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Paula Ryan – LET ME FLY

Paula Ryan – LET ME FLY

  Self-released Irish Gaelic roots singer-songwriter expands her horizons A native of Tipperary, Paula Ryan has drawn on her Irish Gaelic roots whilst exploring the influences […]

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Rita Hosking – FRANKIE AND THE NO-GO ROAD

Rita Hosking – FRANKIE AND THE NO-GO ROAD

  Self-released **** A concept album that isn’t really Pack away your preconceptions for this is no prog-rock double album that goes on for approximately 15 […]

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Ian Prowse – Compañeros

Ian Prowse – Compañeros

Learpholl Recordings **** Ian Prowse makes a welcome return with his second solo album, Compañeros. Compañeros, Ian Prowse’s latest album, isn’t the easiest to rate out […]

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Theo Bard – YOU GIVE

Theo Bard – YOU GIVE

  Woodburner *** A medley of musical influences and brutally honest observations. Clever creativity Self-penned and self-produced, in collaboration with Tansay Omar (the mind behind works […]

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Duane Rutter – CRAZY THINGS

Duane Rutter – CRAZY THINGS

  Busted Flat Records **** Canadian singer-songwriter hits mark with third recording Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Duane Rutter looks, and sounds, like he’s lived a life […]

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LOCASH – I LOVE THIS LIFE

LOCASH – I LOVE THIS LIFE

  Reviver Records ** Distinctly average EP where the majority of the tracks get very boring, very quickly After a re-branding and a new record deal, […]

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Brian Ritchey – BORDEAUX

Brian Ritchey – BORDEAUX

  Barrelmaker Records *** Write what you know The adage passed from dad Steve to son Justin Townes Earle and thence to friend Brian Ritchey. So […]

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Kinky Friedman – THE LONELIEST MAN I EVER MET

Kinky Friedman – THE LONELIEST MAN I EVER MET

  Avenue A / Thirty Tigers **** The return of a legend What would you think if someone suggested you make an album despite it being […]

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