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Tom The Suit Forst, now officially endorsed by JOYO Technology, reviews the guitar pedal maker's new Octave pedal, which is now a part of his touring pedal board. Stay tuned for more video reviews of other JOYO products to come.

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Catch the Scheckler Brother at The Ridgefield Playhouse this Saturday, June 8th at 8pm, opening for Jay And The Americans. This special "Way-Back Machine" show will feature the Scheckler Brothers performing a variety of classic 60's cover songs, as well as a few originals from their debut album, "Magic."

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Stereo Stickman Music Blog:

"Classic pop-rockers Scheckler Brothers lead with delicate riffs and melodies on this latest single Magic. Fresh from the album of the same name, the song offers an organic instrumental set-up and a quickly effective, softly memorable vocal melody – all of which results in a fairly likable aura on the whole.

Magic as a concept in this case refers to a feeling and a certain era – it’s been accessed via notably detailed, scene-setting verses, and rightfully resolved at each hook as that central idea is repeated. Subtle vocal fragments help light up the outer edges as these changes come into play. The song’s hook furthers this approach – the very set-up and songwriting style appropriately reflect the sound of the sixties; the precise time reflected upon in the story-line. The whole thing is deeply rooted in its own sentiments, which gives it a sense of authenticity – letting that classic vibe stand tall and seem ultimately very genuine.

The likable qualities of the song let it fill the room in the way that any hit from way back when might. The crisp and clean finish, however, and indeed the new vocal tone and the writing, all lean in a fresh direction. Scheckler Brothers do what they do to great effect – their songs are easy to enjoy, and Magic makes for a strong place to begin."


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