In recent years there have been only a handful of artists who’ve written in this sort of dramatic, passionate acoustic fashion. For the most part, it’s a style of music reserved for powerful & important storytelling.
Dustin Chapman’s voice bursts through the acoustic set-up with absolute emotion and soul, proving an immediately appealing highlight of his sound, and effectively drawing you in closer for a better listen.
A chaotically whirling Western tune, designed to get those knees up and the whole crowd dancing – lost entirely in the raw energy of the performance – Been Bad For Me is a uniquely impressive blend of country-rock and blues that’s quick to leave its mark.
The new single introduces Matt’s style in a quickly likable, respectable manner. These intricate vocal qualities, the artistic nature of the whole and indeed the production style, all emerge with equal parts intrigue and satisfying familiarity.
Brilliant music, refreshing songwriting in a timeless style. A beautiful pair of songs that are well worth knowing about this lock-down – particularly for those who feel so far away from their loved ones.
Instrumentally raw yet impressive, showcasing the best of the live-band aspect of GREYE, Lucky kicks into gear with the soulful roar of Hannah Summer’s raspy and powerful rock vocal.
Driving with the soulful swagger of Americana, Anna Farquhar’s Boy is an addictively rhythmic & satisfying new single, which pours into the room with sublime production & passion united amidst a powerful hit of impressive songwriting.
From the climate to social justice, history, health, war, refugees, pointlessness, by way of undeniable Gypsy-folk prowess & lashings of addictive, memorable melodies.
Much in the way that the soundtrack to shows like Sons Of Anarchy offered these intimate recordings of songs that touched on broad, intriguing concepts, Union Town leads with a clear-cut, acoustic presentation.
An Americana classic with a certain contemporary softness that quickly brings it right through to the modern day. Smiling not only sounds stylistically satisfying, organic and shoulder-swaying, soulful and melodically addictive, but it means something brilliantly real, too.
Storming into 2020 with an unwavering love for classic rock and roll, Second Hand Mojo combine seductive rock groves with powerful, satisfying songwriting, delivering an EP that’s a total joy to let play at volume.
Fifteen original tracks from one of our generation’s most uniquely expressive, talented, and prolific songwriters.