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Red River Dialect
Broken Stay Open Sky

Fourth LP from London-based indie folk outfit Red River Dialect. Tender and sensitive stuff, with atmospheric guitar and string arrangements alongside frontman David Morris’ breathy and honest vocals. Broken Stay Open Sky is their first release on Paradise of Bachelors. Delicate stuff, but it's ok - the vi...view item »

Red River Dialect
Tender Gold and Gentle Blue

There’ll always be a place in the English countryside for mellow, nostalgic folk and Red River Dialect give us a fine addition with Tender Gold and Gentle Blue. Based around the acoustic guitar, the eleven tracks on the album are melancholic folk tunes aided by strings and piano. The album feels like tradi...view item »

Red River Dialect

Quite pleased to see this arrive today, since I remember being quite impressed with the last thing I heard from Red River Dialect - a split with hazy fel...view item »

Red River Dialect/ Colour Sun

Now this I like a lot. Two tracks from each of these bands, both from Falmouth in Cornwall. The Colour Sun tracks are really blissed out psychedelic folk. For a duo their music has real depth, and for me their songs are the stand-outs of this split. The first one is a largely instrumental jam, lots of repetitive grooves, lots of room for the mel...view item »

Red River Dialect
White Diamonds

Well this is really nice. Primarily a contemporary folk recording with some very subtle psychedelic & dark country elements, RRD is Cornwall dwelling David Morris and he steers clear of the haughty excesses of the trad. brigade & fills his brightly played yet sometimes somber songs with feeling & wonder. An occasional electric steals...view item »