‘Honeymoon’ – Lana del Rey

Why does someone listen to music? To have moments of escapism in their lives but also to have space to explore feelings and emotions, and to get something out of the lyrics that apply to them and their own life. Music is there for people to enjoy, and to learn something about themselves and about … Continue reading ‘Honeymoon’ – Lana del Rey

‘Letters to Ghosts’ – Lucie Silvas

“Letters to Ghosts” is Lucie Silvas’ first album in nearly ten years after having released “Breathe In” in 2004 and “The Same Side” in 2006. The album was recorded in Nashville with a tight knit group of friends, and produced by Silvas, John Osborne (Brothers Osborne) and Ian Fitchuk, and is released on September 18th on Lucie’s … Continue reading ‘Letters to Ghosts’ – Lucie Silvas

Interview with THAT GIRL: Suzie Brown

Suzie Brown, a singer, songwriter, mother, and cardiologist, is about to release her third album with her husband, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter Scot Sax. Despite studying medicine for nearly half her life, Suzie has always had great affinity for music; from listening to Whitney Houston tapes in her room and memorizing the words to taking the … Continue reading Interview with THAT GIRL: Suzie Brown

‘Standing Still’ – Ruby Amanfu

Of her collaboration with Jack White on his song “Love Interruption”, Ruby Amanfu says, “It was unexpected and key in shaping me”. White’s presence can be felt all over her new album “Standing Still” (Thirty Tigers/Rival & Co.), with his signature Southern gothic blues/rock as the skeleton to which all the other musical elements cling to, particularly on the tracks “Out … Continue reading ‘Standing Still’ – Ruby Amanfu

Interview with THAT GIRL: Lindi Ortega

Lindi Ortega, Toronto born and Nashville based singer-songwriter, has been in the music business for over a decade. With four albums under her belt, she has now released her fifth, “Faded Gloryville,” to much critical acclaim. The album was inspired by the film Crazy Heart, an unflinching look at a singer on the descent from stardom … Continue reading Interview with THAT GIRL: Lindi Ortega

‘Faded Gloryville’ – Lindi Ortega

Lindi Ortega’s new album, ‘Faded Gloryville’, is due out on August 7th. Produced by Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Anderson East), Colin Linden (who produced her album Cigarettes & Truckstops) and the Muscle Shoals based producing team John Paul White (formerly The Civil Wars) and Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes). The album, inspired by the film … Continue reading ‘Faded Gloryville’ – Lindi Ortega

‘Something More Than Free’ – Jason Isbell

‘Something More Than Free’, by Jason Isbell, picks up where his critically acclaimed ‘Southeastern’ left off. Its’ final track ‘Relatively Easy’, left the listener reflecting that perhaps, for all our hurts, heartbreaks and struggles, we’ve all had it relatively easy, compared to a lot of other folks in the world. Isbell’s new musical offering carries … Continue reading ‘Something More Than Free’ – Jason Isbell