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Eight Weeks: Folk/Americana

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  1. Blue Music: Angelic Architecture (3:53)
  2. Yellow Music: Chemical Wedding (3:02)
  3. Red Music: Fire In The Breath (7:05)
Review: The Colour of Entropy (In Three Stages) is a collaboration between Belgium's Sleeperhold Publications and multi-instrumentalist?/?composer Daniel O'Sullivan (DOS) with imagery by French artist Felicia Atkinson. The title of this upcoming release might not unreasonably suggest decay and decomposition. The first few bars of Entropy instantly dispel any such forebodings. You find yourself, instead, transported to some ineffably gorgeous but nevertheless very earthly paradise. Entropy is over fourteen-minutes long, staged in three parts and, as anyone who knows and loves Daniel O'Sullivan will tell you, he is nothing if not mercurial.
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Alben
Cat: 194397 770414. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Roll Me Mama, Roll Me (4:05)
  2. I Was Born To Love You (4:13)
  3. Strong Enough (3:35)
  4. Summer Clouds (4:25)
  5. We'll Make It Through (6:01)
  6. Misty Morning Rain (5:37)
  7. Rocky Mountain Healin' (4:16)
  8. Weeping Willow (3:24)
  9. Morning Comes Wearning Diamonds (3:58)
  10. Highway To The Sun (5:25)
Review: Here we go again, then. Studio album number eight from Ray LaMontagne is doing him no disservice in terms of that formidable reputation. Taking on the roles of producer, engineer, singer, songwriter and every-instrumentalist for the purposes of this record, words like 'auteur' certainly make sense when talking about 'Monovision'.Enough preamble, onto the main event - 'Monovision' is the perfect reflection of a musician in peak form. When that iconic, throaty voice roars out over the slight-of-hand acoustic guitar plucks of opener 'Roll Me Mama, Roll Me', you're immediately captivated. Tracks like 'Strong Enough' set the tempo much higher, stomping a way through old timey rock 'n' roll tones, standing in complete contrast to the tender refrains and more mournful (or at least reflective) atmospheres of 'Summer Clouds' and 'We'll Make It Through'. To be honest, we're barely worthy.
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Cat: BRRC 002. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. Alexandra
  2. Held Down
  3. Strange Girl
  4. Only The Strong
  5. Blow By Blow
  6. Song For Our Daughter
  7. Fortune
  8. The End Of The Affair
  9. Hope We Meet Again
  10. For You
Review: Laura Marling's seventh studio album earned fulsome praise from critics when it first landed on streaming services back in April. Listening to this CD version, it's easy to see why. Inspired by Maya Angelou's 2009 book "Letter To My Daughter", it sees the popular singer-songwriter offer up a string of songs written as if she was addressing a younger version of herself. These are personal and often highly emotional pieces, with Marling's yearning and impassioned delivery of her own thoughtful lyrics being accompanied by minimal instrumentation (often just acoustic guitar or piano, though some tracks also include light orchestration). It's therefore a mature and impactful set that should appeal to more than just Marling's core fanbase.
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Cat: 878385. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Never Forever
  2. May Later
  3. Eat My Dust
  4. Money Is The One True God
  5. Summer All Over
  6. Vanishing Twin
  7. My Dear One
  8. Farsickness
  9. Mirror Box
  10. Window Facing A Window
  11. Off Grid
Review: It's hard to separate Blake Mills the legacy from Blake Mills 'this is what you're listening to right now' whenever you encounter the man in question. This is his fourth solo album since deciding to move out from the shadows back in 2010, but it's the product of lessons and techniques learned from decades of working and producing for big names - Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes, Perfume Genius, to name but a handful. Over the years he has garnered an exceptional reputation for adding understated but incredibly effective layers of musicality, hence the praise from guitar greats like Eric Clapton. In practice, what that sounds like on this record is a hushed and delicate masterpiece showcasing an accomplished songwriter and instrumental hero at his best. Slick and sophisticated, direct but apparently destined to wander through soft but rich string and piano tapestries.
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Mutable Set (2xLP (side 4 etched))
Cat: 876032. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Never Forever (4:52)
  2. May Later (5:18)
  3. Eat My Dust (2:04)
  4. Money Is The One True God (6:54)
  5. Summer All Over (4:55)
  6. Vanishing Twin (6:09)
  7. My Dear One (3:53)
  8. Farsickness (4:30)
  9. Mirror Box (5:02)
  10. Window Facing A Window (4:49)
  11. Off Grid (2:38)
Review: It's hard to separate Blake Mills the legacy from Blake Mills 'this is what you're listening to right now' whenever you encounter the man in question. This is his fourth solo album since deciding to move out from the shadows back in 2010, but it's the product of lessons and techniques learned from decades of working and producing for big names - Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes, Perfume Genius, to name but a handful. Over the years he has garnered an exceptional reputation for adding understated but incredibly effective layers of musicality, hence the praise from guitar greats like Eric Clapton. In practice, what that sounds like on this record is a hushed and delicate masterpiece showcasing an accomplished songwriter and instrumental hero at his best. Slick and sophisticated, direct but apparently destined to wander through soft but rich string and piano tapestries.
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Head Above The Water (limited white vinyl LP + postcard in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: FIRELP 592X. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. On A City Night (5:03)
  2. Wearing Red That Eve (3:29)
  3. Wedding Of A Friend (4:37)
  4. Not Yours To Own (3:24)
  5. I Was Named After You (6:00)
  6. We Weren't Sure (4:09)
  7. You Have A Quiet Power (4:41)
  8. I Had To Keep My Circle Small (5:14)
  9. The Blacksmith (5:27)
  10. Head Above The Water (3:58)
Review: It's easy to choke up when getting to grips with this latest long form from Galway's Brigid Mae Power. Not only does the Irish siren possess one of the most jaw-dropping voices we've encountered in some time, rendering her brand of soft country-folk heartbreakingly powerful, but she's also capable of capturing aspects of human emotion most of us would struggle to articulate in a thesis, let alone a few minutes of song. There are tales of self-preservation, memories of the revelatory realisation that emotional vulnerability and strength are not mutually exclusive, and rousing calls for freedom and self expression. Subjects tackled with lyrical sympathy, empathy and understanding, set to arrangements that have a habit of slowly but surely creeping into the conscience, immersing us in gentle harmonies until we are completely bewitched.
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