Song Reviews

Daniel Martin Moore: Dark Road [mp3]

Daniel Martin Moore’s new single “Dark Road” is a cooling breath of those rare-gem style of songs which remind us grandeur can exist within simplicity; less does not always mean boring. Adhering to his Appalachian-daydreamer style Moore tosses us a billowy, empty-jug rhythm that when swirled with lyrics of uncluttered beauty makes the notion of… Continue reading Daniel Martin Moore: Dark Road [mp3]

Features

Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore Go Sing It On the Mountain [Feature]

“Something, Somewhere, Sometime” off Dear Companion, a shining collaboration between folk music masters Ben Sollee, Daniel Martin Moore and Yim Yames, is an intoxicating song of sweetly pulsing and circular melodies. We feel something hopeful when hearing it; it’s been a long dark time of hurt and regret, of fear for saying the wrong thing… Continue reading Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore Go Sing It On the Mountain [Feature]

Album Reviews

Daniel Martin Moore: Stray Age [Album Review]

Written by Fense Sub Pop is a continual source of surprise; sure, they’ve had their share of genre-swapping, but the latest add to the roster still comes as a bit of a shock. Daniel Martin Moore (MySpace) is a folk artist in the truest of senses–his songs feature him and a guitar. His vocals are… Continue reading Daniel Martin Moore: Stray Age [Album Review]