Tristen – Battle of The Gods

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Nashville- based Tristen kicked off the series with us, with her own brand of country and folk. She sang sweetly to the accompaniment of three guitars and drums, backed by her friends Buddy, Jordan and Ben. myspace.com/tristentristen

Maylee Todd – Heart Throb

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The choreographed dancers glided across an open field with ribbons, dressed in the most obscenely tight and fluorescent getups you can imagine, she picked away at her harp and sang away. She seems so effortlessly joyful when performing, taking breaks

Maylee Todd – Successive Mutations

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Stripped down from her original arrangements of a Big Band-quality sound, reminiscent of fifties jazz, and Doo-Wop, she performs acoustically with an affection for space travel, funk and safari jams. The result is a gorgeous medley of genres and styles.

Maylee Todd – Protection Plan 101

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Maylee Todd is strikingly beautiful, and what is more unfair is that this fact is not, in fact, her redeeming quality. It does however, leave you more enamoured when she begins to sing. words by Nada Alic myspace.com/mayleetodd

LOOM – Dream Doe

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Brooke wrote this song 5 minutes before she got to the park, it sure sounded like a well traveled song. words by nada alic loommusic.ca

LOOM – Fur

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Brooke tinkered at her Sanza for another song, with a certain playfulness she arrested on-lookers to stay a while. LOOM, however small, has a magnetic presence that reaches beyond herself and speaks a certain heartache that we all share. She

LOOM – Promised Land

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Brooke Manning is impossibly sweet. She plays under the name LOOM, the kind of name that hums when spoken. To ‘loom’ is a threat; something frightening and ominously close. However, Brooke is a delicate breeze, a girl with small hands