Tag: gothic folk

Emily Jane White – “They Moved in Shadow All Together”

Emily Jane White – “They Moved in Shadow All Together”

While many of her counterparts have moved away from their indie folk foundations to more pop leanings, Emily Jane White has done the complete opposite. She has instead headed into a more mythical and mystical direction, offering music that stirs the soul while triggering memories of stories and moments of our past. Her new LP – and fifth in nine […]

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The Matinee May 5th

The Matinee May 5th

Another day, another opportunity to share some great new music. The Matinee May 5th edition has a bit of everything – gothic folk, indie rock, garage rock, electro-pop, and post-punk-pop.   Esme Patterson – “No River” (Portland via Denver USA) Six weeks ago when Esme Patterson shared “Feel Right”, the first single from her forthcoming album We Were Wild (June […]

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Radical Face – “The Leaves”

Radical Face – “The Leaves”

Concept albums are increasingly becoming endangered species in the music world, especially as consumers opt to purchase singles and listen to mass playlists on various streaming sites. There are, however, still bands and artists who are making records that revolve a single theme or tell an immaculate story across its 10 songs. But then there is Ben Cooper, a singer-songwriter […]

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Aldous Harding’s powerful performance at Meow, Wellington

Aldous Harding’s powerful performance at Meow, Wellington

Last Saturday night (or Friday night for those in North America), mysterious singer/songwriter Aldous Harding graced the stages of Wellington’s Meow as part of her New Zealand tour. Performing solo, with the occasional assistance of a keyboardist, Harding enthralled a seated full house with her unique blend of alternative folk and her haunting, powerful voice that was simply captivating. An […]

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