Seattle based folk duo March to May’s album The Water’s Edge carefully balances classic styles with a modern twist.
Monthly Archive: July 2015
Bianca Jane’s ‘Forever’s Just A Word’ is just under four minutes of sonic adrenaline to blow you away.
Opening with ‘Northern Monkey’, alexthomasdavis’ The North starts off with the same energy and momentum that is found in his previous 30 releases.
With a healthy dose of classic rock and plenty of tongue in cheek naughtiness, Doug Cash offers his own brand of bluesy rock on his album The Acoustic Rock Onslaught.
Another Reyer remix for Boat Angel’s ‘Wings Of Glory”, with more beats and synths to lift your spirits.
Remixes are always an interesting thing to be faced with. In many cases they can provide a fascinating and creative reworking of an artist’s original material.
Some artists seem to operate as if they have some kind of dynamo inside them. Rick Shaffer – the guitarist from The Reds, who were active way back when – is no exception, with...
Bright and breezy, with a strong americana flavour, Bob Pressner’s Everyman oozes confidence and the self assured certainty of a songwriter who’s got the chops.
Swirling and folding in itself, opening track ‘It Takes Some Time’ seems to bend time as its loops repeat and build.
Sometimes music has the ability to create imagery that comes as a pleasant surprise and/or a shock. Once More, Autumn very much falls into that category.