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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Introducing: Otis Gibbs

Otis Gibbs has his talented hands spread wide and can easily be classified as a singer, songwriter, storyteller, painter and photographer. He runs a regular podcast called Thanks for Giving a Damn as well as hosting the widely popular Country Built on Pandora which finds its way to more than two million subscribers across the globe. He has been described in the past as “the best unknown songwriter in music today” but he remains fairly adamant that he is simply a folk singer.

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Introducing: Days Are Done

Days are Done just might be one of Britain’s best kept secrets. They are the quiet kind of band who can be found hidden away in coffee shops and trendy bars where their dedicated and adoring audience have the chance to listen to them in peace. Days are Done are a band that are truly deserving of your undivided attention and after just one song you’ll come to appreciate this; you’ll turn the music up and shut the whole world out just to hear them sing.

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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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Album Review: Bill Kirchen & Austin de Lone

Transatlanticana very well might just be one of the most interesting musical projects of 2017. Brought to life by music legends Bill Kirchen and Austin de Lone who have come together once again, each bringing the unique and enviable talents of their own loyal band members to share more than 30 years worth of work and to pay homage to the roots they have each planted around the globe.

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Album Review: Torgeir Waldemar – No Offending Borders

Torgeir Waldemar has spent the vast majority of his life as a guitar player for a variety of rock bands up until a couple of years ago when he took the Norweigian music scene by storm with his debut solo album concentrating purely on his acoustic talents. Since then he has been working hard to further his solo career and enhance his ever expanding pool of talent.

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Album Review: Alison Krauss – Windy City

There are a few artists on this planet that will release something new, and more often than not get it spot on. Alison Krauss is one of those. Whether it be with the phenomenal Union Station, collaborations like that with Robert Plant – or solo, which this new record is (her first for over 15 years) – you know instantly the quality will be there.

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Introducing: Crying Day Care Choir

Crying Day Care Choir might have a somewhat suspicious name if we’re brutally honest, but we assure you that it’s not nearly as strange as it sounds. This actually refers to the concept that a group of crying children are actually capable of creating musical harmony. This interesting concept is picked up by a vibrant and uplifting Swedish trio who are some of the hardest working musicians on the Swedish folk scene today.

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