REVIEW: Satin Nickel – “Shadow of Doubt” is Uniquely Modern Spin on Folk

On their sophomore effort (and first LP), Shadow of Doubt, the Brooklyn five-piece Satin Nickel have managed to cobble together a uniquely modern spin on folk and Americana that adds in some contemporary flourishes while still holding on tightly to genre traditions. Surprisingly, considering how cohesive the record is, the band is just under three […]

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