Slim Dime

Slim Dime are an acoustic folk duo. Their music is contemporary and urban, but woven through with the simplicity and space of old time mountain music. Listen close: you can hear fog soaked valleys, mountain ash forests and the grit … Continue reading


Moosejaw Rifle Club is a four-piece folk/country/bluegrass band with four-part harmonies and hooks galore. Their rollicking rhythms have gained attention in every band-room they’ve played. Their original song-smithery melds effortlessly with their more traditional influences appealing to a diverse audience … Continue reading


The Duck Downpickers play acoustic-zyda-Jug-holy-billy-blues, a little tongue in beak! They cite among their influences Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers, The Skillet Lickers, R Crumb and The Cheap Suit Serenaders and the Old Crow Medicine Show. The group is a trio consisting … Continue reading


The Undertones came together after a particularly raucous jam session at the Guildford Banjo Jamboree, Victoria. Influenced by a shared love of traditional bluegrass and jazz grazz, Jim Golding (banjo), Don Gula (bass), Heath Joyce (mandolin) and Tom Wales (guitar) have quickly found their own unique … Continue reading


Zinnia Blue is an old-timey folk duo featuring interweaving guitars and two-part harmonies. The pair create sparse and brooding melodies and lyrical, uplifting ballads inspired by historical stories. Zinnia Blue deliver a heady combination of intelligent songwriting, folk guitar, and … Continue reading


The Burning Bridges play bluegrass, old-time and country blues from the bedrock of modern Americana, along with some originals, and feature vocal harmonies straight out of the Appalachian mountains. They have been promoting their album, “Down This Old Road,” at … Continue reading