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At least the music was good: Rrampt’s top albums of 2020

Russ' Top Ten of 2020 2020 has been a strange year for...

Whisky and campfire music: Old Bill Henry’s debut is honest, raw, and fun as...

Any album that opens with the lines “Back in the glory days/ You and your Du Maurier’s/ Wisers healing open wounds/ Howling at the Harvest...

Music we’re rranting and rraving about in October

I don’t know what happened to 2020, we went from being cooped up inside trying to get over the fact that it felt like March...

Carbon Dallas delivers cool, new genre-blending album

'Genres are stupid, why not just mix ‘em all together?, Carbon Dallas boldly ask. Fortunately, their debut album Elements offers up 10 tracks of “hip-hop-infused...

Andrew McArthur’s debut a dreamy, psychedelic soundscape

From the opening notes of Andrew McArthur's debut album Warez, you’re drawn into a dreamy, psychedelic soundscape in the vein of My Morning Jacket, The...

Madison Galloway’s Moon & Mercury full of catchy blues numbers

When we were putting together our lineup for the now cancelled Railyard Music Festival this summer, we thought Fergus’ Madison Galloway would make a nice...

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