Archive for Tag: Folk

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 […]

Australia’s Meg Mac Delivers Low Blows

Australia’s Meg Mac Delivers Low Blows

July 24, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Australia is hot. Lots of sun and filled with the deadliest creatures on the planet. What you may not be familiar with is the huge amount of musical talent that continually emerges from the island-continent in the southern hemisphere. The […]

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 […]

Rogue+Jaye = Wonderful Collaboration

Rogue+Jaye = Wonderful Collaboration

May 31, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Zach Rogue of Rogue Wave and Courtney Jaye have joined forces for their aptly titled duo project, Rogue+Jaye. Most of you are probably somewhat familiar with Rogue, but if you are having trouble trying to place Jaye, there is a […]

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 […]

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, […]

The Lumineers Bring Cleopatra to Life

The Lumineers Bring Cleopatra to Life

May 04, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

As if announcing that you were supporting a couple up and coming acts like U2 and Tom Petty wasn’t enough for The Lumineers in 2017, the band has also released a companion film to their latest album, Cleopatra. For those of […]

KOLARS Dance On Self-Titled Debut

KOLARS Dance On Self-Titled Debut

April 05, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

The husband and wife duo KOLARS have an interesting setup similar to that of The White Stripes, but with a little more flair. Rob Kolar rocks an inspired electric guitar that is a blend of blues and rockabilly and his wife, Lauren […]

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 […]

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