A Worthier Man

Bad Apple

 

What a delight, some West Coast tunes just in time to help us all fend off our homesickness! And for those of you who don’t yearn for the mountains to once again etch your backdrop, here’s a couple songs from that beautiful place we call the West, from us to you.

This band raw in age but ripe in talent, takes ownership over their folk sound: a feat not to be overlooked considering the generous supply of folk groups these days. You can expect some stomp-inducing instrumental riffs to the likes of Mumford mixed with some graceful vocals to the likes of Fleet Foxes and Hey Ocean. And of course, this review would not be complete without mention of the most adored accordion in Vancouver since Mr.Lloyd’s sixth grade six along circles. With a carefully tended collection of piano, guitar vocals, trumpet, percussion and trombone, Good for Grapes promises to be a solid, hearty sound.

-Kate

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