Findlay Brown’s Love You Will Find You

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Friday 30 January 2009

A former bare-knuckle boxer from Yorkshire, England (for real), Findlay Brown was heralded by many as the UK’s answer to Jose Gonzales when his debut album, Separated By The Sea, was released on Peacefrog Records in 2007. Love Will Find You moves beyond his earlier folk sound to a more ambitious — and soulful — […]

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John Butler Trio’s Oceans

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By Francis Andrews in Video on Monday 29 December 2008

This is a fantastic piece of guitar playing. The John Butler Trio have been tearing up the roots scene Down Under for years now, and you can see why. He looks like your average nu-age folk singer-songwriter, but his obvious deep-rooted connection to the guitar — as demonstrated by his staggering sense of rhythm and […]

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Richard Swift

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By Francis Andrews in New Music on Wednesday 22 October 2008

The Cold War Kids gave a heads-up to this guy in their My Secret Playlist last week. Without knowing anything about him, I headed to his Myspace page, plugged in, and let the trembling rhythm and howling vocals of Would You wash right over me. Plucked straight from the Motown textbook, the music cuts deep. […]

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Familjen’s Spinning in My Head

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By Zolton in New Prizes on Wednesday 3 September 2008

We have eight Familjen CDs to give away to new Australian based Lost At E Minor subscribers who can tell us what ‘Familjen’ translates to in English.

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Scott Matthews’ Elusive

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By Zolton in Video on Friday 7 March 2008

Sheez, if I was a girl, I would probably be swooning right now. Elusive by Scott Matthews distills every breathy tremolo and falsetto that Jeff Buckley ever uttered into four minutes of beautiful melodies. Kinda special.

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