Words about some current favourites

Although I’m not likely to be on air in the immediate future I am still, as you might imagine, listening to lots of new releases as well as some long-standing favourites. Thought I’d share them with you. And if you like the sound of the artists I write about please do head to their websites from the links I’ve provided and buy a copy of their latest album or EP, whether CD, vinyl or download ideally directly from the artists shop, bandcamp page etc. This is more important than ever at the moment when gigs and festivals have been cancelled.

Waxahatchee – Can’t do much from the forthcoming album Saint Cloud.

http://www.waxahatchee.com

Ian Roland and The Subtown Set – Double rainbow from the album of the same name.

http://www.ianroland.com

http://www.ianroland.bandcamp.com

Alec Bowman – Safe mode from I used to be sad and then I forgot.

http://www.alecbowman.com

Pre-order at http://www.mralecbowman.bandcamp.com

Alec’s album has been produced by the excellent Josienne Clarke.

I just adore Josienne Clarke’s In All Weather album and keep going back to it again and again. Heaps of tracks from this fine album have been woven into playlists for the Quiet Revolution over many months now. This is one of many favourites.

http://www.josienneclarke.com

http://www.josienneclarke.bandcamp.com

Serious Child – Brambles from Time in the trees.

http://www.seriouschild.com

http://www.seriouschild.bandcamp.com

Norma MacDonald One Man Band from Old Future.

http://www.normamacdonald.com

http://www.normamacdonald.bandcamp.com

Clem Snide – Roger Ebert from Forever Just Beyond

http://www.eefbarzelay-clemsnide.bandcamp.com

Siobhan Miller -All is not forgotten from All is not forgotten.

http://www.siobhanmiller.com

http://www.siobhanmiller.bandcamp.com

Miriam Jones – Warning from Between green and gone.

http://www.miriamjones.com

http://www.miriamjones.bandcamp.com

Hem – Rainy night in Georgia from No word from Tom.

http://www.hemmusic.com

Dan Whitehouse – What I didn’t see from Dreamland tomorrow.

http://www.dan-whitehouse.com