Review: Skyscraper Stan – Golden Boy Vol I and II

nzmusician.co.nz

Melbourne-based Kiwi songsmith Skyscraper Stan’s (Stan Woodhouse) folk-rock wordplay continues at the forefront of his second full-length release.  ‘Golden Boy Vol.I and Vol.II’ presents itself in the same vein as his 2015 release ‘Last Year’s Tune’, whereby Stan builds his sound on Americana, …

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Review: Skyscraper Stan – Golden Boy Vol I and II

elsewhere.co.nz

Yes, Stan Woodhouse does literally stand tall, but he also has a towering musical presence on this second album after Last Year’s Tune about four years ago. He’s a troubadour who explores characters on the periphery of society or those …

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Review: Skyscraper Stan – Golden Boy Vol I and II

spillmagazine.com

This album was somewhat of a surprise. I truly did not know what to expect, but what I got was a brilliant album full of some dark stories about everyday people and life. Golden Boy is Skyscraper Stan’s second full-length …

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Review: Skyscraper Stan – Golden Boy Vol I and II

fortemag.com.au

As with many left-of-centre Australasian roots rockers (think Wagons, CW Stoneking, Graveyard Train), my introduction to Skyscraper Stan was at a festival gig. With touring band The Commission Flats, the towering baritone drew fans-in-waiting like moths to a flickering porch …

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Review: Skyscraper Stan – Golden Boy Vol I and II

bmamag.com

Once a humble floor scrubber, Stan Woodhouse, AKA Skyscraper Stan, was “discovered” by his boss singing to himself while wielding a mop in a bar. Now Melbourne based, Woodhouse crisscrosses the country, a lone troubadour providing culture in rural towns. …

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Video Premiere: A Miner – Skulls Floating On

TheMusic

On Friday May 4, TheMusic premiered the video for A Miner’s song Skulls Floating On. View the article and watch the video over at TheMusic by clicking here. The new tune is the lead single from Oswin’s debut LP, As Water …

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Review: HEADS. – Collider

arcticdrones.com

Noisy rock music is often met with loathing by people who consider it not listener-friendly enough or with disdain from people who consider it to be inferior to jazz or classical music. However, what most people often call “noise” or …

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Review: Freya Josephine Hollick – The Unceremonious Junking Of Me

dashville.com.au

Freya Josephine Hollick is an old-timey, country, folk singer/songwriter from the Victorian Goldfields. She was born and raised in Ballarat, and although she has tried her hand at city living, Ballarat and rural Victoria are where she is most at …

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Review: Freya Josephine Hollick – The Unceremonious Junking Of Me

thecourier.com.au

Freya Josephine Hollick answers the door for at her home in East Ballarat wearing a brilliant emerald green cable-knit jumper. The weather has swung between the first blast of oppressive late spring heat and squally freezing rain. A friend’s couch left …

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Review: Freya Josephine Hollick – The Unceremonious Junking Of Me

fortemag.com.au

With this release, it marks Freya Josephine Hollick’s return following her 2014 release Beauty and Sorrow. Inspired in part by early blues songs, it’s dark folk at its finest that brings in an old world charm missed out with many …

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