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Akron Empire

This Band Could Be Your Life: The Singular by Brit Charek Things were going pretty great for James Pequignot back in the summer of 2008. After recording two EPs and the rotating cast of members had finally settled down, his band The Singular were about to record their first full length album. And then he met the girl of his… Read more →

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Akron Beacon Journal

‘The Singular’ out with fifth CD By Malcolm X Abram Beacon Journal pop music writer Akron quartet the Singular has been playing and recording since 2007 under the guidance of primary songwriter James Pequignot (drummer Mark Bradbourne, bassist Terry Mortensen and keyboardist Nichole Catalano-Miller round out the line-up). Earlier this month, the band released its fifth collection of original tunes,… Read more →

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ToEleven.net

REVIEW: THE SINGULAR – ARTIFACTS The Singular – Artifacts. Diskette Records, 2013. In the sake of full disclosure, I should tell you that I’m friends with a couple of members of The Singular. That said, when friends send me their music and I don’t like it, rather than be a dick about it, I just don’t review it, so SPOILER ALERT:… Read more →

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The CD Reviewer

The Singular – ‘The Sad Machine’ Written by: C.W. Ross The Akron, Ohio band The Singular (James Pequignot – singer/songwriter, guitar, Jordan Valentine – percussion, Terry Mortenson – bass, and Nichole Catalano-Miller -Keyboard) have previously released 2 EP’s; ‘I Finally Know What’s Good for Me’ (2006) and ‘Death by Radio’ (2007), but ‘The Sad Machine’ is the band’s debut LP.… Read more →

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EvilSponge.org

The Singular: The Sad Machine by PostLibyan at EvilSponge.org The Singular are a band from Akron, Ohio, home to avant-garde legends Devo, as well as my cousin Michael Anne and her family. I would be willing to bet that the band are aware of Devo, but probably not of my relatives. Typical. The Singular are a pop band with a… Read more →

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The Music Critic

The Singular: The Sad Machine by The Music Critic The Singular make a wonderful sound. Space like and textural in its atmosphere, The Sad Machine shows the band to have shades of Muse and Radiohead, but perhaps without the rock tendencies of either of these bands, especially in the voice of front man James Pequignot who sounds uncannily like Matt… Read more →

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