REVIEW: Evvan’s “Home” Has a Poetic Quality

Evvan is a folk artist from Long Island who is really just getting started in her career. Like a lot of artists, introspection led her to exploring her art further. The result of that introspection is her debut EP Home. Of the EP, she said, “This project showcases what I’ve experienced firsthand and what I’ve […]

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REVIEW: Todd Snider’s “First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder” is Honest, Funky, Brilliant

Todd Snider has released yet another album of profoundly well-written, perfectly timed, beautifully arranged songs.  This one is a funky, harmonious enterprise First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder, produced by Todd Snider with executive producer Brian Kincaid; recorded by Colin Cargile and Joe Bisirri at The Big Purple Building, East Nashville, Tennessee with additional production […]

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REVIEW: Amy Speace “There Used to Be Horses Here” is Magic Storytelling

No one really knows where musical talent comes from, especially in a non-musical family. And we’re not talking about hard work or repetition or even inspiration, but that innate ability that so few among us seem to naturally possess. Singer-songwriter Amy Speace slowly gained the acceptance, then admiration, then outright advocacy of her all-business father […]

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Interview: Peter Holsapple Celebrates The Prolific Winston-Salem Combo Corner Scene and Live Album ‘Yesterday’s Tomorrow’

On May 7th, 2021, Omnivore Records will release Yesterday’s Tomorrow, a select live recording of the reunion concert held in May 2018 at the Ramkat Club in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that brought together a wide swath of the members of the “Combo Corner” scene to play their bands’ memorable anthems once more. For those who […]

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