Folk

West of Mabou – West of Mabou

February 23, 2017 Shawn Thicke 0

8/10 St. Patrick’s Day is soon upon us, and you know what that means; drinking, more drinking, WAY too much drinking, and, of course, Irish drinking songs. I can’t think of a better album to […]

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Edward Middle – PLUTO

February 20, 2017 Keenan Kerr 0

8/10 Get your spacesuits, muthasuckas, we’re gettin’ naked! I know that doesn’t make sense, but neither does this album – it’s running wild; it’s outta this world; it’s from another planet. Sorry, NASA nerds, and […]

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Cheshire Carr -Odds and Ends

January 23, 2017 Aaron Deck 0

9/10 Hailing from Montreal, Cheshire Carr released their first studio album, Odds and Ends, in November of 2016. It’s an amalgamation of soft, sweet vocals from three different members. While Ariel Harrod’s vocals are featured […]

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Orchards – Pilot EP

January 14, 2017 Jordan Hodgins 0

6/10 Montreal based Canadiana quartet Orchards, recently launched their debut Pilot EP in December of 2016. Comprised of members Kaitlin Smith, Rob Malo, and Jean-Michel Chartier, the band comes together to invoke a bluegrass-folk-pop feel […]

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Juliana & Jesse – In Time

December 6, 2016 Shawn Thicke 0

9/10 There is just some music that is best suited for travel. Only some artists know how to truly capture the excitement of a plane taking off, a scenic train ride, or a dysfunctional road […]

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J. Allen – Worry Not

October 8, 2016 Aaron Deck 0

5/10 Production value is an imperative thing when recording. It’s one of those rare, unsung heroes that can make or break any album. Anyone, or their dog, can hook up the ole pro-tools in their […]

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Randy Aloysius – Yesterday (part 1)

October 2, 2016 Aaron Deck 1

7/10 “Wow! That’s the best guitar/bass/drum solo I’ve ever heard,” said no one ever while listening to a folk album. There’s a reason for that. Folk is a gentle brand of music meant to make […]

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