Archive for the 'Kathleen Edwards' Category

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

By the time Kathleen Edwards’ forthcoming album, Voyageur, sees the light of day early next January, it will have been almost four years since her last album, Asking For Flowers. A complete travesty for those of us who have had her records in constant rotation since her debut LP in 2003. But thankfully the first […]

Monday, December 14th, 2009

What is it that makes us want to deconstruct art by units of time? Lists. We love making them. We love arguing over them. And here, on the verge of a new decade, we’re in a position to do the same again. What were the best albums of the past ten years? Here at AD, […]

Monday, April 21st, 2008

Canadian singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards‘ debut, 2003’s Failer, made our top ten list of that year. Five years and three albums later, Edwards, on tour in support of her new album Asking For Flowers, sat down with AD to discuss the new album, and what she’s been up to since ’05s Back To Me. * * […]

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

If you somehow manage to avoid the sophomore slump in music, all eyes immediately shift to see if there’s the junior jinx. Kathleen Edwards avoided that slump by creating a more nuanced and textured version of her debut with Back to Me in 2005, but you can only reshuffle the same deck so many times. […]

Monday, December 3rd, 2007

It’s 1999. Kathleen Edwards records a seven-song EP entitled Building 55 and presses 500 copies. This EP, now long out of print, is the first recorded output of Edwards’ career prior to her signing with a label and releasing her full length debut, 2003’s Failer. Here are the seven tracks off Building 55 for posterity. […]