Tag: 'indie folk'

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 Mountains of the Moon – Translucent Amber Translucent Amber is the debut release by Swedish folk rock band Mountains of the Moon. As debuts go, it's up there with the loveliest and the warmest. >>
RRP Recommends Cavalry – Soak Atmosphere. By God there's some of it floating around at the start of Soak, the new track from Liverpool's Cavalry. >>
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 >>
RRP Recommends The Good Life – The Troubadour’s Green Room All aboard for jangly, echoey guitar work and innately melancholy vocals! If you like Real Estate and The Go-Betweens (and a hearty congratulations if you do) then you should find much to love in The Troubadour's Green Room, the latest track to be released from Everybody's Coming Down. >>
Album review Jay Woodward – Letters We Told Share Letters We Told is the self-penned, self-recorded debut album from Jay Woodward, released late last year. It's an intriguing mix of ageless folk and modern technique and appreciation for … >>