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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Album Review: Anna Coogan – The Lonely Cry of Space and Time

Anna Coogan, a former fisheries biologist turned ecological rock musician is a deeply passionate and empowering artist who has the power to turn hearts and minds with her emotional songs. Years in the making, The Lonely Cry of Space and Time is her monumental second album that tackles a multitude of issues all the while burning like a fire in the darkness.

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EP Review: Harry Pane – The Wild Winds

Harry Pane is a talented young singer-songwriter hailing from Northamptonshire who is still a relative newcomer to the music industry but in the last couple of years he has been making greater and greater waves. He recently released his second EP The Wild Winds and it’s an incredible sign of great things to come.

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Album Review: Sweet Gum Tree – Sustain the Illusion

Sweet Gum Tree is the musical mind-child of French troubadour Arno Sojo who has been wowing the world with his immersive and alternative take on pop music. This year we are lucky enough to see the release of his second album Sustain the Illusion which is a musical marvel that can be revelled in time and again.

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EP Review: The Trials of Cato – The Trials of Cato

The Trials of Cato are a band who understand that things take time. Nothing happens overnight and they are more than happy to put in the time and the effort to ensure that what they produce is breathtaking. Formed in Beirut back in 2015, the band roamed the country tweaking and adjusting their music according to their tastes until they settled on a sound that is unarguably their own. Close to two formative years later the band released their debut self-titled EP which is four tracks of pure joy for any folk fan.

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Album Review: Brent Cobb – Shine On Rainy Day

Despite being a relative newcomer to the music industry, there has been a lot of eager ears waiting for the day when country folk singer-songwriter Brent Cobb would release his debut album and none of those ears will be disappointed today. Shine on a Rainy day treats his fans to a Georgia inspired look at life from his perspective and it packs a punch with every single note.

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