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Album | Gill Landry – Gill Landry

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Gill Landry’s self-titled third album is a collection of tales from someone who has learned proceeding with caution might be best for survival. The Louisiana native and long-time Old Crow Medicine Show member has created one of those go-to records…

Album | Dawes – All Your Favorite Bands

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The fourth album from Los Angelas based foll-rock band, Dawes, proves to be a phenomenal addition to their discography. Produced in Nashville by David Rawlings, All Your Favorite Bands features nine new original recordings written by guitarist and vocalist Taylor…

Album | Dar Williams – Emerald

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At this point in her career, some 20-odd years later, Dar Williams needs no real introduction. An American icon in her own right, the prolific pop/folk singer-songwriter and political activist has earned her spot in the States as one of…

Album | Barna Howard – Quite A Feelin’

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Portland, Oregon-based singer-songwriter Barna Howard made quite a splash in the indie folk community following the release of his self-titled debut album back in 2012. With the assistance of nothing more than a trusty acoustic guitar, Howard’s initial piece drew…

Album | Eaves – What Green Feels Like

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The hushed, twinkling guitar intro of ‘Pylons’ sets the scene for a beautiful collection of songs on Eaves’ debut album, What Green Feels Like. The song’s mysterious indie-folk sound roars into a more ferocious second half, ablaze with bass and…