Band of Holy Joy
How To Kill A Butterfly
Wonderfully crafted the songs preach with a desolate beauty leaving behind plenty of food-for-thought
I’ve listened and enjoyed some great music this year but none better than this album from Band Of Holy Joy which just stopped me in my tracks, but it doesn’t end with the musical brilliance as the CD release is packaged beautifully too in a book format with wonderful original artwork by Inga Tillere, for your chance to win a copy drop us an Email with the subject line BOHJ and I’ll pick a random entry and put a copy of the CD in the post to you (overseas entries welcome)
Zoe Muth & Lost High Rollers
Muth’s vocal is just perfect, sad, sincere, achingly beautiful
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
Here & Now
Career high from one of the best song writers around
Danny & the Champions of the World
Hearts & Arrows
Shooting straight at the heart of rock ‘n’ roll
The King is Dead
live up to the hype it does from the first listen this record has really grabbed me
The Redlands Palomino Company
cracking third from the UK’s top country rockers
it’s hard not to be captivated by it
country, soul, murder ballads, DBT keep driving forward
Emily Barker & the Red Clay Halo
Top track from a top album used on the best piece of TV drama I’ve watched this year.
Nothing is Wrong
wonderfully melodic and adorned with some sweet sounding guitar and the sibling harmonies
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