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Threshold –  The Mutineers (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Pitching the vocal perfection of The Civil Wars onto often hard rocking back beats, The Mutineers, capture the heart of what Americana music is, in that they sound like the sweet and sour pulse of that country’s musical heart. A … Continue reading

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Arrow – Ciara O’Neill (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

With her previous album being well received amongst critics and buyers alike and the double single of Hurtin’ /Dreamer already hinting at the delicate folk goodness that her second full album was going to deliver, Arrow’s promotional work had largely … Continue reading

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Strangers We Meet – The Black Feathers (Bird in Hand Records) Reviewed by Dave Franklin

I often think of a bands live performance verses their CD recordings as being a bit like the book verses film analogy. The CD (or film) is merely the captured essence of the live show (book) and with even the … Continue reading

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