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Ian Whulj

Bainbridge Island, Washington
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  1. Io EP
    by Cricket Blue
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    Kentucky Kentucky
    Out of just voices, guitars, strings, and creative brilliance, Cricket Blue fashions strikingly original and intelligent songs. Transcendent harmonies, elegant finger-picking, and bold juxtapositions of tempo are all handled masterfully. Beautifully and meaningfully, they flat out defy being categorized simply as “folk” music.

  2. Fish Eyes EP
    by Haley Heynderickx
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    Fish Eyes Fish Eyes
    Paisley Underground for the 21st century. (Remember Opal? Yeah, THAT good!)

    Visceral, bluesy, psychedelic folk ballads that slip in with a twangy, coffee-house sensibility, and then unleash like brilliant exploding stars!

  3. Nansemond
    by Nathan Bowles
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    Golden Floaters/Hog Jank Golden Floaters/Hog Jank
  4. Vault of Angels
    by Medina / Walsh
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    Salton Sea Salton Sea
  5. Jake Xerxes Fussell
    by Jake Xerxes Fussell
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    Let Me Lose Let Me Lose
  6. Musical Postcards
    by Bourgeois Heroes
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    Rosamonde Rosamonde
  7. The Natural Selection Australian Songbook
    by Bush Gothic
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    True Blue True Blue
    Traditional Aussie folk songs are treated to sumptuous reinventions. Jenny M. Thomas' virtuosic violin and sensuous vocals swing rapturously alongside double bass, drumkit, and string quartet. The production throughout is rich, clean, and modern.

    These songs simultaneously seem both brand new and yet deeply familiar. A delightful effect!

  8. Plume
    by Gaze is Ghost
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    Firefly Firefly
    Songs drifting out of a smoky Parisian nightclub - or just as easily a medieval abbey. Tonal dreams with melodies that soar and swing like the gulls and surf of an autumn ocean.

    Ms. McGarrigle's voice is continuously shifting – angelic, dusky, lilting, haunted... Her inscrutable whispers resolving into precise, surreal poetry. It is all extraordinary!

  9. Impossible Truth
    by William Tyler
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    The World Set Free The World Set Free
  10. North Fork of the Jump
    by Andrew Weathers
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    Valley of the Dry Bones Valley of the Dry Bones
    Bold and reverby banjo melodies jostle and wander across gossamer organ landscapes.

    Strident yang and tender yin, the two tracks are contrasting and complimentary. Both are intoxicating and transfixing – an exceptional release.
  11. Acres
    by Mike Dumovich
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    Dumb Luck Dumb Luck
    Vashon Island, where these songs come from, lies only 15 miles from Bainbridge Island, where I live. Though rich in forests, farms and wild beaches, only once in 40 years have I taken the long, circuitous drive and ferry ride to get there.

    Still, it beckons from across gray waters, a vague form on the southern horizon. A familiar enigma. A poignant memory of future possibility.

    This album is a lot like that.



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