Chapin Sisters Two (Lake Bottom). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Ask The Night (Saddle Creek). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Maria Taylor brought her dreamy indie pop to Orlando and the fans came out. Jen Cray was one of the hundred or so who came out for a mid-week, late night show.
These Are the Shoes We Wear (Fractured Discs). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Hold On Love (Saddle Creek). Review by Aaron Shaul.
In Reverie (Dreamworks/Vagrant). Review by Margie Libling.
North (Geffen/Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
Saddle Creek Compilation (Saddle Creek). Review by Troy Jewell.
Irish import Damien Rice plays to a sold-out crowd in Toronto, leaving the audience – and Margie Libling – speechless and mesmerized. Never before has an artist touched his fans as much as Damien Rice…
Offcell (Absolutely Kosher Records). Review by Margie Libling.
Motors Into The Drink (Kill the Bunny). Review by Stein Haukland.
A mind-blowing performance that put the audience on an emotional rollercoaster from the very first note… and that has Margie Libling lining up amongst Conor Oberst’s many suitors.
Burn And Shiver (WARM). Review by Stein Haukland.
Now It’s Overhead (Saddle Creek). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Azure Ray (Warm). Review by Daniel Gill.
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