The US sad-folk creator, Quinn Henry Mulligan, releases the LP January on the 26th.
Quinn Henry Mulligan
A ten track album, available directly from the Quinn Henry Mulligan website, which reflects of morose memories set to the backdrop of quiet electronica which gives the compositions depth, featured acoustic guitar and a dexterous voice that is able to navigate the approximately thirty eight minutes of the LP while capturing and delivering the narration of each of the songs.
A musician I look forward to hearing more from in short order and given plans underway that won’t be far away as Quinn Henry Mulligan is intending to release a new album each month through 2018.
The US RnB creator Salvatore Manalo released the EP Salvatore on the 11th.
For reasons I am unable to fathom, I do seem to be in a slip-slide mood these past few hours with yet another smooth-groove feature rather than the normal bristling styles of music that predominately features, though I guess we all need down time on occasion and the delight of music is the moment in to which it fits emotionally.
From the five track EP (available directly from Salvatore Manalo) the second song Rolling.
The most recent song to be released There You Go – which came out on the 12th – is a beguiling tapestry of dampened acoustic guitar which lays as a mellow backdrop to a voice which the listener wishes they could carry in their head each and every day and pull out whenever frustration with the world around arises, to calm the moment.
The sparkling clarity and range of the vocal finds the audience cocking their head, akin to an attentive puppy, whilst allowing the washes of the voice to circle the room.
If there is any justice remaining in the music industry, Dana Williams, will find a break to become a household name across wide geography.