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Hospitality for Hope Stylusboy

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Although this is their debut album, Coventry-based Stylusboy (Steve Jones and Rachel Grisedale) are by no means green behind the ears; they have been cutting their chops on the folk scene since 2009 with a steady stream of EP releases, each one bolder and more confident than the last. They utilise the pleasing combo of male and female voice - and on this album they blend particularly well their unique folk-styled harmonies with interesting guitar lines, the double bass talents of Nizlopi's John Parker and production assistance from One Little Indian folk songstress Polly Paulusma. Stylusboy have already proved their mastery in merging the timeless vibe of acoustica with modern tools of internet witchery, giving away free downloads on Record Store Day, performing online gigs from kitchens, handcrafting their EPs and tying them up with string, championing Twitter but largely to engage their growing live audience. Digi-pack on uncoated brown card. Insert booklet is hand stitched. Sleave and CD in pristine condition, as new.
Tracks: 1. Lantern; 2. Goodbye Day; 3. Love's Tale; 4. Staring at the Sky; 5. Eyes Form Tears; 6. Chasing the Light; 7. Closer; 8. Be the First; 9. Hospitality for Hope; 10. Hold My Hand.

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Band/artist(s):
Stylusboy
Catalogue number:
WLDSND022
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Folk
Label:
Wild Sound Recordings
Tracks:
10

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Although this is their debut album, Coventry-based Stylusboy (Steve Jones and Rachel Grisedale) are by no means green behind the ears; they have been cutting their chops on the folk scene since 2009 with a steady stream of EP releases, each one bolder and more confident than the last. They utilise the pleasing combo of male and female voice - and on this album they blend particularly well their unique folk-styled harmonies with interesting guitar lines, the double bass talents of Nizlopi's John Parker and production assistance from One Little Indian folk songstress Polly Paulusma. Stylusboy have already proved their mastery in merging the timeless vibe of acoustica with modern tools of internet witchery, giving away free downloads on Record Store Day, performing online gigs from kitchens, handcrafting their EPs and tying them up with string, championing Twitter but largely to engage their growing live audience. Digi-pack on uncoated brown card. Insert booklet is hand stitched. Sleave and CD in pristine condition, as new.
Tracks: 1. Lantern; 2. Goodbye Day; 3. Love's Tale; 4. Staring at the Sky; 5. Eyes Form Tears; 6. Chasing the Light; 7. Closer; 8. Be the First; 9. Hospitality for Hope; 10. Hold My Hand.

Band/artist(s):
Stylusboy
Catalogue number:
WLDSND022
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Folk
Label:
Wild Sound Recordings
Tracks:
10

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