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Julie Doiron
Julie Doiron Canta en Español Vol. III

Former Eric's Trip bassist Julie Doiron has long been a much loved songwriter whose work has been compared to Damien Jurado or Bill Callahan. Influenced by the '60s and '70s songwriters who did the same and with the assistance of label boss and poet Jesus Llorente she has now tr...view item »

Julie Doiron
Désormais / Heart and Crime

Exciting reissue klaxon! This double re-release of Julie Doiron's stunning 2001 album ‘Désormais’ and 2002's 'Heart And Crime', previously out of print on vinyl, is testament to the Canadian's disarmingly warm songwriting. Weaving together gentle fingerpicking, ethereal vocals and twinkling piano, this record ...view item »

Julie Doiron
Julie Doiron Canta en Español Vol. II

With an album count of twelve, Julie Doiron has well established herself as a solid part of the singer songwriter crew. This seven-track release contains some of the most relaxed and chilled guitars that Doiron has put on her albums to date. Combine this with her soft vocals in spanish and you’ve got a winning record. ...view item »

Okkervil River/Julie Doiron

Eric's Trip vocalist Julie Doiron joins forces with literary folk rock band Okkervil River for an unexpected but extremely logical split -- both bands, at this time in their career, were interested in making sparse, sincere and vulnerable folk songs. Okkervil River had only released two records at this point and were still an unhinged, uncomprom...view item »

Julie Doiron
I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day

'I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day' sees Julie Doiron on fine form and easily her most rocking solo outing to date. You may be aware of Julie Doiron for her work with the recently reformed Canadian lo-fi indie rock outfit Eric's Trip which would explain recording credit for fellow Eric's Trip founder Rick White. They may not be an item any mo...view item »

Julie Doiron
Woke Myself Up

JULIE DOIRON is back with her first album in 2 years. 'Woke Myself Up' features band Eric's Trip (possibly named after a track on Sonic Youth classic 'Daydream Nation'). This is more of her melancholy brand of female singer songwriter acoustic guitar gear that's terribly pleasant. On 'Swan Pond' I particularly li...view item »