Indie folk singer Robert Leslie is touring Europe this autumn to promote his fourth album, ‚Halfway Home,‘ released in Brooklyn, NY on August 5, 2022.
Folk Radio magazine says (16 august 2022): “Robert Leslie should be a household name. Halfway Home is his fourth album, yet for the most part, his name has been made on the streets of New York.” (…) “Leslie’s songs, fragile gems, reveal new facets with each listen.” (…) “I’m ready to run off to New York and see Leslie in the park while I still can. It won’t always be that way.”
Robert takes his inspiration from Bob Dylan, The Tallest Man On Earth, and Sufjan Stevens.
Halfway Home was produced by Perry Margouleff (Maroon 5, Paul Rodgers), who applied his analogue philosophy to the material and brought in Tony Garnier on bass (Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Tom Waits), Jake Sinclair on Wurlitzer, Mellotron, piano and vibes (Weezer, Panic at the Disco), and Scarlet Rivera on violin (On Bob Dylan’s ‚Hurricane‘ and many other songs).
‚Halfway Home‘ will be available for sale in vinyl, cassette and CD format at the show.
For a taste of his music, go to Spotify, Bandcamp, Apple, YouTube.
See https://www.folkradio.co.uk/2022/08/robert-leslie-halfway-home/# for the full review
Zuzana Mikulcova (SK)
Singer/songwriter Zuzana Mikulcová offers a unique mix of deeply personal Slovak lyrics, R’n’b feel and minimal electronic music production. She tries to reach beyond artistic limits and conventions in songwriting, production, band recording and sound design, offering a bold statement about their idea of modern pop
Zuzana has been a rising presence on the music scene in the last couple of years. She introduced herself with her first LP, Slová, in 2015. Since then she has constantly been touring Slovakia and Czech Republic, doing everything from solo shows in coffee shops to club dates, concert halls, music festivals and opening arenas for international acts like Lisa Simone or James Blunt. She has also been appeared on multiple TV shows, including a tribute concert for the 75th birthday of Slovak jazz legend Peter Lipa.
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