Tag Archives: American singer/songwriter

Angel Olsen’s Big Time

Angel Olsen has been on quite the journey. Since before her 2012 full-length debut Half Way Home she’s been pouring her life experiences into obliquely confessional songs. In the ongoing process of finding her voice and growing as an artist, … Continue reading

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Field Medic’s Fade Into the Dawn

In case you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to be a semi-unknown singer-songwriter on tour, playing the role of the opener that nobody came to hear, you can hear it and feel it in the opening track and second … Continue reading

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Mandolin Orange’s Tides of a Teardrop

Mandolin Orange, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is one of the most prolific of current Americana acts. Tides of a Teardrop is their sixth since their debut in 2010 with Quiet Little Room, all featuring songs written by Andrew Marlin … Continue reading

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Tori Amos’s Live at Montreux, 1991-1992 (CD/DVD set)

Once upon a time, back in the late ’60s or early ’70s, someone used a camera at just the right moment. Pure serendipity, as lucky as it gets: David Crosby’s house in L.A., Joni Mitchell with a guitar, playing and … Continue reading

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