Leo Sawikin: Row My Way

Leo Sawikin: Row My Way

Folk rock artist Leo Sawikin's new album, Row Me Away, is a look into the world around us from the point of view of an old soul in a young body. Feeling simultaneously old and new, familiar and strange, the songs are full of angst and a longing for something more and...

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Rachael Sage: Poetica

Rachael Sage: Poetica

Like so many other artists in the pandemic, Rachael Sage found herself to be a creative without an outlet.  Where Rachael differs though is that she took advantage of the break from live music to turn to poetry which eventually turned into the spoken word album,...

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Sarah McQuaid: The St Buryan Sessions

Sarah McQuaid: The St Buryan Sessions

Spanish born, American raised and now living in Cornwall, singer songwriter Sarah McQuaid is shortly releasing the St. Buryan Sessions, a live album (without audience) recorded in her local church.  Coming in response to the pandemic, when live music was no longer...

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Christy Bellis: Human Nature

Christy Bellis: Human Nature

Christy Bellis' debut EP, Human Nature is a fresh look at the age old dilemmas posed by dating and relationships in the twenty first century. An intoxicating mashup between Marina and Billy Eilish with an Eighties influenced blend of musical genres explore sexual...

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Reaven: (Be) For Tomorrow

Reaven: (Be) For Tomorrow

French band Reaven, comprising Roméo Bassi (Lead Singer-Guitarist) and Vincent Fernandes (Drummer-Vocalist) recently released an EP, (Be) For Tomorrow, ahead of a full album at a later date.  Coming together and creating their first band in 2004, aged 14, the pair...

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Otherish

Otherish

Coming together in Bristol, the four core members of Otherish hail from Belfast (three being born in the same house) and Winchester.   Brothers Mark and Paul Bradley, and neighbour Francis Kane have been working with Winchester-raised George Claridge for over 30...

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Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs: Through the Smoke

In our first review since the end of our Summer hiatus, we're looking at an album released at the end of July.  Montana based bluegrass musicians Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs recorded their fourth studio album earlier this year and have produced a record full of...

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El Misti: All Is Lost

El Misti: All Is Lost

Liverpool / Cheshire collective El Misti, headed by Paddy Bleakley and Kieran Gilchrist, release their second album, 'All Is Lost' next week.  Ostensibly falling under the Americana label, the album starts off at the country end of that umbrella before progressing...

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