Archive for Tag: Acoustic

Pen Pals Are Familiar Friends

Pen Pals Are Familiar Friends

September 07, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

This summer has been filled with a variety of musical genres and styles, but we have not had a lot of minimalist acoustic folk. That changes today! Jetty Rae, a friend of Lemonade Magazine and who dropped her own solo […]

James Walker Is Weathered

James Walker Is Weathered

August 09, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

There is something special about music that tells a story. And English singer-songwriter James Walker has some stories to tell. On his upcoming debut album, English Bones, the Reading native lets us into his world and how they have changed […]

Jillette Johnson Reinvents Herself

Jillette Johnson Reinvents Herself

August 03, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Back in the day when Jillette Johnson released Water in a Whale, we were big fans of it here at Lemonade. It was dramatic, it was fresh and the writing, subject material and vocals were all as near to perfect […]

PREMIERE: Alice Limoges Reveals “Winter Nights”

PREMIERE: Alice Limoges Reveals “Winter Nights”

July 28, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

When we were approached by Rockport, Maine-native Alice Limoges to premiere her brand new music video for “Winter Nights”, we could not refuse. The jazzy, acoustic number is filled with brilliant tenderness that can only be written when feeling are […]

Toronto’s VACAY Debuts Howlin’ Wind EP

Toronto’s VACAY Debuts Howlin’ Wind EP

May 26, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

The Toronto singer-songwriter Levi Randall, better known as VACAY, is back with his latest EP, Howlin’ Wind. Earlier in the year, we were treated to the charming, but depressing, single, “Shoes”, and now he is back with 5 additional songs […]

Emily Keener Takes Over Luther’s Table

Emily Keener Takes Over Luther’s Table

May 05, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

In the southern part of downtown Renton, WA, Luther’s Table resides across the street from the Renton IKEA Performance Arts Center and Renton High School. This little non-profit cafe, which is run by a Lutheran church, offers local beers and […]

The Glass Child Drops This Silence Now

The Glass Child Drops This Silence Now

April 12, 2017 - 2 Comments - Reviews

Charlotte Eriksson, better known as The Glass Child, is set to release her latest EP, This Silence Now. The multi-faceted artist, who has been writing songs, poetry and books for more than half a decade, takes her raw emotions and […]

Westing Gets Loud On New EP

Westing Gets Loud On New EP

April 04, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

In 2015 Matt Mascarenas created a solo project called Westing for a creative outlet while not on tour. Initially Westing was an acoustic solo project, but in early 2016, the Salt Lake City residence decided to express his more aggressive […]

Aaron Rickel Debut Single, “Fading Summer”

Aaron Rickel Debut Single, “Fading Summer”

February 03, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Sometimes we stumble across artists and sometimes artists reach out to us. In this case, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Aaron Rickel is the latter. He came to us with a vision and his debut single, “Fading Summer”, and we could not […]

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