Lucy And The Night Sky Releases Second Album ‘Light Needs the Dark’

They say never judge a book by its cover, and likewise never judge a band by its name, but when you hear a name like ‘Lucy And The Night Sky’, the curiosity is piqued, and you get more than a suspicion that this is going to be a band who produces interesting music.

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We Premiere Jaco’s ‘Shoe’ – Taking Us Back To A Gentler Time

With a sound reminding us of the likes of Syd Barrett’s Pink Floyd, The Who, and even Jethro Tull, the psych folk/rock vibe of Birmingham Alabama artist Jaco’s song ‘Shoe’ takes us back to a time when things were a lot simpler, if in reality not too different politically. The song is from Jaco’s album, ‘You Know’, released today June 19 on Cornelius Chapel Records.

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Billy Harvey ‘Frozen Through’ From Re-Issue Of Classic Album ‘Pie’

The unhurried folk-rock vocals of Billy Harvey shine on ‘Frozen Through’, from the remastered release of his classic album, ‘Pie’, which originally came out back in 2004.

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Holy Moly & The Crackers – ‘Take A Bite’

Released on 5 April this year through Pink Lane Records, ‘Take A Bite’, by Holy Moly & The Crackers is a fast paced romp with a female vocalist whose seductively rich tones could give Imelda May a run for her money.

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NO STRINGS ATTACHED – Arizona’s Meat Puppets Return With Original Line Up For New Album ‘Dusty Notes’

Best known for their appearance on Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance in 1993, Meat Puppets have been quietly churning out consistently fine records in a variety of genres for the best part of 40 years.

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‘Marnie’ From Bay Area Rockers China Is A Retro Sounding Track From A Retro Sounding Album

‘Marnie’ is taken from the album, ‘And Then Nothing Happened’, from Bay Area based folk-rock band, China. A retro sounding track that would easily find a home on the soundtrack of an old west themed film or TV series. The album is set for release on 22 Febuary, via Royal Oakie Records.

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WHO’S THE DADDY? – Levellers Launch Competition To Win A Five-Day Recording Session At Metway Studios

Punk folk-rockers, The Levellers, are launching a new competition with a five-day studio session up for grabs.

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Steven Graves – ‘How Long’

Singer songwriter Steven Graves brings his west coast roots to the table when he writes his music. Coming from Southern California he is able to channel the great folk rock artists of the 60s and early 70s, such as The Eagles, Graham Parsons, and Jackson Browne, among others. He combines it with a tinge of country, inspiring him to share the raw version of himself and his life.

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RAGE AGAINST THE DYING OF THE LIGHT – Robert Plant Keeps The Flame Burning On Carry Fire

Robert Plant has been enjoying a late career renaissance since 2007’s excellent Raising Sand collaboration with country/bluegrass singer Alison Krauss. Carry Fire, his 11th solo studio album,…

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Folk-Rock Trio The Ghibertins – ‘The Less I Know The Better’

‘The Less I Know the Better’ is the new single from Milan-based folk rock band The Ghibertins, released on the 14th July via Mob Sound Records.

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October Wish “Caught Up in This Lie”

October Wish, hailing from Melbourne, Australia, have a sound which can be described as “dazzling epic songwriting meets earthy organic folk-rock”. The duo, comprising Matt Leffanue and Sarah Gurry, have released their debut single, ‘Caught Up In This Lie’, a track which delves deep into the darkest depths of deceit.

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Folk Rock Artist Mackin Carroll Drops New EP ‘Damascus’

Folk rock is making a comeback this year and we couldn’t be more delighted over it. Mackin Carroll is one of the rising artists in this genre, with his second EP, ‘Damascus’ just released we decided to find out a little more about this LA-based star who also fronts The Nova Darlings.

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Nobody Rains on Stormy Mondays’ Parade

With a career that includes playing with Bruce Springsteen and having their music played on the Endeavour Space Shuttle, folk rock band Stormy Mondays have come a long way from their start playing on the streets in their native Asturias, Northern Spain.

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