Folk

  • Chaz Hearne: “Rise of the Voluminous” – folk writ large!

    The very first thing I learned while listening to the album “Rise of the Voluminous” by eclectic folk artist, Chaz Hearne, is that the defining question regarding any Hearne song is which Chaz Hearne he’ll be. Will it be the introspective, contemplative Hearne of slow-burning masterpieces like “Falling For Reason”...
  • Will Diehl: “Give It Time” lyrically empowers many others too!

    Will Diehl’s latest EP release, “Give It Time” beautifully walks the line between strong acoustic melodies and folk rock tendencies which capture the emotion Diehl puts into his tantalizing lyrics. The Manassas, VA singer-songwriter exhibits fluency when it comes to creating a mood that encapsulates the recording as a whole,...
  • Rev Peter Unger: “Grace Filled Man” – a sense of peace and serenity

    Within the title itself, “Grace Filled Man”, there is a sense of peace, serenity, and meditation in the deep spirit. Rev Peter Unger’s smooth and gentle delivery of the message of God completes the ultimate worship experience. With humility and absolute conviction in God’s dream, Unger draws the spirits...
  • Lyrics Of Two: “Let’s Make This Earth From House To Home”

    In a seemingly indefinite era of violence and indifference, philosophers can prove to be radicals by simply telling us what we should already know. The problem is that, all too often, we just don’t care. Marie Helen Abramyan and her award winning project Lyrics Of Two, for one, has...
  • The Mumford Music Experience: “On the Way Home” – fills the spirit

    Mumford & Sons took the world by storm using their raw mixture of acoustic melody, percussion, and that catchy little banjo to compliment the ensemble. Then the unassuming bunch of West London lads who started out with a bandolier full of anthems and a desire to share them at venues...
  • GSlide: “Survive A Girl’s Mind” – tight, well-layered, and high-caliber indie music

    GSlide is Bruce Carter (Guitars/Drums/Vocals), Dara Bradley (Vocals/Piano), Eimear Bradley (Vocals/Guitar) and David Sheehan (Bass). American-born Bruce Carter, the chief writer and producer started recording material in Cork, Ireland. In Cork, Carter became friends with local renown songwriting sister duo Dara and Eimear Bradley and began crafting music with...
  • Samantha Leon: “Bright Yellow Shoes” an easygoing, confident style

    Many entertainers want to make their presence as intense as possible to an appreciative audience. Samantha Leon captures everyone’s attention simply by just being her subtle talented self. Her manner is reserved and she is both singer and musician during her performances, solidly concentrating on creating perfection in her music...
  • Nordic Daughter: “Fly Away” – musical art in its purest, most sincere form

    In a recent exclusive interview, Melissa Lycan of Nordic Daughter explained that she had always identified with the project’s name as she is a woman of primarily Northern European descent. She had been using the name for the last 12 years, even before she, and her husband, Jason Lycan,...
  • Aurora D’Amico: “What You Knew Before” – the original spirit of folk

    An artist who boasts the sponsorship of companies such as Fender and G7th, Aurora D’Amico is a singer-songwriter from Palermo, Italy. She studied composition at Vincenzo Bellini’s Conservatory (Palermo), and is a winner of a Berklee Online College scholarship.  At the age of 15 Aurora set aside the piano...