Tag Archives: folk

MOON OVER MOUNTAIN – The Colors of Life

September 14, 2019

Moon Over Mountain 2018 Coloradan duo paint the world in ocher and look for solid, and spiritual, ground on their debut. “This moment is happening”: one would expect a “carpe diem” kind of approach from a band with a motto … Continue reading

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WALTER HOLLAND – Storyteller: Part 1

August 1, 2019

Coriolis 2019 As golden fields lie just before him, American maven of immersion sources alternative sort of ambience to mine a folk vein. It’s been 30 years since this artist served up his last cosmic epistle and started creating the … Continue reading

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PAUL BRETT – Songs From The Compleat Angler

March 22, 2019

Paul Brett 2009 Calm, quiet and innocent: an old-time manual on pastoral existence brought to life by British guitarist. Since 1653, when it was first published, “The Compleat Angler” has been out of print only once – only the Bible … Continue reading

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BRIGHTSIDE BLUE – Between Worlds

January 23, 2019

BrightSide Blue 2018 Unhurried rapture from Californian pair who captivate their environment with charm and dance. It takes two to attain a balanced sensual delight, the point and the method declared by this duo’s 2017 debut EP “Two Hearts, One … Continue reading

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PAUL BRETT – Suite Viator 12

January 14, 2019

Viral Discs 2017 Have guitar, will travel: British veteran goes beyond mere demonstration of his handiwork’s unlimited abilities. “Viator” means “traveler” – and travel is what Paul Brett has been doing for decades, in both geographical and music terms; it … Continue reading

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