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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 »

Flash Fiction: ‘I Won’t Be Found’

I swore love found me indefinitely. His voice felt pure. It was clear and shrill as a storm in the middle of the night with the rumbling of thunder deeper than any bass in the world.

I swore love found me indefinitely. His voice felt pure. It was clear and shrill as a storm in the middle of the night with the rumbling of thunder deeper than any bass in the world. Read More »

Music Review: i am Love – ‘i am Love’

i am Love

‘i am Love’ is a collection of diverse songs that take listeners to the various corners of the band’s mind. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Simon and Garfunkel – The Complete Albums Collection’ Box Set a Must-Have for Fans

Simon and Garfunkel: The Complete Albums Collection

"Simon and Garfunkel: The Complete Albums Collection" is an incredible box set for the Simon and Garfunkel fans old, and yet to be. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Con – ‘I Choose You’ EP

Joe Con's 'I Choose You'

Joe Con puts together quite successfully hip-hop and folk in his newest EP, ‘I Choose You’. Read More »

Music Review: Sid Griffin – ‘The Trick Is to Breathe’

The Trick Is to Breathe

Sid Griffin's gentle new album is full of witty and ironic observations on love, war, and the music business. Read More »

Music Interview: Reno’s The Bonfire Set Puts the Contemporary in Contemporary Folk Rock

The Bonfire Set - On the Road

The Bonfire Set is a new folk rock group that both rocks with the best of them while offering songs designed to enlighten a new generation. Read More »

Music Review: Jesse Winchester – ‘A Reasonable Amount of Trouble’

A Reasonable Amount of Trouble

Singer/songwriter Jesse Winchester's final album is a gentle view into mortality and the poetry of life. Read More »

Music Review: Karen Haglof – ‘Western Holiday’

Western Holiday

Singer and guitarist Karen Haglof's debut is original, engaging and defies easy categorization. Read More »