New(ish) album from Hiss Golden Messenger fills up my lo-fi folk catalog with new album “Bad Debt”. Listen to a few tracks and join in.
Another “b-side” or alternate take from the upcoming album Last of the Country Gentlemen from Josh T. Pearson. A must hear.
A new track from an “old” album – enjoy ‘Mother Song’ from the reissue of The Wilderness of Manitoba’s Hymns of Love & Spirits.
Missed an obvious connection of two bands that both had new albums this week. They have a split 12″ release from last year! Loch Lomond and The Builders and the Butchers!
New album from The Builders and the Butchers released today – find two tracks from this raw bluegrass of a release!
Two tracks I found on fellow bloggers websites…and I thought I would share! Enjoy Churchill and Jeremiah Nelson both featuring songs from upcoming albums.
Enjoy a fantastic video from Ben Caplan from a recent visit to Vancouver and his appointment on the Green Couch.
New album announced for Timber Timbre is something to look forward to, hear the lead off single “Black Water” now!
Find a quick post on an album fro 2010 that I missed! Fellow Winnipeg, Del Barber and his “Love Songs For The Last Twenty”.
One of the best albums I have heard in a long time will see it’s release next month, until then listen to “Women, When I’ve Raised Hell” from Josh T. Pearson.
Watch the new video for “Lift the Shadow From This Heart” from the upcoming Hezekiah Jones album! Your exclusive first full listen to the track here on Slowcoustic.
A little bit of everything today. You will get me feeling good about myself, new albums from Rural Alberta Advantage, Low Anthem and stuff from Conrad Plymouth and Psalmships!
Enjoy “O’ Ontario” from Zachary Lucky via his recently aired Green Couch Session.
Holcombe Waller does more than justice to the classic song “Jolene” from Dolly Parton – listen to him make Dolly proud and give the rest of us chills.
Upcoming album from Slow down, Molasses provides an excellent example of how to grow into your sound with “Walk into the Sea” – due March 15th, 2011!