Album Review: Sam Densmore – Open Marriage

Portland based singer-songwriter Sam Densmore has produced a number of albums since he first started his career in music and it was with grateful hands that we picked up his latest offering, Open Marriage; a cheerful and eager album filled with experimental folk and country vibes that will help get your blood pumping.

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EP Review: Dig Deeper – Stars Tonight

Norwegian based band Dig Deeper have been bringing their unique blend of 80s alternative folk rock to the world for a fair number of years now and over the last few years their influence has been steadily spreading further and further afield from their homeland. 2017 sees the release of their latest EP Stars Tonight and it’s a musical triumph that will doubtless spread their name further still.

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EP Review: India Electric Co. – India Electric Co.

India Electric Co. are an astoundingly talented and unique duo who have been sought influence from music across the world and transformed the folk music scene. This year sees the release of their follow-up to their debut album two years ago, a self-titled five-track EP that brings their phenomenal talents to life.

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Album Review: Sound Of The Sirens – For All Our Sins

Sound of the Sirens are one of the most charmingly engaging female folk-rock duos who are working on the music circuit today. It has been with bated breath for many a month that we have been waiting for the release of their debut album For All Our Sins and we were so far from disappointed.

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Album Review: Mount Song – Mount Song

Mount Song is the new and exciting venture from the multi-talented band lead by Swedish singer-songwriter Jacob Johansson. You may very well know him as the man behind the immensely critically acclaimed album born from his previous musical project, Det Stora Monstret which was promptly crowned the Swedish album of the year upon its release back in 2014.

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