T. Nile- The Cabin Song EP   Leave a comment


The Cabin Song

Outside Dstribution

 Currently the indie-darling of the Canadian, modern-folk circuit, British Columbia’s Tamara Nile maintains the significant interest generated by her charming debut album of a couple years back.

 This elegant little EP of five songs and a pair of acoustic, instrumental interludes arrives in advance of an album due in 2010. Vocally, Nile reminds one of Edie Brickell (especially on Rock Watcha Got) minus the intense affectations of Mrs. Paul Simon. The arrangements are more intricate than last time out, with percussion pulsing in the distance and Bob Hamilton’s Dobro colouring the margins. Unfortunately, her pointillist banjo plinking isn’t nearly as prominent.


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