Shiny Silvery Things by Cormac O Caoimh:A rich and rewarding brew

This fascinating singer -songwriter and classically trained guitarist from Cork continues to enchant listeners with his third album. Any Cormac O Caoimh (his last name is pronounced as O Queeve) song signifies chill time. His tunes remind me of summer because of its exuberance and easiness. And that vocal smoothness is my cappuccino. This Irish …

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Listening to This is the Past by Months of Indecision is a Good Thing.

They describe themselves as a two-piece lyrical acoustic band from Olympia, Washington. Just punks playing sad love songs. Months of Indecision are a duo of Ely and Sox. They write and record warm acoustic tunes that I started liking at first listen. They are mysterious but I got this bio from their Facebook page: Months of …

Depressed? Listen to the Voice of Lauren Ní Chasaide

I first heard of her amazing voice through the social media posts of another Irish singer-songwriter Aisling Jarvis (who is by the way the daughter of Moya Brennan for those who are unaware). Ní Bheidh Tú Riamh Leat Féin is her first public track posted via Sound Cloud. It is in Irish Gaelic which is really addicting …

Buffalo Souls by Dan Snyder: A Ride Into Beautiful Sonic Places

Wow, who is Dan Snyder? Listening to Buffalo Souls is like riding a spaceship. It all takes off with the first track Beneath Our Veins. And then it progresses from there. There are little sounds that sparkle throughout this recording. They are like fireflies or planetary rings that shine. If you listen to in-ear headphones …

JC Wrightson. Hear this artist out!

http://jcwrightson.bandcamp.com/releases I discovered this artist via Twitter. JC Wrightson is from Sweden and his music is acoustic-based. His singing style is mellow and expressive. He just released a single called The Tree. Nothing is Forever is the B-side. The title track is powerful and evocative.  This song is begging for a good movie. According to him: I …