Album Reviews

Tom Eddy: The Bread Maker’s Blues EP

Within the first listen of his self-recorded and self-written EP, The Bread Maker’s Blues (2012), I realize that there is a lot to love about Tom Eddy’s music. His voice is instantly likable with his M. Wardian vocals in “Welfare”. And in “Sunday Market/Tear Down”, he not only gives a Dave Matthews vibe, but also… Continue reading Tom Eddy: The Bread Maker’s Blues EP

Album Reviews

Adam Hill: Them Dirty Roads [Album Review]

Adam Hill‘s style of folk always donned the traditional styling so often seen as timeless within the centuries-long timeline the genre encompasses. Them Dirty Roads is, for the most part, no exception. But when the fiddles and acoustic guitar are removed, as found in opening track “Prelude”, something else happens — Hill produces a sound… Continue reading Adam Hill: Them Dirty Roads [Album Review]

Album Reviews

Meyercord: Childish [Album Review]

Discard the fact that Ben Meyercord is a friend of mine. Discard the fact that he often contributes to this website. I did. Listening to Meyercord’s debut EP Childish, I wanted to take on a fresh perspective. I wanted to be endearing and honest in my recount of the EP, so that’s how I approached… Continue reading Meyercord: Childish [Album Review]