During their latest visit to Toronto, I had the pleasure of meeting up with my long lost sisters in The Staves. It's been amazing to follow the journey of these harmony-masters as they keep growing and growing with each visit to the city. With that said, I was thrilled to
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Photos by Kayla Baker | @kaylasheaphoto
Simmering harmonies glided through a room transfixed on the three sisters before them. From utter silence to applause and untidy jokes, The Staves relished amongst the calm atmosphere created by The Platform and didn't shy away from its intimacy.
Laughing at the untimely heckles from odd crowd members, and questioning the
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The incessant rain from the night before proves to be relentless as daylight breaks and I emerge from the damp confines of my tent to find that the site is beginning to break down into
Prior to the start of the interview (which is taking place in the artists' Green Room backstage at Barn on the Farm Festival 2015) The Staves have been asked what they would like to drink. Jess asked for tea and Emily asked for a cold beer. Before getting to the
In Order: The Staves, Amber Run, Aquilo, Foy Vance, Eliza and the Bear, JP Cooper, The Academic, Chloe Black, George Cosby
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Photos by Jane Jimenez | @bporthos
Albert Hall in Manchester is fast becoming my favourite venue in the north west and experiencing Angus and Julia Stone here tonight was the perfect way to conclude this most amazing of musical years. On the surface there is no logical reason why these Antipodean siblings should compliment each so