Vandaveer’s fifth and career-defining LP, The Wild Mercury, is a living example of how an Americana-influenced folk band can thrive in today’s evolving music scene. They do fans justice by following their roots for a sound you’ve come to love, consistently putting out charming and alluring music that soothes the soul. Their old-timey sound of angelic harmonies combined with hearty rustic guitar leads to a titillating production.The album abruptly begins with an eerie hum that sounds like a psychedelic orchestral trip, then smoothly transitions into Mark Heidinger’s piercing vocals.
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Country singer / songwriter Peter Bruntnell is a charismatic performer known for saying very little, but one with a strong presence. Rollicking alongside the trio combination of Crazy Horse, Bruntnell’s country-rock is much heavier than one would anticipate. He has a bizarre musical taste in his native southwest England, for country music isn’t necessarily favored, […]
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This folk-pop debut collection is all heart-pounding urgency and heartfelt singalongs, and at times, In the Battle Years is almost overwhelming — the intensity of the harmonies, the mountain-top choruses, the sheer force of their handclaps — but the band always pulls back just at the right moment. The potency of Hillsburn’s sound isn’t just […]
Called the “Young, Sexy, Sassy Version of Wavy Gravy,” “Ani diFranco on Pep Pills,” and “The Doyenne of Fun Rock,” Liz O is nothing if not a study in contrasts. Whether serving cupcakes in a bar, or setting fire to a pony pinata on a beach, she is equal parts innocent and indecent, rebellious and […]