‘Thirties’ – Jill Andrews

I was sent Jill Andrews’ upcoming album Thirties in January around the same time I was reading Melissa Broder’s book The Pisces. Both tell the story of being a woman in your 30s and feeling like “this isn’t how it’s meant to be”. I remember thinking how coincidental that I, a woman in her early … Continue reading ‘Thirties’ – Jill Andrews

Innocence and Experience: ‘Canterbury Girls’ – Lily & Madeleine

Canterbury Girls refers to Canterbury Park in Indianapolis, IN, Madeleine tells me. “It’s the first place of adolescent freedom, the first place of blossoming girlhood - and a place to imagine the future a girl wants." But as Madeleine goes onto tell me, though the park is a place freedom and child-like fantasies, full of uninhibited … Continue reading Innocence and Experience: ‘Canterbury Girls’ – Lily & Madeleine

Lucie Silvas Live in London

It's been eight years since Lucie Silvas performed in the UK and nearly ten years since the release of her breakthrough album Breathe In but from the packed out and expectant crowd, to Lucie's powerful yet vulnerable voice and her beautifully written songs, you would think no time had passed at all. Lucie opened the set with … Continue reading Lucie Silvas Live in London

Sitting Down with Singer/Songwriter Lucie Silvas

Lucie Silvas’ latest disc, Letters to Ghosts, is a well-crafted roots album with country, pop, Americana and Motown soul sensibilities woven throughout each of the tracks. The common theme of the record is honesty, and I’m not talking the sugar coated, photo-shopped kind of honesty that we usually expect from musicians, where even their most … Continue reading Sitting Down with Singer/Songwriter Lucie Silvas

‘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

‘Letters to Ghosts’: An Introduction – Lucie Silvas

“Letters to Ghosts” is Lucie Silvas’ first album in nearly ten years after having released “Breathe In” in 2004 to critical and commercial acclaim and “The Same Side” in 2006, as well as having written for a number of well-known musicians in the UK. “Letters to Ghost”, due out 18th September, was recorded in Nashville … Continue reading ‘Letters to Ghosts’: An Introduction – Lucie Silvas