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Scene and Heard –  CCXXXXI: Skeletons – Ezla (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

If it was easy to fall for the dark and sultry alt-pop of Outcasts, current musical outing Skeletons reinforces Ezla position as the exception which proves the rule. Pop could be glorious, pop could be majestic, pop could be seductive, … Continue reading

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Outcasts – Ezla (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I guess anyone who moves to Nashville, the home of rhinestone infused country music, to build a career in edgy, sultry, underground pop, is obviously someone who sees beyond the veneer of the music industry and knows how to find … Continue reading

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