Archive for Tag: Folk Rock

Aaron Rickel Is Blood & Bone

Aaron Rickel Is Blood & Bone

March 24, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Last month, we had the privilege of reviewing Aaron Rickel‘s debut single, “Fading Summer” (check it out: HERE). Well, the Los Angeles songwriter is back with his debut EP, Blood & Bone and the title is fitting. The EP is down […]

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

March 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

In the middle of January, an email came across my desk with a single called, “Breathless”. The song written and performed by Howard Baker, better known by the moniker Senator, piqued my interested. The song had an interesting story behind its inspection. […]

Senator Impresses With Tiny Monsters

Senator Impresses With Tiny Monsters

February 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Lancaster, Pennsylvania-native Howard Baker, better known by the moniker Senator, has stepped out of the shadows with a stunning debut EP, Tiny Monsters. The singer-songwriter put together hard-hitting socially aware EP that is highlighted by “Breathless”. The track, like the […]

Jetty Rae Is Untethered On Can’t Curse The Free

Jetty Rae Is Untethered On Can’t Curse The Free

February 01, 2017 - 2 Comments - Reviews

There is no lie when it is stated that Jetty Rae is untethered. The self-imposed nomad has been living in her vintage 1979 Jet Stream trailer with her husband, two children and their pug for quite a while. This adventuring lifestyle […]

Amos Lee Stays True With New Album

Amos Lee Stays True With New Album

September 30, 2013 - (0) comments - Reviews

Amos Lee’s fifth studio release, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, is exactly what is expected from the Philadelphia-native folk-rock singer-songwriter. The album is a blend of his typical down-tempo folk-rock sound and the more upbeat sounds of bluegrass and […]

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