TE Yates: Strange Weather

TE Yates: Strange Weather

Bristol based musician TE Yates released his latest EP in November 2021, before promoting it on a short tour before Christmas.  Entitled Strange Weather, the six tracks take a canter through the sound of Americana, immense danceability being a key feature. Lead track...

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Ewan MacFarlane: Always Everlong

Ewan MacFarlane: Always Everlong

Former Grim Northern Social frontman and long-time member of electro maestros Apollo 440, Ewan MacFarlane this week releases Always Everlong, an album of music he "always needed to make".  Writing throughout lockdown and uploading a song an evening to YouTube for much...

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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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Seafoam Green: Martin’s Garden

Seafoam Green: Martin’s Garden

Irish duo Seafoam Green, released a new album, Martin's Garden, at the beginning of June that encompasses a whole range of musical styles, whilst ostensibly being under the Americana label. Muireann McDermott Long and Dave O'Grady, now based in Liverpool, have crafted...

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Sam Robbins: Finally Feeling Young

Sam Robbins: Finally Feeling Young

Finally Feeling Young, the debut album from Nashville based singer songwriter Sam Robbins, might seem an unusual title for a musician not long out of college but this belies the two year crafting process, seeing Sam move from adolescent to adulthood, song by song. ...

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Adam Douglas: Better Angels

Adam Douglas: Better Angels

Adam Douglas' music is incredibly hard to categorise and incredibly easy to listen, dance and sing along to.  Taking in country, blues, pop and rock with hints of gospel tinged soul, Adam's new album, Better Angels, is a masterpiece of writing and performing across a...

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Jesse Brewster: The Lonely Pines

Jesse Brewster: The Lonely Pines

Jesse Brewster is a singer songwriter who has always been on the move so it's not surprising that his latest album, The Lonely Pines, is full of songs about moving on.  Now based in San Francisco, Jesse was brought up California and Hawaii, attending ten schools by...

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