08/08/10 23:02 Filed in: Album Reviews
Steve Brockley, Canadian born folk artists who is causing quiet a stir in the Canadian folk music scene. His self-entitled debut album is available now.
His major influences are Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie and John Hurt.
Steve sums up his music and group: Leon Power’s greasy beats combined with Kevin Bertam’s percussive double base swagger make a low-down dirty groove while Steve Brockley’s stumble-picking guitar tactics and mellow whiskey-blend vocals mix with a song writing style reminiscent of Hank Williams or Mississippi John Hurt.
Smooth finger picking combined with exquisite vocals, this is one great album. Check it out now.
Official MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/stevebrockley