Album Review: The Milk Carton Kids – The Only Ones

It has been almost a decade since the release of The Milk Carton Kids’ debut albums (and yes, that is a plural – both Prologue and Retrospect were released in 2011 and still remain free to download to this day). The Only Ones is their latest and eight album release in almost as many years and it remains gloriously stuck to their roots as contemporary folk Extraordinaire’s.

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Album Review: Luke Jackson – Journals

Luke Jackson is one of the most outstanding young musicians to have emerged in recent years and from album to album and show to show, he has constantly grown up and evolved his music to create tracks that are each more perfect than the last. His latest release Journals is a beautiful and reflective look at the world that amplifies his talents once again and takes them to a grander stage.

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Album Review: Twelfth day – Face to Face

Twelfth Day are a hauntingly beautiful young Scottish duo with an overwhelming passion for music that is almost unrivalled in modern music. Despite the pair concentrating their efforts on just their violin and pedal harp, over the years the duo have completely shirked the concept of genre and instead focussed on surprising their listeners with a wealth of music that consistently defies both categorisation and expectations.

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