Articles tagged ron sexsmith

Ron Sexsmith: The Last Rider

Sexsmith pens songs that are smart without being smarmy, clever without being cynical, and earnest without being shallow.

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Jenn Grant - ‘Compostela’ (album stream) (Premiere)

The Juno-nominated singer/songwriter Jenn Grant's newest LP, Compostela, will see its stateside release next week.

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22 Apr 2015 // 2:03 AM

Ron Sexsmith: Carousel One

Blandness sometimes encroaches, but Sexsmith’s 14th record proves, at its strongest, to be a typically warm, reassuring, and likeable piece of work.

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Ron Sexsmith: Long Player Late Bloomer

Some say great art comes from suffering. I’d like to think that wasn’t necessarily true. But in Sexsmith’s case, his music was much more interesting when he was unhappy.

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Gem Found: An Interview with Damon Castillo

Artist/producer PC Muñoz mines for gems and grills the greats.

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Ron Sexsmith: Exit Strategy of the Soul

Sexsmith proves that he has a ready understanding of how soul music ought to sound, but not necessarily what it takes to write it.

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16 Jun 2008 // 5:21 AM

Tilly and The Wall, Ron Sexsmith, Ed Harcourt…

Tilly and The Wall Cacophony [MP3] (from O releasing 17 June on Team Love)       Pot Kettle Black [MP3] (from O releasing 17

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Ron Sexsmith sings songs of succor. On his latest album, the Canadian songwriter may address itchy subjects like the toll time takes, the sudden suicide

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Ron Sexsmith: Time Being

Ron Sexsmith is the songwriter everyone envies, but nobody wants to be. Time Being offers a perfect explanation.

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7 Apr 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Ron Sexsmith: Retriever

Of all the singer-songwriters that release work year in and year out, one would be hard-pressed to find one as consistently engaging, accessible, and just

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	Ron Sexsmith: Cobblestone Runway

When an artist needs motivation to create something new, nothing does it quicker, more suddenly, than personal hardship. The very thing happened to Toronto singer/

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4 Jun 2001 // 4:00 PM

        Ron Sexsmith: Blue Boy

The charm of Canada’s Ron Sexsmith has always been the seeming ease and simplicity of his lyrical storytelling, at once immediate, unadorned and direct.

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//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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