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Ryley Walker is a singer/songwriter and guitarist from Chicago. Having kicked around Chicago’s experimental free/noise music scene for several years, Walker recently turned to a folk-rock sound inspired by some of his heroes, among them Tim Hardin, Tim Buckley, and Bert Jansch.

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  • Avatar for RunningDoor
    Primrose green was my favourite record of 2015.
  • Avatar for fieldmuzick
    “...if one were inclined to accuse him of being a “traditional” folk musician, or some kind of tribute act for Van Morrison and the classics, his recent performances throw those assumptions out the window. What Walker is attempting here is something entirely different, and something that’s a total stranger to the Civil War-wave garbage that passes for modern folk or “indie” music on most stages these days. That he has already attempted it on the biggest stages, such as at Pitchfork, further proves that Walker isn’t taking the easy, commercial way here. More power to him. (http://www.nyctaper.com/2015/10/ryley-walker-october-9-2015-rough-trade-nyc-tompkins-square-10th-anniversary/) More Power To Him.
  • Avatar for electricchurch
    Picking up where Nick Drake left off, sure with a bit of Tim Buckley, really nice sound
  • Avatar for God_is_Sound
    Beautiful voice, amazing guitar playing, mindfloating arrangements from the new record: this guy has so much talent!
  • Avatar for Poncecutor
    Picking up where Nick Drake left off. Freaking majestic.
  • Avatar for Degarmo
    bad pastiche
  • Avatar for Haddonfield69
    Review at http://www.therealmusic.net/ryley-walker-primrose-green/
  • Avatar for Sosen
    Doesn't even try to not sound like Tim Buckley, but I think I'm okay with that.
  • Avatar for Walenta
    Heavy Pop Review: http://www.heavypop.at/ryley-walker-primrose-green/
  • Avatar for fieldmuzick
    "I think I get some shit sometimes for wearing my influences on my sleeve, but I hope people can see that I really love music. I love making it. It’s really fun." -- [url=http://noisey.vice.com/blog/ryley-walker-interview-sweet-satisfaction-video]Ryley Walker[/url]

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