‘To The Sunset’ – Amanda Shires

Sometimes it was treadin’ water/ I guess it is sometimes for all Eve’s daughters/ Looking for happy ever after/ Forever and ever and ever, again To The Sunset, produced by Dave Cobb and released August 3, speaks to chasing something more. It’s perhaps fitting then that in the album artwork Shires resembles the artist Frida … Continue reading ‘To The Sunset’ – Amanda Shires

‘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

‘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