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Kim Churchill – Biltmore Cabaret (Vancouver, April 16th, 2014)

Watching Kim Churchill take the stage is an experience in and off itself. Despite the fact that the Australian singer-songwriter plays alone, he’s not exactly a minimalist when it comes to gear. The multi-instrumentalist sits behind a kit that includes a couple of guitars, a kick drum, a kick tambourine, a set of chimes and a larger pedal board that my brain could keep track of. On second thought, “sits behind” isn’t really accurate:…See More
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NQ Arbuckle - "The Future Happens Anyway"

A new EPK for The Future Happens Anyway (out April 29, 2014 on Six Shooter Records), featuring NQ Arbuckle fans sharing their favourite lyrics, live performa...
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The Milk Carton Kids - Live At Hill Drive

The Milk Carton Kids perform songs from the album 'The Ash & Clay' live at Hill Drive Get the album on iTunes: http://bit.ly/W3FZY9 Get the album at the Anti...
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Album Reviews: Katie Glassman, Kelcy Mae & Old Man Luedecke

Kelcy Mae: Half-Light Double EP"Close your eyes. See the story in your mind, not with open eyes" starts Bright Eyes, the opening track of Kelcy Mae’s Half-Light EP. It's a song that thrusts the singers beautiful voice to the front over a single guitar before gradually building to a musical crescendo. The track shows a deft hand in doing so and serves as an invitation to the listener to an album that pairs solid, straightforward songwriting with a wide ranging musical style with just enough…See More
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Album Reviews: Katie Glassman, Kelcy Mae & Old Man Luedecke

Kelcy Mae: Half-Light Double EP"Close your eyes. See the story in your mind, not with open eyes" starts Bright Eyes, the opening track of Kelcy Mae’s Half-Light EP. It's a song that thrusts the singers beautiful voice to the front over a single guitar before gradually building to a musical crescendo. The track shows a deft hand in doing so and serves as an invitation to the listener to an album that pairs solid, straightforward songwriting with a wide ranging musical style with just enough…See More
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Wagons - Why Do You Always Cry (Official Video)

Directed and shot by Henry Wagons Edited by Andrew Gibbs Why Do You Always Cry is the first single off 'Acid Rain and Sugar Cane' out May 16 in Australia/NZ ...
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"I see he's playing a couple dates with Sam Baker. Think I'll give this a whirl.  Nice write-up."
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"I'm Kind of in God's Pocket" -- Del Barber talks Prarieography, Life on the Road and Songwriting

In person, it’s hard to mistake Del Barber for anything but a prairie boy. Barber’s got a tall lean frame, a well worn Carhartt jacket and the kind of youthful appearance that comes from a life lived outdoors under the clear skies and fresh air that you find in the middle of the country. He’s quick to smile when you first meet him, and it’s clear that the friendly story telling person you see on stage isn’t a persona. He’s  an easy,…See More
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Skot Nelson replied to No Depression's discussion 'Ideas, suggestions, or concerns about what's next on ND?'
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"Replay, Ed? Was there a need to lash out? It makes you look childish."
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Jeff Tweedy of Wilco (Documentary)

RITUALS: Thrash Lab documented the ritualistic behaviors of Jeff Tweedy (frontman of the band, Wilco). Watch Jeff Tweedy in his hometown of Chicago, before h...
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"I'm Kind of in God's Pocket" -- Del Barber talks Prarieography, Life on the Road and Songwriting

In person, it’s hard to mistake Del Barber for anything but a prairie boy. Barber’s got a tall lean frame, a well worn Carhartt jacket and the kind of youthful appearance that comes from a life lived outdoors under the clear skies and fresh air that you find in the middle of the country. He’s quick to smile when you first meet him, and it’s clear that the friendly story telling person you see on stage isn’t a persona. He’s  an easy,…See More
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Kendel Carson - Midnight Rose (jay smith)

Midnight Rose, written by Jay Smith I made this for my friend Jay. A few summers back we were both out on the road with Dustin Bentall and he was picking awa...
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Kim Churchill – Biltmore Cabaret (Vancouver, April 16th, 2014)

Watching Kim Churchill take the stage is an experience in and off itself. Despite the fact that the Australian singer-songwriter plays alone, he’s not exactly a minimalist when it comes to gear. The multi-instrumentalist sits behind a kit that includes a couple of guitars, a kick drum, a kick tambourine, a set of chimes and a larger pedal board that my brain could keep track of. On second thought, “sits behind” isn’t really…

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Posted on April 18, 2014 at 12:30pm

Album Reviews: Katie Glassman, Kelcy Mae & Old Man Luedecke

Kelcy Mae: Half-Light Double EP

"Close your eyes. See the story in your mind, not with open eyes" starts Bright Eyes, the opening track of Kelcy Mae’s Half-Light EP. It's a song that thrusts the singers beautiful voice to the front over a single guitar before gradually building to a musical crescendo. The track shows a deft hand in doing so and…

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Posted on April 10, 2014 at 10:30pm

"I'm Kind of in God's Pocket" -- Del Barber talks Prarieography, Life on the Road and Songwriting

In person, it’s hard to mistake Del Barber for anything but a prairie boy. Barber’s got a tall lean frame, a well worn Carhartt jacket and the kind of youthful appearance that comes from a life lived outdoors under the clear skies and fresh air that you find in the middle of the country. He’s quick to smile when you first meet him, and it’s clear that the friendly story telling person you see on stage…

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Posted on March 31, 2014 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments

Album Reviews: Early Winters, Harlan Pepper, Escondido

Early Winters - Vanishing Act

It seems like depending on where you’re from Early Winters is either: 1) a side project of British singer-songwriter Carina Round’s, 2) a side project of Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge's, or 3) a band from Los Angeles. Vanishing Act is the…
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At 10:55am on October 27, 2012, renee olson said…

thanks, friend.  i should tell you i was also carrying someone  with me to the show.  i met james back in 1991 at a weekend seminar on traditional folk music and dylan at uvic.  a couple months later 2 shows were announced in seattle at the paramount and james said he couldn't go cuz of his heart condition.  i promised that if he went but needed medical attention, i would get him home, so he agreed.  to show his appreciation, i came home one day to find a box of tapes containing all the shows i had been to up to that point, starting in montreal 1974.  and as a bonus the "royal albert hall", that is to say manchester free trade, concert which he left unmarked so i could jump up crying in surprise when i heard "judas".  in 1997 james had a heart transplant and lived quite well, even catching a few more shows, until his death on october 2nd of this year.  he was in my heart in the vancouver show. 

i see you're into all kinds of awesome music and musicians and will appreciate all that brings.  

At 1:13pm on January 26, 2012, Independent Music Promotions said…

Hey fellow Vancouverite! Skot, I really liked your Kathleen Edwards review and would like to send a submission for your perusal. Feel free to get in touch with your preferred method if interested. All the best,

James

 
 
 

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