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Josh Doyle

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  2. Single Reviews

Let’s get straight to it. Doyle’s poignant acoustic storytelling in ‘Soldier Song’ is warm of tone and hits straight at the heart. This is a classic narrative song that tells a story, more direct and unambiguous than pop music and, perhaps, more powerful given its rarity these days. Musically we have just one big round […]

  1. Music
  2. Single Reviews

Following up on ‘The End Of Fear’, Josh Doyle is releasing a new version of ‘Aphrodite’. Getting straight to the point, this version has no guitars but I’m an honest bloke, so have to admit that I didn’t notice this until I read Josh Doyle’s website. What it does have is electronic genius at every […]

  1. Music
  2. EP Reviews

Reappearing in an unexpectedly fresh way, Josh Doyle’s ‘The End of Fear’ EP has marks of creative genius all over the emotional tracks, which vary from industrious (with sampled rhythms and layered guitars) to chilled acoustic. The title track opens with a mysterious muted guitar sound flanked by crackly samples shooting from left to right. […]

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Josh Doyle toured the UK with an acoustic guitar, founded the Dum Dums, then moved to Nashville. A talented versatile singer/songwriter. Josh recently released music with Church of Roswell.