Beautiful Day - Live at the Fillmore '68
Review by Gary Hill
I remember one song from these guys, “White Bird” that really rocked at the time.

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