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DOGREL FONTAINES DC


Callum Gray 9/10


Dogrel opens raucously. Grian Chatten’s intimidatingly cool drone drives ‘Big’ it’s a war cry of a track.. Dogrel offers a comfortable unpredictability, walking the line carefully between commerciality and more experimental punk.


Grian Chatten spits ‘Sha, Sha, Sha’ with bile while the syncopated rhythm section sludges on with punishing conviction. Despite the intensity, the LP still has moments of tenderness with ‘Roy’s Tune’ and ‘Dublin City Sky’. An excellent closing track evoking traditional Irish melody as well as imagery of a city they all clearly love.


‘Chequeless Reckless’, ‘Liberty Belle’, ‘Boys In The Better Land’, ‘Hurricane Laughter’ and ‘Big’ stand-out by a mile. Whereas ‘Television Screen’ and ‘The Lotts’ don’t pack as much of a punch. Despite that, the album is one of the best offerings of the year so far.


THE EDGE OF LOVE EP LISA REDFORD


Richard Shashamane 9.5/10


Lisa Redford's new EP kicks off in bright, confident style with the uptempoLet Gowhich has a "stronger on my own" attitude of liberation. A cracking start to the record.


I Just Can't Forgethas a classic country feel, the tempo dropping for this reflective, lonely and melancholic piece that can easily be imagined forming part of a soundtrack.


This mood continues on the sparse and hauntingly atmospheric arrangement ofAlone Tonight. Clear and expressive vocals, warm bass and sympathetic production from Jose McGill.


Anything But Easypicks up the tempo again with dobro intro from Noel Dashwood and another superb vocal performance from Lisa.


The EP is an extremely impressive release with strong, heartfelt vocals and accomplished songwriting, musicianship and production. One can feel the creative energy and love that went into this lovely little collection of varied acoustic folk Americana.


WHEN YOU'RE READY MOLLY TUTTLE


David Auckland 9/10


This California born singer songwriter has been making big waves since moving to Nashville four years ago, slicing through genres. She has been honoured by both the International Bluegrass Music Association and by the Americana Music Association. This side of the pond she has been played on BBC Radio 2 by both Bob Harris and Mark Radcliffe. Half of her UK dates in April have already sold out.


Yet despite the shouting and the noise When You're Ready emerges as one of the most impressive and accessible of debut albums. Tuttles' voice shines clear and true; her sense of melody is keen; and her complex mix of flatpicking, clawhammer and cross-picking is a guitar lover's delight. My favourite track remains the inspirational 'Take The Journey', with its rootsy undertow reminiscent of Gillian Welch, but fans of Courtney Marie Andrews, Lera Lynn and Jess Morgan will also find much here to love and enjoy.


18 / APR-MAY 2019 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


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