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The Sumner Brothers: The Hell In Your Mind

It’s such a good feeling to find a new band to get excited about and, for me, Vancouver’s Sumner Brothers offer plenty to get excited about. The Hell In Your Mind is something like their sixth album and apparently…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on December 5, 2015 at 19:20 — No Comments

Adam Klein Archer’s Arrow

It was 2013 and, out of nowhere it seemed, Adam Klein produced what became my favourite album of the year – Sky Blue De Ville. Deeply romantic, beautifully produced and boasting some great guitar work, it was an album to lose yourself in, a thread to follow from beginning to end and be glad that…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on October 13, 2015 at 22:30 — No Comments

Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes: Black Coffee

              After a successful solo outing, Aussie country singer Lachlan Bryan got his old band back into the studio and came up with this cracker of an album. It was released in the autumn of last year in Australia and subsequently picked up a major award as “Alternative Country” album of the year.…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on April 17, 2014 at 22:26 — No Comments

Matt Andersen: Weightless

         New Brunswick blues/rock man Matt Andersen is back with a new album. A great guitarist, he’s even more notable as a vocalist, a natural heir to the likes of Joe Cocker. Teaming up with producer Steve Berlin at The Sonic Temple studio…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on April 17, 2014 at 12:31 — No Comments

Gunther Brown: Good Nights For Daydreams

      Hailing from Portland, Maine, Gunther Brown are a four piece rock-based Americana band. Their debut album presents a pleasingly lo-fi rough and ready approach to their music that sounds refreshingly honest and straightforward. Songwriter and lead…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on April 13, 2014 at 0:40 — No Comments

PJ Pacifico: Overlooking The Obvious

           PJ Pacifico, Connecticut-based singer-songwriter, has been over in the UK this week and will be back in July for a further push of his sweet, folk-based pop music. Actually, I’m with those who think that pop music is folk music; at its most trivial, it is disposable…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on April 12, 2014 at 16:53 — No Comments

Krista Detor: Flat Earth Diary

           I was actually itching to play the previous Krista Detor album when this new one arrived in the post. There’s a unique quality to her music making, a combination of voice, imagery and piano-based arrangements that add…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on April 3, 2014 at 22:38 — No Comments

The Code: The Code ep

Vincent McCallum, British born and Portugese raised, seems to have been playing and writing music all his life. He’s coming back to Britain for a wee tour in May, so here’s a six track ep from his Portugese band, The Code, to give a taste of what the man and his music are about.

The six songs here demonstrate an eclectic range of styles and the skill of a man who knows…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on March 31, 2014 at 22:00 — No Comments

Eddi Reader: Vagabond

A new album from Eddi Reader, a celebration of song and of singing that is as wide and deep as you might expect from someone with a back catalogue like she has. Recorded in Glasgow just over a year ago and featuring musicians who were in town for Celtic Connections, Vagabond is imbued with a wonderfully relaxed air, the sound of musicians enjoying where the song takes them.

Above all, this is a fantastically eclectic collection of songs: traditional Gaelic, traditional Scots, modern gems… Continue

Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on March 26, 2014 at 6:30 — No Comments

Peter Mulvey: Silver Ladder


Peter Mulvey has been around the singer-songwriter/Americana scene for a long time now – there’s pushing on for 20 years worth of back catalogue – but he’s right to be particularly excited about this new release. Produced by Chuck Prophet, there’s a gritty rock edge to much of this…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on March 16, 2014 at 16:30 — No Comments

Robby Hecht: Robby Hecht


Robby Hecht is as gentle a singer-songwriter as I can think of on the Americana scene.  His dedication to producing work of a precise and careful beauty puts him on an uncompromising path that will always limit his audience to those who…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on March 16, 2014 at 11:30 — No Comments

W B Givens: Locomotion

            I really like this debut album from Mississippi native W B Givens. Relocated to Nashville and having absorbed all the various strands that the broad church of American Country music has to offer, W B brings us a splendidly fresh synthesis of mountain,…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 24, 2014 at 11:17 — No Comments

The Black Feathers: Strangers We Meet


The Black Feathers could well be Britain’s answer to Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings - or possibly to The Indigo Girls, echoes of whom come strongly through at times. This hugely impressive five song debut sees them stepping confidently in their own direction with an evocative melding of British and…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 23, 2014 at 13:30 — No Comments

Amelia White: Old Postcard

         Amelia White has been around on the Americana scene for quite a while and having been East-Nashville based in the last few years, you can be sure she hangs out with all the people…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 19, 2014 at 21:29 — No Comments

Ags Connelly: How About Now

            An extraordinarily accomplished country record for a debutant, it’s hard to believe that How About Now is a UK product. Ags Connolly hails from Oxfordshire and sounds – authentically – like he’s been drinking buddies forever with Waylon and Willie, Merle Haggard and…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 12, 2014 at 22:23 — No Comments

Andy White: How Things Are

      So, Andy White, Belfast-born musician and poet, has gone through a marriage break-up and people ask him “How are things, Andy?”. This album is the answer. Cataloguing the hurt, the confusion, the doubts and the sadness of an awful period in his life he has somehow…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 6, 2014 at 23:00 — No Comments

The O's: Thunderdog


Just coming to the end of their latest British tour (Colston Hall, Hammersmith Apollo – the venues are getting bigger) The O’s are back with their third album, recorded at the Sonic Ranch Studio in Texas. It’s more of the same, really, from lovable scamps…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 5, 2014 at 21:00 — No Comments

The Red Pine Timber Company: Different Lonesome

 So, Gavin JD Munro, songwriter-in-chief for the late, lamented Southpaw, has got himself a new band. It’s a large band, too: nine musicians make up The Red Pine Timber Company and something like twice that many make guest appearances on this new…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 4, 2014 at 21:30 — No Comments

The New Madrids: Through the Heart of Town


Once upon a time, there was an Americana band from Perth (Scotland) called Southpaw. As far as I’m aware they only had one album, but it was a real goodie:  Buffalo Mansions is still a favourite in this house eight years later, packed…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 3, 2014 at 18:00 — No Comments

Shinyribs: Gulf Coast Museum

               Kevin Russell already has one band of note in the shape of The Gourds, longtime favourites of the Americana scene. It seems his side project, Shinyribs, could be even bigger news on the back of their second album with its infectious blend of Gulf Coast sounds and sweet soul music. The soul…


Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on February 1, 2014 at 20:02 — No Comments


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HAYES CARLL / What It Is / Dualtone *MM, *SZ
2 -- 66
DANNY SCHMIDT / Standard Deviation / Live Once Records *JJ, *HdB,
*TK, *AN, *GS, *MF, *SP
3 2 53
PHIL LEE / The Horse He Rode In On / Palookaville Records *MP,
*PvG, *ME
4 -- 49
MERCY JOHN / Let It Go Easy / Butler *LK, *JD
5 3 45
THE DELINES/ Imperial / El Cortez *FSch
6 4 44
VICKY EMERSON / Steady Heart / Independent
7 -- 42
RYAN BINGHAM / American Love Song / Thirty Tigers *HB
8 6 36
SUZANNE JARVIE / In The Clear / Wolfe Island *CRS
9 24 35
KALYN FAY / Good Company / Horton *JV, *JBo
11 35
MANDOLIN ORANGE / Tides of a Teardrop / Yep Roc Records
11 -- 34
VARIOUS / Songs of Our Native Daughters / Smithsonian Folkways
*FCe, *PJ, *PK
12 8 28
TINY LEGS TIM / Elsewhere Bound / Independent *FB
-- 28
J.S. ONDARA / Tales of America / Verve Records *AL, *WV
14 -- 28
MADELEINE ROGER / Cottonwood / Independent *LM
15 -- 24
KIM LENZ / Slowly Speeding / Blue Star *MvP
-- 24
LILY & MADELEINE / Canterbury Girls / New West *TJ
17 12 23
LEYLA McCALLA / Capitalist Blues / Jazz Village *DH, *BH
18 -- 22
ETHAN JOHNS with The Black Eyed Dogs, Anamnesis, Three
Crows/Proper *RK, *JB
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LONG RYDERS / Psychedelic Country Soul / Cherry Red Records *JS
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LULA WILES / What Will We Do / Smithsonian Folkways
21 -- 18
YOUNG VALLEY / Young Valley / Dial Back Sound *DHo, *CvL
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KERRI POWERS / Starseeds / Continental
23 -- 17
THE CACTUS BLOSSOMS / Easy Way / Walkie Talkie *KG
24 -- 16
DALE WATSON / Call Me Lucky / Red House *PR
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MICHAEL McDERMOTT / Orphans / Pauper Sky *JDoel *

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