Category Archives: Singer/Songwriter

SONG OF THE DAY Marissa Nadler – I’ll Always Be In Love With You

“Marissa’s voice is one of the reasons I believe in angels” I found this comment on Marissa Nadler’s Bandcamp page and couldn’t have put it better myself, so thank you Jeff Colwell, you took the words right out of my … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Isaac gracie – That Was Then (live at konk studios)

Isaac Gracie emerged in 2015 with a handful of songs that had been recorded in his bedroom.  Just like many other DIY artists out there, Gracie relied wholly on self-promotion and home-made recordings, and it was with this material that … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sam Moss – Slow

Sam Moss’ debut album has been pencilled in my diary for some time, but now the wait is over and Neon was released on Friday.   With a style that is defined by his distinct guitar playing, Sam Moss’ sound is shaped by delicate … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sam Moss – Neon

It has been said that when it comes to folk I can be quite fussy, but with Sam Moss there is not a shred of doubt in my mind that this is my kind of sound! Capturing the spirit of … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sam Moss – The Ocean

A couple of days ago I stumbled upon the music of Boston singer-songwriter, Sam Moss and have since been checking out his back catalogue.  Known for his distinct style of guitar playing, his delicate finger picking adds many a tuneful texture … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sam Moss – Flowers

There is something about this song that reminds me of Sun Kil Moon’s Bird Of Films, I think it’s the gentle rhythm and soothing flow, but that something is also uniquely and instantly enchanting and from the minute this song started, I … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Good Good Blood – Will It Be Forever

UK singer-songwriter James Smith, aka Good Good Blood, writes music from the heart that is both honest and sincere. His minimalist, DIY approach allows his songs to breathe and take on a natural, earthy form, resonating with a sound that is … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Good Good Blood – The Day I Was Born

Good Good Blood has a magic way of composing gorgeously delicate folk-based melodies that stir the soul with their divine subtlety. James Smith, aka Good Good Blood, is a UK singer-songwriter whose honest, uncensored and sincere music first blessed my … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Brigid Mae Power – Don’t Shut Me Up (Politely)

I really love the clarity of vocals verses the hazy instrumentation in this song, this is the first thing I noticed alongside the very enchanting, free-feel this track possesses. Don’t Shut Me Up (Politely) drifts along to the rustic hum … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Isaac Gracie – Last Words

I am so impressed by this little fella, his music really has reached out and grabbed me…  Some music penetrates just that little bit deeper, resonating with a line, a word or the conviction with which it is portrayed and … Continue reading

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