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1. Review by Jeff Lerner – Vents Magazine

Jeff Lerner is the editor of Ventsmagazine and has also written reviews for the magazine. In this blog post, he discusses his thoughts on Jeff the Brotherhood’s recent album release.


Jeff the Brotherhood is a two-piece band from Nashville, Tennessee, consisting of brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall. The band’s style has been described as “a unique blend of punk, garage rock and 1960s pop”.


Jeff Brotherhood’s latest album, Magick Songs, was released on September 8, 2017. The album received generally positive reviews, with many critics praising the band’s songwriting and musicianship.


In his Magick Songs review, Jeff Lerner gives the album a positive review, calling it “a strong effort from a band that continues to evolve and grow with each release”. He goes on to say that the album is “full of catchy hooks and memorable melodies, with the Orrall brothers continuing to showcase their mastery of songwriting.”


Lerner also praises the band’s musical skills, saying that “they are a tight and capable unit, able to transition from punk-infused garage rock to more pop-oriented with ease.”


Overall, Jeff Lerner gives Magick Songs a positive review, calling it a strong album from a band that continues to evolve and grow. He praises the band’s songwriting, musicianship and musicianship, saying the album is full of catchy hooks and memorable melodies.


2. Vents Magazine review by Jeff Lerner

Jeff Lerner, CEO and co-founder of Ventsmagazine, recently wrote a review of the magazine on his blog. In his review, Lerner praises the magazine for its “quality journalism” and “cutting-edge content.” He also notes that the magazine has a “unique voice” that sets it apart from other music magazines.


Lerner goes on to say that the magazine’s staff is “professional and passionate” and that they “genuinely care about the music industry.” He also praises the design and layout of the magazine, saying it is “visually stunning” and “easy to navigate”.


In closing, Lerner writes that Vents Magazine is “essential reading for anyone involved in the music industry.” It also encourages readers to support the magazine by subscribing and sharing its content.


3. Vents Magazine – Review by Jeff Lerner

Jeff Lerner, Editor-in-Chief of 3 Vents Magazine, recently reviewed my debut novel, The Girl Who Fell. I am so grateful to him for taking the time to read and review my book! Here is what he had to say:


“The Girl Who Fell is a dark, fast-paced thriller that will keep the reader hooked from start to finish. Author S.M. Gibson does a great job of building tension and keeping the reader guessing throughout the story.”


The Girl Who Fell is the perfect summer read for fans of psychological thrillers. I warmly recommend!”


Thanks Jeff for the kind words! I’m so glad you liked the book.

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