Archive for Tag: Blues

Donna Missal This Time Is Her Time

Donna Missal This Time Is Her Time

October 02, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Donna Missal’s This Time is the best debut album of the current generation of artists. I know that is a massive claim, but this girl is something special and her debut album is impactful. It is my opinion that if […]

WIINSTON Drops Some New Substance

WIINSTON Drops Some New Substance

September 06, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Alfred Thomas and Daniel Richards made a pact years ago to be self-starters. They decided that their art form was music and they created WIINSTON. The lifelong friends write, records and produce all of their own music. The Danish duo […]

Halie Loren: From The Wild Sky

Halie Loren: From The Wild Sky

May 08, 2018 - (0) comments - Interviews

I have known about Halie Loren for years. Her unique style of blending jazz, pop and everything in-between has vaulted her into the upper echelon of her genre, specifically in Asia. The Alaska-native took a few minutes out of her […]

Lauren O’Connell: Details And Sugar Gliders

Lauren O’Connell: Details And Sugar Gliders

March 27, 2018 - (0) comments - Interviews

It has been almost two months since we had the pleasure of premiering Lauren O’Connell‘s new LP, Details. And then we were given the opportunity to speak with the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter about her songwriting process, why sugar gliders are […]

Vera Blue & Jacob Banks Takeover The Crocodile

Vera Blue & Jacob Banks Takeover The Crocodile

November 10, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

One Tuesday, November 7th, Jess and I embarked on a trip to the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle to catch Australian singer/songwriter Vera Blue and London-native crooner Jacob Banks at The Crocodile. Now, we were just at the famed music venue about […]

LÉON Surrounds Me With New EP

LÉON Surrounds Me With New EP

October 12, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

LÉON is outstanding. I have had the opportunity to see her perform twice so far – and the third time is coming up in a week or so. That being said, the rising Swedish pop star has released a third EP […]

Jess Abran & Stephen Voyce Drop Molly

Jess Abran & Stephen Voyce Drop Molly

August 07, 2017 - 1 Comment - Reviews

Montreal has been an up and coming music region for a while now and not just in French. We have featured a few artists from the area including Stefanie Parnell and Amelie No. Now, we get to introduce you to […]

Brandon Luedtke Does It His Own Way

Brandon Luedtke Does It His Own Way

June 23, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Good folk music is not supposed to be perfect, right? What we love the most about artists like Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger and Joan Baez is the fact that they are a little rough around the edges or […]

Kylie Hughes Defies Genre Normalcy

Kylie Hughes Defies Genre Normalcy

May 22, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

We have always enjoyed those outside-the-box thinking singer-songwriters that blur the genre lines. Kylie Hughes personifies that genre-bending quality. On her upcoming self-titled album, Kylie Hughes, she has moments where she follows in the footsteps of another famous beach-loving Malibu songstress, Colbie Caillat, […]

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