2013

The Deep Dark Woods

Their new album, The Place I Left Behind confirms that The Deep Dark Woods capture lonesome yearning at its loveliest. The album illuminates folk traditions

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Hurray For The Riff Raff

Look Out Mama,  recorded in Nashville by producer Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes),  is the result of almost two years of Alynda Lee Segarra and her

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John Grant

After a breakthrough year that saw his exceptional solo debut “Queen Of Denmark” win MOJO’s Album of 2010, John Grant has created a follow-up that

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Ha Ha Tonka

Ultimately, what makes the Ha Ha Tonka brand of Southern rock so special is that it’s authentic, it’s effortless and it never comes across as

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The Lost Brothers

The Lost Brothers released TRAILS OF THE LONELY in November 2008 and spent the next two years touring and writing, honing their craft both as

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Mama Rosin

From the seemingly placid shores of Lake Geneva comes a sonic earthquake.  Fusing the old time French migrant music of Louisiana with garage rock’n’roll, Mama

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Dead Flamingoes

Dead Flamingoes are the combined talents of James Walbourne & Kami Thompson. James is the lead guitarist in the Pretenders (with Chrissie Hynde)  and previously

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Angel Olsen

Angel Olsen has a fresh edge to her sound, a warm and wonderful range, and an otherworldly skill and charm. Released on Bathetic Records, Half

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Phosphorescent

‘Muchacho’ is the latest album from Phosphorescent and the European tour kicks off in Kilkenny. “The sound is bigger, airier, and more mysterious than anything

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Larry And His Flask

“All That We Know” (Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club), the new Larry and His Flask album, is uncommonly joyous, sure, but also deviously astute. There’s the

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Ed Romanoff

Ed Romanoff’s 2012 self-titled debut is a gritty masterwork of melancholic and atmospheric Americana. It may have taken Ed a little over two years and

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