Tag: folk rock

  • EvilMrSod – The Gift CD (Keep It A Secret Records)

    EvilMrSod – The Gift CD (Keep It A Secret Records)

    Recently I wrote about EvilMrSod, an alter-ego of Pablo Ramón Rodriguez Rivero, singer, guitar player, and principal songwriter/composer for Fuckin’ Family Faces, a renowned rock’n’roll band from Tenerife, Canary Islands. Still, Alive And Well sounds like a perfect treat for all those listeners hooked on raw, bluesy, alt-folk, punk rock sound. Of course, this creative […]

  • David Hope – …And The Sea CD (TOURBO Music)

    David Hope – …And The Sea CD (TOURBO Music)

    After numerous singles such as Christmas Day, Tough Love, Lovers Leap (Coast Of Clare), Moon And Back, Whiskey Mornings & Burning Question, and two critically acclaimed full-lengths, A Picture, and Tough Love, Irish singer-songwriter David Hope returns with another exceptional full-length. …And The Sea is a comprehensive collection of soothing indie folk songs capable of […]

  • The Mars McClanes – The Liar

    The Mars McClanes – The Liar

    After excellent singles such as Riddle, The Worriers, Wherever You Go, and Day Is Gone, Portland duo The Mars McClanes returns with another catchy track. With all these compositions released in 2022, the band keeps its activities as prolific as possible, and it seems it doesn’t have any intentions to stop anytime soon. The Liar […]

  • Premiere: Peter Matthew Bauer Shares New Single “21st Century Station”

    Premiere: Peter Matthew Bauer Shares New Single “21st Century Station”

    “21st Century Station” is the final single from Peter Matthew Bauer’s forthcoming record Flowers before it’s out September 23rd. “21st Century Station” was conceived as an early 60s ska hit, playing through a radio tower as panic takes the streets in our present day. It sounds just like that — with broken pianos and guitars, congas, bombastic drums, a […]

  • Hendricks The Hatmaker – Mostly Harmless LP

    Hendricks The Hatmaker – Mostly Harmless LP

    The weekend has come, and it’s time for some more folk-rock music on our pages. As I promised before, I am continuing with examining Lucerne’s finest folk-rockers Hendricks The Hatmaker, so their second full-length release is up to the test today. If you paid close attention to our pages this week, I covered Songs For […]

  • Hendricks The Hatmaker – Songs For The Confused CD

    Hendricks The Hatmaker – Songs For The Confused CD

    It’s been a while since we had some folk-rock music on our pages. Luckily, a parcel full of releases from Switzerland arrived at our headquarters about a week ago. Nothing of this would be possible without Hendricks The Hatmaker, a folk-punk trio based in Lucerne. The band is back on the map after a three-year […]