Tag: 'folk rock'

RRP Recommends The Lonely Wild – Snow When I started watching the new video for Snow, the opening track to The Lonely Wild's 2015 album Chasing White Light, I knew that I had to add one more to my fuzzy list of albums I've missed out on in 2015. >>
RRP Recommends Crepes – Size Of Your Town Size of Your Town is the latest single from Melbourne's Crepes. Taken from their debut EP Cold Summers, the track and its video pay homage to the regional Victorian town of Ballarat >>
News Listen to Beast – the new and final Pearl and the Beard album Beast, the final album from New York's Pearl and the Beard, is out today. You can listen to its splendour and gorgeousness right here. Pearl and the Beard's farewell show will take place on November 19th. >>
Rediscover Del Amitri РTwisted 1995 saw the release of Twisted, the fourth studio album by Scottish rockers Del Amitri. Prior to this album the band had enjoyed some success with singles such as Kiss This Thing Goodbye and Always The Last To Know. Known for their melodic folk sound with lyrics which focused on mainly love and loss, Twisted brought a change in both sound and line-up and Del Amitri's biggest success in the US singles chart. >>
Tracks Ben Watt – Nathaniel Nathaniel features surprisingly guitar-heavy crunch and a driving beat. It all starts to make sense, though, when you find out that Ben Watt can count Bernard Butler among his collaborators. >>
Tracks The Levellers – Fifteen Years Share I'd always thought that Levelling the Land represented a chart peak for The Levellers. Clearly I'd failed to observe that its self-titled follow-up reached number 2 in 1993, while … >>