Tag: folk

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July 25, 2020

REVIEW : Roemer - Straight Bars and Guns

Roemer is a stripped-back acoustic/indie folk project. If you’re anything like me, folk has to be some really special to catch my attention—a quirky vocal style, effective use of harmonies, skilful playing, or best of all hard-hitting and/or poignant lyrics. If it has one or more of those, I’m more likely to pay attention.… Continued →

July 21, 2020

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February 29, 2020

Har Adonai Releases New Album "Now is Golden", Makes a Fan Out of Me

I’ve known Adam Rosenfeld for several years since his days running Men of Israel Records, the home of Man Alive in their early years. He has been making music under a number of different names for the past 2 decades and now has unveiled his latest project, Har Adonai. He takes indie rock and folk, combines it in one explosive push of the mix button on the blender and creates a sonic masterpiece only he could make.… Continued →

February 11, 2020

December 7, 2019

REVIEW : Humble Feet

Every so often a reviewer decides to review an album purely out of appreciation for the album that they just heard, and in the case of Humble Feet‘s debut album, that certainly holds true. For those unfamiliar with them, Humble Feet is an acoustic husband-wife duo. Their music is highly melodic, orchestral, and deeply rooted in Scripture.… Continued →

December 6, 2019

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October 11, 2019

Mission House - I Don't Have Much (Official Lyric Video)

The very talented duo known as Mission House have just released their second single off the upcoming 7 song “Self Titled” project due out November 1st via Integrity Music. Lush arrangement with a moving and emotional core consisting of Taylor and Jess’s ethereal, heavenly voices is pure joy. Meant to inspire, leading one into a prayerful meditation and focus on pure worship, this group is certainly one to keep your eyes/ears on.… Continued →

September 29, 2019

Orion Walsh - Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (Music Video)

Sower Records has posted a music video for the Orion Walsh song “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” over on YouTube and you can check it out below. Make sure to follow Orion Walsh on facebook and instagram @orionwalshmusic. Orion Walsh released “The Foreigner” Ep via Indie Vision Music last spring and it is available now through all digital networks or on CD right here.… Continued →

July 12, 2019

April 30, 2019

Orion Walsh "The Foreigner Ep" Now Available

Due to a vacation recently, I was unable to post this news nugget as well as other urgent news. So with that said, I am here to tell you that the long awaited new 5 song ep from Orion Walsh, has now released and is ready to purchase/stream. You can purchase in high quality format via bandcamp right here, or from your digital network of choice including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and many others.… Continued →

April 11, 2019

March 12, 2019

Orion Walsh (Slow Coming Day) to Release New Ep on Indie Vision Music April 26th

I am pleased to announce that Slow Coming Day front man/songwriter, Orion Walsh, will release his new ep “The Foreigner” on Indie Vision Music April 26th 2019. Orion Walsh has been an active member of the music community for nearly two decades now, first recording in the and Three for Flinching, then with Slow Coming Day, while also racking up a hefty amount of truly wonderful “solo” releases.… Continued →

March 10, 2019

REVIEW : Good Saint Nathanael - Hide No Truth

If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re aware of Nate Allen. Released a ton of folk-punk albums with wife Tessa as Destroy Nate Allen. DNA was energetic, fun, and although there was always a message, it was generally focused outward (“Jesus, Keep us Safe from the Cops” and “Boobie Bar” come to mind).… Continued →

March 9, 2019

REVIEW : Heath McNease - Be Clean Again

Be Clean Again feels like a Sunday. The weather is somber, you’re feeling introspective, and everything just seems rather slow. Very little of Heath McNease’s latest effort (save for “Believe”) could be deemed upbeat from a musical or lyrical standpoint. This album is 54 minutes of slow hip-hop meets folk, never lacking in sincerity or seriousness.… Continued →

February 19, 2019