Album Reviews, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Indie

Hayley Gene Penner’s Debut Album “People You Follow,” Tells the Story of Being a Teenage Girl Who is Confused and in Love

During a time when society is becoming hyperconscious about the treatment and pressures of young females in Hollywood, more and more artists are willing to bear their story through their craft. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba as the daughter of iconic Canadian performer Fred Penner, singer-songwriter Hayley Gene Penner became exposed to the ups […]

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Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Indie, Interviews, Pop

INTERVIEW: Sam Kaiser Tells a Tale Of Two Worlds, The Origin of His Latest EP, and Artistic Experimentation

After releasing the successful single “Good Things,”—a song that sounds like a meditative warm hug, multi-instrumentalist Sam Kaiser has come to introduce his latest project Pocket Change, a 4-track EP that features the heritage folk tempo of Kaiser’s previous songs, but this time with more of a soft rock vibe akin to the work of […]

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Album Reviews, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Indie

Vancouver-Based Singer/Songwriter Wesley Attew Releases Debut EP “Where Do We Go From Here”

Home is not always where you’re from but where you belong, with some of us, travelling the whole world to find it. After spending many years working and travelling from continent to continent, British-born singer/songwriter Wesley Attew became aware of his growing draw towards settling and finding a permanent home. During a road trip from […]

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Album Reviews, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Indie

LA-Based Singer/Songwriter Misao McGregor Releases Autobiographical Full-Length Record, “Kid In The Corner”

Ever since her earliest days, 24-year-old Misao McGregor has always felt like that small kid in the corner who feels afraid, lost, forgotten, and quite frankly, not worth the trouble they stir up. As an openly gay, mixed-race, non-binary femme, Misao has encountered many moments when individuals didn’t believe in her or made her feel […]

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