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Out On A Limb Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Crayonsmith/ Elk
Heaven Is An Aeroplane / Wet Stars

The split single. An amazing way to hear two bands for the price of one. This offering from the label that brought you such classics as 1985's Screwdriver/Bad Brains split “Ebony & Ivory” sees two quirksome pop bands vying for position on the starting grid of life. Forcing ...view item »

Women's Christmas
Too Rich For Our Blood

Too Rich For Our Blood by Women's Christmas sounds a little bit like Daniel Johnson if he got his shit together and produced an album of coherent tunes instead of the delightful whimsy that all of his work features. The Dublin-based band is made up of members of Villagers, Jogging...view item »
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Peter Delaney
Witch Bottle

Mixing traditional Irish folk songs with vintage Hawaiian melodies, Limerick singer-songwriter Peter Delaney has already cooked up a storm in his native land. Having completed touring supports for The Swell Season and Mercury-nominated song-bard Fionn Regan, Delaney also finds the time to make s...view item »

Hidden Highways
Hidden Highways

Quiet Irish duo falling somewhere between 60s coffee shop folk and old time country by way of Mazzy Star. I thought they were from the US...in a good way. Don't seem to gig much in the UK which is a pity. Would like to hear an album from them as there's a distinctive sound there to be sure. Killer vocals-her more...view item »
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Owensie
Aliens

The obvious comparison the minute this begins is Jose Gonazalez. He's got a similar playing & singing style has this Michael Owens. A sort of metronomic guitar picking style embellished with sympathetic piano, violin & cello on some songs, low-key percussion popping up on other tracks too. From tender, dreamy folk-pop to more virtuoso at...view item »