Tag Archives: folk

MATT SMITH – Parlor

November 19, 2020

6 String Ranch 2020 Carpe diem on unplugged terms: Texan six-stringer gives a new lease of life to a tuneful heirloom. Here’s the sort of record one would expect from Matt Smith after looking up the Austin artist’s profile, wherein … Continue reading

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MOON OVER MOUNTAIN – Champagne And Brass

July 22, 2020

Moon Over Mountain 2020 Bubbling and brazen but nuanced, American’s band’s second effort welcomes fellow travelers to the other side of midnight. There was something amateurishly indecisive about where to go with their reveries on this duo’s debut record, yet … Continue reading

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HENRIK CEDERBLOM – Zobop

April 1, 2020

Kakafon 2019 Starting on a solo path, Gothenburg guitarist opens delightful vistas for the whole world to marvel at. It’s not so often that fusion and folk – given the former’s fixation with funk – make comfortable bedfellows, but this … Continue reading

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STEVE EULBERG – Between The Tracks

December 20, 2019

Owl Mountain Music 2019 Californian folkgrass aficionado forms perfect fingerstyle figures on fretboard that may lead to paradise. There are many strings to Steve Eulberg’s creativity, what with the acclaimed artist being well-versed in history, teaching and a bit of … Continue reading

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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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