News — M Lockwood Porter

The Tulsa Voice - Don’t dream it’s over

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The Tulsa Voice - Don’t dream it’s over

“I spent a year, like a lot of people probably, depressed, afraid, trying to figure out. I’d just made a record about the political situation in our country, and then things got even worse,” Porter said. “I didn’t want to make the same record again. Out of that, I tried to find a more positive take.”

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WANNABE REVIEWS M. LOCKWOOD PORTER’S ‘COMMUNION IN THE ASHES’

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WANNABE REVIEWS M. LOCKWOOD PORTER’S ‘COMMUNION IN THE ASHES’

In the latest Wannabeartist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on Communion In The Ashes, the new album from Americana troubadour M. Lockwood Porter, in his signature six-panel comic strip form.

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American Standard Time - Communion In The Ashes Album review

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American Standard Time - Communion In The Ashes Album review

Porter’s drops of reason and positivity, ripple outward from himself, through others, past the strictures of politics, and religion, and into a new head space. Communion In The Ashes is a truly remarkable rock ‘n’ roll record.

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Turnstyled Junkpiled - M. Lockwood Porter’s Communion In The Ashes

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Turnstyled Junkpiled - M. Lockwood Porter’s Communion In The Ashes

Porter takes on some weighty issues on this album, and he faces them with unflinching honesty. But his musical undertones soften the message and make even hard truths easier to face.

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TAKE EFFECT - Communion In The Ashes - 9/10

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TAKE EFFECT - Communion In The Ashes - 9/10 9/10 Listen to Communion In The Ashes Though M. Lockwood Porter has made most of his music while living in the Bay Area, he’s now back in his home state of Oklahoma, and on his 4th album, Communion In The Ashes, he brings an anthemic quality to songs about modern day social problems, something he experienced first hand during his time as an educator. The title track starts the album with driving guitars and a thriving rock’n’roll spirit that’s somewhere between power-pop and alt-rock, and “Waiting For A Sign” brings keys...

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