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thewhiskeyarchive

thewhiskeyarchive

Folk / Nuevo Folk / Indie Folk Brisbane, QLD, AU  AU

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  • Shazdar (Artist)
    Shazdar
    Brother Beat and Sister Soul, we rub together our wings like singing crickets beneath the infinite firmament above, channeling the great Voice through our chirps. Dance, citizens of this Nation! Unleash the bellows and righteous eruptions that illuminate the quiet spark of sound!
  • Fronz Arp (Artist)
    Fronz Arp
    hheeeeyyyyyyyyy. good to see you guys leading the folk charts xx
  • amir mero (Artist)
    amir mero
    you are the best
  • Majed Atwi (Fan)
    Majed Atwi
    you got beautiful voice!
  • Richie Johnston (Artist)
    Richie Johnston
    thewhiskeyarchive !!
  • Alan Bay (Artist)
    Alan Bay
    Great songs, guys!!! Love the folk you make, wish you well this year :)

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  • The Whiskey Archive
  • The Whiskey Archive, Rics Bar, 27 January 2012

About

Sounds Like: Bon Iver, The Civil Wars, The Head and the Heart, The Falls

Manager: Jane Cameron

Bio: A special blend of smooth, smoky, nuevo-folk has been let loose with the release of thewhiskeyarchive’s self titled debut EP. From the first sip thewhiskeyarchive intrigues you - tantalising your tastebuds with bluesy flavour, teasing with a hint of alt-country, tipping their hat to the punk and ...See Full Bio

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" * * * * * ...I was nearly going to give this album only four stars on account of being too short, but I didn't want to divert anyone looking for an electro-acoustic gem. Each track manages to be satisfying in its very own way - no mean feat for a duo - and these satisfying differences are achieved in both style and instrumentation. Jane Cameron and Mark Bentley go places with voices, guitars, ukuleles, cellos, accordions and (in a good way) a glockenspiel that folks haven't been to before."

— Anonymous, iTunes user reviews

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  • Song Plays 1,674
  • Video Plays 386
  • Total Fans 840
  • ReverbNation Fans 321
  • Facebook Likes 386
  • Twitter Followers 74
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