Tag: Freak Folk

Steady Holiday – ‘Nobody’s Watching’ (album review)

Steady Holiday – ‘Nobody’s Watching’ (album review)

Nobody’s Watching by Steady Holiday There are songwriters, and then there are imaginative storytellers like Dre Babinski, who is the mastermind behind Steady Holiday. She simultaneously shocked and awed on her 2016 debut album, Under the Influence, and its follow-up, 2017’s Terror EP. Despite one of the most tender voices in the business, her combination of spine-tingling atmospheres and vivid lyricism […]

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The Matinee November 11th

The Matinee November 11th

The Matinee November 11th edition is dedicated to all the women and men who have served our countries in times of peace and conflict. On behalf of everyone at The Revue, we would like to extend our gratitude to all the veterans, women, and men and to their families for their sacrifices and service. We are deeply indebted to you […]

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The Matinee August 11th

The Matinee August 11th

The Matinee August 11th is a little different today in that of the eight artists, only one comes from the United States. Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and England are the other four countries represented. Take a listen and discover some of music’s brightest new stars.   Zuzu – “Get Off” (Liverpool, England) RIYL: Colleen Green, Courtney Barnett, Swearin’ Very little […]

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RBC Bluesfest Revue: Pith and The Parenchymas

RBC Bluesfest Revue: Pith and The Parenchymas

This post has been revised as the band has a new album and has changed its sound. The definitions have been moved to the end of the article. To name a band Pith and The Parenchymas requires great ingenuity, a love of biology, both, or maybe something else. Regardless, it’s a great name. And like the name, Pith and The […]

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