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NIGEL WRIGHT'S CHURCH SESSIONS LIVE VIDEO OF ANNA

February 16, 2012

Tomorrow will be the international release of Nigel Wright's single ANNA. For us, this is a big leap forward as a new label, and we are celebrating this with the release of the first band session live video we shot with the guys in Berlin this January. Enjoy the Church Sessions version of »Anna« of Nigel's Single »Anna« at our media page on Youtube or on Vimeo. Feel free to share it if you like it. ...

The Grapevine: 'Let me know when you manage to find a way out.'

March 13, 2012

' Inspired by his home of mistymountaintop in the Blueridge and the wavey milfoil aquatic plants, Nigel Wright wrote Millfoil at the age of 16. Recorded ‘with determination to avoid obvious progressions, standard tunings, and plain chords,’ in a home studio using lo-fi equipment that required careful sound production, he created a beautiful album that displays astounding maturity both in sound and lyric. The songs in Millfoil range from the vibrant opening track ‘Advances’  w ...

constantly on the way to a better place: 'Nigel Wright moves beyond this tradition of early 70s folk'

March 13, 2012

' when you first hear that nigel lives by the blue ridge mountains in georgia (usa) and that he plays folk music, it seems like he fits right into this cliché of folk and perhaps even alt-country singer-songwriters. but nevertheless, nigel wright’s debut album millfoil shows that there’s much more to his music. millfoil has a clear line running through it from advance to the title track at the end. it’s an eclectic mix of well-crafted songs with vocals that seem extremely strong but ye ...

umstrum: 'It was with determination to avoid obvious progressions'

March 16, 2012

' Singer-songwriter Nigel Wright lives near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Goergia, where he writes and records his music mostly at home. From an early age he lived surrounded by artists, writers, and musicians and always knew he had to create something, but it had to be something unique. When he finally, almost reluctantly, picked up his father’s guitar, it was with determination to avoid obvious progressions, standard tunings, and plain chords.

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