Timelessly impressive, talented and purposeful with his writing and musicianship – the songs of Chris Watkins/Drunk Poets are always worth taking the time out to experience.
Beautifully poetic, melodic and dreamy progressions create a hypnotically intimate vibe from the outset as the brand new album from O Memorie softly rains down.
An artist of impressively poetic roots and immersive musical heights, Stuart Pearson has released a multitude of original projects in recent years, not least of all the superbly creative, dark Americana album Mojave.
Leading with the simple, raw strum of an acoustic guitar, and dreamy, soulful vocals that capture the essence and imagery of the song beautifully…
Wonderful – perhaps their best yet, but at the very least a strong reminder of the Birds Over Arkansas creative reach.
The UK’s own Lochlan Shaw releases an acoustic debut EP that consistently holds close to his profoundly considerate, fearlessly open manner of writing and performing.
Singer and songwriter Dave Vargo excels himself once more with the beautifully poetic, simple yet striking Fault Lines.
Incorporating all manner of moods and musical styles, with a variety of organic folk instruments from clarinet to mandolin and cello, The Azure Sea proves all at once a treat for the real music fans, and an artistic snapshot of the times we’re living in.
Great acoustic guitar-work quickly soothes the soul – the live sound that the band so faultlessly deliver works gorgeously in this context.
The work of a songwriter extraordinaire, whom you’d be forgiven for considering as one of the professionals of a simpler time; hiding under some new AKA for authenticity or a fresh audience.
There’s solace and escapism in poetry and writing past and present, and Alex celebrates precisely this throughout the catchy and wonderfully heartfelt single and video.
You’re on a journey, listening, but also weaving in your own memories and sense of nostalgia, of longing for the carefree days and considering the painful ache of regret all at once.