Spiro Kaleidophonica Real World Records by Ky Junkins From the first note, the strings of Spiro coalesce to fill the room with a glorious sound. While some cite a Gaelic influence in the England-born quartet’s instrumental mesh, to this reviewer, the group’s fourth album feels […]
Though they might not be stackin’ Gs, the tribute band shows business sense booking the La Salle’s show for April 19th.
The album is mostly sung in the lovely, ephemeral syllables of Azmari – one of 90 languages spoken in Ethiopia, and one that lends itself well to Dubulah’s epic sounds.
Gone is this stage fright-ridden, quiet, young singer-songwriter. Bacior’s tracks online sound professionally produced and her style is lustrous and ephemeral, kind of Kate Nash or Lily Allen without the attitude and with increased intricacy.