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Music Review: Luca Bash – ‘The Single Drops’ EP

The Single Drops

The depth of the lyrics in this EP will no doubt stay with listeners for quite some time. Read More »

Music Review: zzips – ‘20 Years Late’

The zzips 20 Years Late

Can you guess how many years this album was in the making? Read More »

Music Review: Paul Doffing – ‘Songs from the (quaking) Heart’

Songs from the (quaking) Heart

‘Songs from the (quaking) Heart’ is a three act play with a grand finale. Read More »

Music Review: The Furious Seasons – ‘My Love Is Strong’

The Furious Seasons' 'My Love Is Strong'

‘My Love Is Strong’ would fit right into the music collection of those who love original easy listening songs imbibed with folk, Americana, and country flavours. Read More »

Music Review: Dion – ‘Recorded Live at the Bitter End, August 1971′

Courtesy of Omnivore Records

This live recording caught Dion at the height of his skill as an acoustic singer-songwriter who defined "hip" for his fans. Read More »

Music Review: Van Morrison – ‘Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue’

vanmorrison duets

This re-working of Van Morrison songs as duets with famous friends is loose, relaxed, and a joy to hear. Read More »

Music Review: Echo Sparks – ‘Ghost Town Girl’

Echo Sparks

The harmonisations in this album are bound to capture your attention. Read More »

Music Review: Hook & Anchor – ‘Hook & Anchor’

Hook & Anchor

Portland-based Americana band Hook & Anchor released its solid self-titled debut album last year. Read More »

Music Review: Rhiannon Giddens – ‘Tomorrow Is My Turn’

rhiannon giddens

This is a strong and powerful album that captures a wide range of feelings and will be very satisfying to any listener. Read More »

Music Review: Ethan Jano – ‘I’ll Be Fine’

Ethan Jano's 'I'll Be Fine'

Ethan Jano’s debut album is a collection of 12 tracks featuring an interesting mix of simplicity in the instrumentation with complexity in the vocal delivery and in the lyrics. Read More »