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#songoftheday: Cat Stevens - Father and Son

Sometimes you associate a song with a particularly emotional time or moment in your life, and anytime you hear it played, you’re right back in that moment. 37 more words


Album Review: Woods - With Light and With Love

In talking to Pitchfork ahead of Woods’ seventh LP, 2012′s Bend Beyond, songwriter Jeremy Earl, along with multi-instrumentalist and recording guru Jarvis Taveniere, spoke about a cleaner sound for Woods and hinted that their home recording might have run its course, with traditional studios seeming the next logical step.  596 more words

Album Reviews

A Folk Rock Kind of Night

I stumbled across Limerick-based Hermitage Green on Spotify a little over a month ago, and I am so glad I did! Had this not happened, I wouldn’t have been at The Academy in Dublin at their gig on April 17th. 211 more words


Jake Bugg Album review: Shangri Lu

The Hound gives this album 3 out of 5 stars

Young artists with promise are refreshing. Young artists with promise who understand the level of maturity their music deserves are the ones who may actually make it. 630 more words

Music Reviews

HJALTALIN - " Etheral " live on Sunnudagsmorgan TV

Nogin from the Icelandic Folk band performs a stunningly chilled and goose bump making track live on Icelandic TV


949. Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan

Brief Background: Bringing It All Back Home was recorded over three days in January of 1965 and released in March of that year. Side A of the Album is electric and Side B is acoustic, signifying Dylan’s movement further away from the folk community. 289 more words