Classic country rock & roll pours through from one track to the next as Alberta’s Daniel Besuijen offers up his brand new album of unpredictable, interesting stories & songs.
Organic guitar finger-picking with a mildly effected, almost medieval-style tone leads us into this acoustic & passionate delivery from Melbourne couple Julius & Cheryl Bergado.
Yes And No Band have a certain endearing humility about their music, and indeed regarding their online presence. The songs mean something very real & powerful, which is clear…
Gritty blues-rock bliss & Americana warmth both meet with thoughtful, captivating story-telling throughout this conceptually engaging new album from songwriter & artist Ruborg.
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Following on from the single of the same name, Benjamin Andrews kicks off the final quarter of 2020 with an album of originals designed to shine light amidst the difficulties of life.
What Smith does is redirect our understanding, and call out to those who are older and have experienced more of life and the world, to let them know they are seen, and they matter – more than ever before.
Wonderful syncopated guitar riffs and piano work introduce Burning Bridges, a zesty and confident piece of modern country, which rattles along at a fair old pace with some terrific vocals from Bree Taylor.
Chris Ising’s return this summer brings a brilliant reminder of the passionate, soulful sound he brings to contemporary country music.
Long time favorite Damian Sage emerges this summer with a beautiful piano ballad – the delicacy of the keys contrasting gorgeously with the natural rasp and emotional grit of his voice.
The subtle quirk of that off-kilter twang, the marching rhythm, the contemporary references, the rise and fall dynamic of the verse lines – everything plays its part and resolves in a brilliantly comforting way
There are enough disparate rhythms, unexpected melodic developments and snatched moments of character that help set Dream Catcher apart from a lot of its rivals. It feels authentic and McMillan sells it well.