Lost Is Not Losing (25/11/2016)

'Delivers an Extraordinary punch' - Daily Express ****

'Glasgow's Doghouse Roses take us to the dark side and back. They're folking great!' Americana UK 8/10

'A highly original and  effective contemporary sound drawing on folk, country and americana influences' - ****, R2 Magazine, December 2016

'Majestic guitar playing and peerless, glorious vocals on songs that drift from laments to country highway stonkers'  - Fatea Magazine

'Glasgow duo Paul Tasker and Iona Macdonald have often been compared to Sandy Denny and Bert Jansch, and it's easy to understand why; a self confessed Jansch devotee, Tasker's playing has the same flowing feel, his effortless fingerpicking perfectly complementing Macdonald's fragile vocals. An album that doesn't shirk from difficult subject matter - politics, alcoholism and prostitution are all vividly brought to life - from the folky 'The Whistle Song', to the light country feel of Diesel Engine' and Paul's 'New Year Rag', the pair borrow influences from all over the place.  But it all hangs together making this rather special' - Acoustic Magazine, November 2016

 

This Broken Key (2010)

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How've You Been (all this time)? (2009)

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