Folk & Country: Year in Review 2010
The rosy-cheeked melodies of Old Man Luedecke's third album open up the kitchen door and invite you in to put your feet up. Once you're comfortable though, they bend your ear with some surprisingly biting observations about love, life and the appalling state of the world. The Nova Scotia singer-songwriter lays down plenty of hot licks on his signature banjo, but the fiddles and vocals of American Tim O'Brien give Luedecke's music a stronger bluegrass flavour than we've heard from him before.
FeaturesNov 03, 2014
Mo Kenney"Telephones" (Mardeen cover) on Exclaim! TV
Working again with fellow East Coast singer-songwriter Joel Plaskett, Halifax native Mo Kenney has delivered a sophomore effort that is soni...
FeaturesOct 01, 2014
Spencer Burton"A Body Is All She Ever Let Me Hold" on Exclaim! TV
After his mother thought he was merely a cover model for his first two releases under the moniker Grey Kingdom, Spencer Burton decided to re...
FeaturesSep 24, 2014
The Barr BrothersThe Art of Restraint
"When restraint and courtesy are added to strength," Mahatma Gandhi is said to have observed, "the latter becomes irresistible." You kno...
FeaturesSep 12, 2014
The Wooden Sky"Baby, Hold On" on Exclaim! TV
It appears as if the boys in the Wooden Sky have finally taken Fleetwood Mac maestro Lindsey Buckingham's message and decided to go "go [the...