Lo-Fi tunes from Cohen’s album Lo-Fi. They are lo-fi.
Find a new discovery of lo-fi goodness. This is what real “folk” music is supposed to be like – enjoy a sampler of 6 tracks for perusal!
Head back to 2006 for possibly my favourite album of the year: Jason Molina. Look ahead to tomorrow (if you are in New York) for a recommended show: The Black Atlantic!
Just thought these videos from Edinburgh’s own Withered Hand needed to get posted. While it takes a bit to get each started they show what I always expected them to be.
The title track to the new EP “Racehorse” from The Singleman Affair is featured. A great track to ease into your weekend with, you deserve it!
Thursday’s perfect Slowcoustic track from Serena Matthews. Enjoy “Thursday Dawn” from this young folk songstress.
Monday playlist featuring The Middle East, White Hinterland, Emily Jane White, Ghostkeeper, Glass Cake and Share!
Enjoy two recommendations for today for “Lisa Will Insult You, Darling” (with mp3) and “Evening Chorus” (with new video)!
…another little gem from the banjo laden songstress Julia Kotowski or “Entertainment For The Braindead”. Enjoy 2 tracks from the release and link to full album download!
So you know I am a fan of Joe O’Connell’s…Elephant Micah persona. It is just so good…his vocals simply kiss the landscape of his open prairie folk fusion sound.
With the addition of Drake to the established sound of Damien, we definitely move to the aforementioned gothic part – these songs are just small vignettes of small town life…
So if you are a regular reader of this site (what?) you might have noticed a bit of a slow down in posts the last few weeks. I’m sorry, bad music blogger – I know!
[Ramblings about favourite days of the week, other blogs and complete with tracks from The Deep Dark Woods, Shelley Miller (and video) and PR Inbox stories!]
This guy just seems to keep coming up on my daily listening adventures due to his great “Gets It On” album from a few years back.
The album is overflowing with ballads meant to be merely whispered to the one next to you…often accompanied by a piano and/or a lone guitar strummed at half speed…