Little Things Buried In Concrete by LogOut Another fantastic artist out of the Greek label – Inner ear. This one has a bit of folk, a bit of post rock and even some indie pop mixed together into a great musical experience.
soundtracks by Cy Marshall The story about this release is quite odd: Cy Marshall is a Montréal based musician who died in 1973 and in his lifetime he recorded some strange folk songs & experimental music for films. now, for the first time, his music is being released as a triple LP. i couldn’t find
Lost No Labor by Soft Cat This music belongs to the great wide outdoors, it has that cinematic “feel” to it that reminds me scenes from old epic western movies.
Zelie by Arlo Aldo Arlo Aldo creates something that is between John Denver and Bonnie Prince Billy. They show us that folk could definitely be exciting!
There is No End to the World, and Nothing Can Shatter the Earth by Holiday Rambler Holiday Rambler reminds me some folk & blues old school singer-songwriters such as Mississippi John Hurt, it has that kind of depression-era feel about it as if he stands at the city gates & sings to all the pilgrims
Nobody Dances in This Town by He's My Brother She's My Sister Listening to this album is pure fun! Folk, garage rock, country, americana, rock & roll, smooth voices – all in one of a hell eclectic album!
Ships of Sticks and Twine – EP by Chris Rubeo Guitar, mandolin, bells, banjo, vocals, piano, bass, drums, violin, trombone, accordion and a lot of Quiet
S/T by Brother Sun, Sister Moon This duo consists of Alicia Merz and Gareth Munday, and creates something that is dreamy with a touch of electronic harshness. You get to travel between Gareth’s post dubstep and Alicia’s Minimalist dream pop into this unique sound that just keeps you coming back for more.
the range of light wilderness by The Range of Light Wilderness It’s the late summer sun glittering all over the windshield. You’re driving in the evening with the windows down. You’re planning your sweet future in you head while you drive. This album is playing on the stereo, and suddenly you’re driving back in time,
Height of Winter by Cassie Lopez Beautiful and minimalistic songs, delicately played on a ukulele while above lays the gentle voice of Cassie Lopez. A gentle & dreamy album.