The acoustic-folk creator Kelly Quigley from New York (USA) will be releasing the LP Have You Read My Poems on the 19th.
Working alongside numerous musicians and a plethora of additional instrumentation on the seven track, approximately twenty minutes, album (available on bandcamp) Kelly Quigley reveals an LP of excoriating tenderness, which draws tears from the eyes through its lamenting journey in which the listener is invited to explore their own angsts.
The penultimate track is Ours (Leo).
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Luke De-Sciscio an acoustic-folk creator from Bath (England) is working towards the release of the LP Love.
Lament, which surfaced yesterday is highlighted by the intricacy of vocal and the delicacy of the feathered acoustic guitar which when taken together gives the composition something of the feeling of mythical folklore and signposts of an LP which I look forward to hearing more from in due course.
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Whilst of very different musical styles both the Readers’ Choice for Band Of The Month for September and the Editors’ do have a commonality of continent and country – both from Australia…
… the Readers’ Choice – with only one track to hear – the acoustic-folk musician Justin Franks.
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The acoustic-folk musician Matt Litzinger, from the USA, released the EP All These Years on the 18th.
Taking the listener on a broad reach of the root elements of folk with celtic, country, blues, Southern and pickin’ featured in varied concentration the five tracks on the EP, which is available on bandcamp, all set to the fragile architecture of acoustic guitar and emotive voice.
City Folks – the second track on the release – being my selection.
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The US acoustic-folk creator Justin Yates released the LP Friend on the 13th.
The seven track album, available on bandcamp, alternates between instrumental and vocal giving a wistful pondering countenance to the roughly twenty minutes release.
An unexpected voice, which has a boy-band timbre, marries comfortably with the intricacies of guitar with my pick of the release being the antepenultimate song – Change.
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