“Wind From The South” performed live at River and Sky

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From the River and Sky Festival, July 2011


Six Jars

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Six Jars on Vimeo, by Southern Souls


People In Your Neighbourhood

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People In Your Neighbourhood,
backed by Kingston’s Open Voices Community Choir,
at Portsmouth United Church


Six Jars named one of “five songs worth a listen” by The Globe and Mail

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Thoughtful, breezy and with the wonder of Cockburn, the Kingston folkestra sings gently about the remedies that get you through the night.

(November 2011)
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Carolina

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Carolina on Vimeo, by Southern Souls


Sarah Greene chooses Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me as one of her 2011 Top Ten!

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At times they sound like Ontario’s answer to Belle and Sebastian, except on top of the guitars and banjos and orchestral arrangements they’ve added what they call spectral processing (fuzzy audio samples from their neighbourhood).

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NOW Magazine reviews Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me

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Over 100 Kingston musicians, including PS I Love You and the Queen’s Symphony Orchestra, pitched in on the band’s 2010 debut, Dawn Time Riot. Their sophomore album, Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me (Apple Crisp), is more subdued and sees the core group gathering in tighter.

By Sarah Greene
(December 2011)

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Dreams

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Dreams on Vimeo, by Southern Souls


Exclaim’s review of Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me

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The Gertrudes deliver another eccentric selection of modern folk music on their second full-length. But the Kingston, ON mega-band have pulled back on the tempos since last year’s frenzied debut, Dawn Time Riot. Although they’re still a wild kitchen party, at times, most of the album is of a quieter bent, more suitable for an afternoon on the couch under a handmade afghan. This is an album that’s beautifully representative of all of contemporary folk’s finest features.

By Rachel Sanders
(November 2011)
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Torontoist’s Sound Advice reviews Till The Morning Shows Her Face To Me

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Till The Morning exhibits immense musical versatility. Look no further than the title track for proof: “Derby Girl” starts off sounding like a frenetic Nick Drake, then sounds a bit like a Canadiana Talking Heads with a killer ’90s-alternative-rock chorus, lamenting a breakup with a riot grrl.

By Robin Hatch
(December 2011)

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