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Ghostly Beard 
There is an enigmatic bigfoot-like character that just came out of the woods after 15 years of being lost. He goes by the handle Ghostly Beard, and he’s a visionary artistic entity with a boundlessly creative sweep that encompasses soft rock, jazz, prog-rock, fusion, pop, classic rock, and more.
Ghostly Beard’s kaleidoscopic creativity has garnered him comparisons to such diverse artists as Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, James Taylor, Genesis, XTC, Cat Stevens, Weather Report, Michael Franks and Chicago. He crafts immersive dreamy sonic landscapes that emotionally blur the line between dark catharsis and subtle rays of hope. Now, he lets us into his universe with an eclectic clutch of thoughtfully sequenced EPs and albums to be released in the coming months.
Album: Invisible (2017)
The eleven-track album opens with the up tempo “Upper Hand”, a tasty blend of jazz and soft rock, complete with horns section, the second track “Set Me Free” is resolutely jazz-rock fusion with keys and guitar solos, “How Can I?” mellows into soft rock, when “A Reason to Leave” is catchy jazz oriented pop rock. The “Blue” ballad is a heartwarming fatherly love song, while “Lazy (from Time to Time)” jazzes it up. “The Odds of Our Lives” ventures into Bossa-Nova with a twist, while “I Dream of You” is a chill down tempo ballad, then followed by the lively jazz of “Along the Road”. The comedic “Fool” offers smile inducing selfdeprecation, and the final “Someday” ends it all with an acoustic tone and soft harmonies. Taste it all while it’s fresh!

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# (PST) Name length Rating Notes
1 9:00 Upper Hand 04:28 4 New song
2 9:04 Set Me Free 04:50 4 New song
3 9:09 How Can I? 04:54 4 New song
4 9:14 A Reason to Leave 04:18 4 New song
5 9:18 Blue 04:33 4 New song
6 9:23 Lazy (from Time to Time) 04:10 4 New song
7 9:27 The Odds of Our Lives 04:08 4 New song
8 9:31 I Dream of You 06:10 4 New song
9 9:38 Along the Road 04:09 4 New song
10 9:42 Fool 03:25 4 New song
11 9:45 Someday 04:23 4 New song

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Divining Rod 


As Miyuki Furtado gears up for the release of “Hemlock Blues/”Love Come Tumbling,” the two track EP preview of his duo’s upcoming full length debut
Return to Crystal Cove, the Hawaiian born, Brooklyn based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist reveals the simple reasons why he chose the clever name Divining Rod for the trippy, hard driving folk, country and soul flavored psych-rock he creates with guitarist Patrick Harmon. “I liked the idea of something that is one part holy relic and one part con game, where you can’t tell what is truth and what is fabricated,” he says.
Understanding that a divining rod is a tool used for locating ground water, buried metals, ores, gemstone and oils in the ground makes the name a perfect metaphor for their eclectic vibe that taps into everything from country, bluegrass and Hawaiian music to tropical music, atmospheric sounds and the vibes of classic bands like Patrick’s favorites, The Cure and My Bloody Valentine. Miyuki, a longtime member of the internationally renowned NYC based indie rock band The Rogers Sisters, found the perfect musical counterpart in Patrick, whose unique guitar textures were, the singer says, “like a wrench thrown into what I was writing. At one point we were adding drums to guitar loops and guitar loops to drums, but then we evolved into an acoustic based act with percussion and guitar. With Patrick, what I was doing on my own developed into an organic conversation and we became a full-fledged rock band.”
Recorded in just a few frantic days with Grammy-nominated producer/mixer/engineer Brian Forbes, the pace that Miyuki and Patrick kept in recording the album helped keep the songs honest and intense. The first day of tracking, Miyuki drummed all 12 tracks. He says, “We basically set up mics, got sounds and played. What you hear is what you get. When we went in to record, we knew what we had to do and we did it.” The beautiful juxtaposition of their sound is made possible by Patrick’s sweeping psychedelic soundscapes, which romp through a musical landscape full of infectious melodies and simmering chaos.
Asked why he chose for the EP “Hemlock Blues,” a hard driving, jangling and metronomic jam about an agoraphobe, and “Love Come Tumbling,” a fusion of Buddy Holly, country comfort, and West African calypso based on a lucid dream, Miyuki says, “They stand out as examples of the earliest and then the most recent paths my songwriting has taken.” Simply put, these two songs serve as bookends for a shelf containing volumes of life lessons that Miyuki has gathered from years of touring, precious time spent with his father in Kauai before his passing and the childhood memories that being a dad to his own daughter has helped him reclaim. The album will feature “The Silver Ship,” about his feeling lost as he tries to be the best dad he can be, and “Darling Down the Row,” which he wrote at his own father’s bedside the final week of his life.
Eventually, despite this devastating loss, new songs slowly began to develop as well as a new outlook on life. “While nursing my dad,” Miyuki says, “I realized that the big moments in life are not necessarily the most important. Rather, it’s the small, intimate memories like the warmth of the sun on your face on a late summer’s day or the smoky taste of coffee in the morning or the way someone you love runs their fingers through your hair. Fragments of moments; smells, colors, and the way it makes you feel. That's the essence of living. ”
Hemlock Blues / Love Come Tumbling

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# (PST) Artist Name length Rating Notes
12 9:50 Divining Rod  Hemlock Blues 04:24 4 New song
13 9:54 Divining Rod Love Come Tumbling 04:30 4 New song
14 9:59 Drive On Mak Outlaw 02:47 4 New song
15 10:02 Rowland Jones Anymore 02:45 4 New song
16 10:05 Scott Watson Scared of Myself 03:31 4 New song
17 10:08 Scott Watson You Are The Reason 02:45 4 New song
18 10:11 Simon Groves So In Love  03:25 4 New song
19 10:15 SixTwoSeven One Single Night 03:26 4 New song
20 10:18 Welsh Avenue Blue Eyes 03:50 4 New song
21 10:22 John Reed Fall 03:29 4
22 10:26 BK Gray Silver Moon (the legend of Alice) 04:01 4 New song
23 10:30 The Discarded Check it out 02:42 4
24 10:32 Dynamos Shake, Rattle and Roll 03:01 4 New song
25 10:36 Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers Rockin' In The Moonlight 03:35 4
26 10:39 Howard Simon The Devil Every Day 04:21 4
27 10:44 James Thomas Band Siren 04:15 4
28 10:48 Lost Generation No Mercy 04:20 4
29 10:52 Love Ghost Forgive Me 06:07 5
30 10:59 the oohz oh no (don't believe you're gone) 03:46 4
31 11:02 Otis Kry I Wish 03:18 4
32 11:06 Paul Davy When The Train Comes Along 04:06 4
33 11:10 The Red Button Can't Let Candy Go 03:15 4 New song
34 11:13 Riff Reign You 04:00 4
35 11:17 Rob Woolf TWO SOULS BECOMING ONE 03:37 4
36 11:21 TolbertToz Down the Line 04:07 4
37 11:25 Nuclear Lullaby Nuclear Lullabies 05:37 4
38 11:31 Marching To Sirens Goodbye 03:15 4
39 11:34 The Groovebirds Time It Takes 04:07 4
40 11:39 Cloudy Apple Rock n Roll Dreams 03:47 4
41 11:42 COSMOSQUAD Anatomy of a Beatdown 01:52 4
42 11:44 David Locklear Our Days 05:09 4
43 11:50 DocFell & co. This Machine 03:42 4
44 11:53 Duskwood All These Walls 05:07 4
45 11:59 Frozen Houses Hey Leanne 02:47 4
46 12:01 Gail Everett Quite Like You 03:44 4
47 12:05 Ghostly Beard Close Your Eyes 05:59 4
48 12:11 IT Power 05:31 4
49 12:17 Jack Pyers The Truth 04:22 4
50 12:21 Johnny Mark Just Be You 05:50 4
51 12:27 Larre U-A Annas song 03:18 4
52 12:31 The Nelson Brothers Paris 1923 03:28 4
53 12:34 Tiffany Gow Faith 03:43 4
54 12:38 Seskin Lane I Never Forget A Face 04:33 4
55 12:43 Victor Samalot Struttin 02:46 4
56 12:46 The Pieces of Mind Walking In The Shadow Of Today 04:47 4
57 12:50 Mark Alexander Carroll These Words Remind 04:05 4
58 12:55 Mark Alexander Carroll You're The Disease 04:01 4
59 12:59 Scott Smith Eating Like Hippies 03:46 3 New song
60 1:03 Our House, in The Woods, MN House of Fire 06:59 3
61 1:10 Swamp Guy Kayton Crazy World 04:44 3 New song
62 1:14 Giuseppe Brai Elena 03:39 3
63 1:18 Marc Ceccotti Ten little bars of grief 02:26 3
64 1:21 Mars Bonfire What Took You So Long? 04:04 3 New song
65 1:25 Moe Green's Eye Fixed 05:18 3
66 1:30 Ryan Doherty Suddenness 04:47 3
67 1:35 Shauna Burns Scarborough Fair 05:41 3
68 1:41 Jimena & Torbjørn Without You 04:23 3 New song
69 1:45 Shane Martin Nobody's Gettin' Outa Here Alive 03:01 3
70 1:48 Jenny Vinatieri Come Away 04:04 3
71 1:53 Gary & Linda Sclafani Paradise In My Head 03:01 3
72 1:56 Less Than a Billion People I'm alive 04:02 3