Fate the Juggler

by Robert Spiers

Fate the Juggler by Robert Spiers
Follow your dreams and believe in what you do. It’s no good having regrets or wishing you had started earlier or done this and that. You are where you are, so make the most of it.

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The Town and The City

by Daniel Armstrong

The Town and The City by Daniel Armstrong
Hailing from the town of Nottingham, England, I relocated to London in 2014. Gigging consistently solo and with various outfits such as Never Never Man and Frankie Teardrop Dead, I found time to begin working with producer Gavin Bowers (Elêphant, Tsuki) on the record in the fall of 2017. Collaborating with a host of different musicians on the album, I wanted to ensure that each track on my album ’The Town and The City’ was as varied as the settings that inspired the songs themselves.

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Travel through the Night

by Johnny Dell’Orso

Moonshine Effect: Travel through the Night by Johnny Dell'Orso
Moonshine Effect travel through the night in a psychedelic mood, humming dream pop melodies. They enjoy riding into pink moons on dancing horses and whispering folk sounds in the cool early morning breeze. They insist on watching the constellations of trembling blue stars, gently screaming their poetry till it touches the sky.

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Who Listens to Acoustic-Electric Folk-Rock? (new music)

by _Mike Birch

Who Listens to Acoustic-Electric Folk-Rock? (new music) by Mike Birch
When asked what type of music he produces, Mike Birch tells people “electric acoustic folk rock” – a span of styles as broad as his music. From simple folky acoustic guitar songs to all-out rock and roll and piano ballads, there is something for almost every music lover.

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Guavo and her Three Unique Voices: a story of lost keys, music dreams and ol’ fashioned teamwork

by Guavo

Guavo and her Three Unique Voices

Guavo originally formed as a group project at Massey University’s: Bachelor of Commercial Music. They were tasked with writing, producing, and releasing two tracks. Together they wrote ‘Run Rosie’ and ‘Gate 23’, which are now available as singles on their Bandcamp page. Guavo intend to continue working on their folk-pop sound over the coming months.

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The GDC’s of Songwriting

by Caitlyn O’Connor

The GDC’s of Songwriting by Caitlyn O'ConnorIt is not uncommon for artists to create bodies of work surrounding one incident, such as a breakup; Adele’s 21, and Joni Mitchell’s Blue come to mind as examples of this very thing. Myself, I went through a heartbreaking experience over four years ago which created the agony I needed to inspire myself to pick up a guitar and begin writing in a big way. I believe that that pain was the push I needed to put me where I am today. I released my debut album two months ago.

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