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Mipso – Moonlight

     Clear back in 2013, Vodka posted a single, Carolina Calling, from bluegrass-tinged folk-pop group Mipso. Since that time, Mipso has been busy, continuing to carefully craft folk-pop gems. Moonlight (seen/heard here) is from the band’s latest (April 2018) long-player, Edges Run, containing twelve thoughtful and fun tracks.  At the time of the original review for Carolina Calling, the band had an earlier long-player, Long, Long Gone, which is apparently, um, long, long gone. No mention of that appears on their website. That said, there are two EP’s and another long-player, Coming Down The…

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Mipso – Down In The Water

     From time to time, Vodka takes a look back at an artist that graced our reviews some time ago to see how the group or artists is faring today. Sometimes we are disappointed to find they no longer exist, and sometimes, like this time, we find that the group/artist is still out there making great music. Enter Mipso, which first appeared on Vodka back in August of 2013 with Carolina Calling. Mipso is a folk-bluegrass group from Chapel Hills, North Carolina. They have been making music for a number…

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Mipso – Carolina Calling

 Carolina Calling (April 2013) is an new single from a great folk / bluegrass troupe called Mipso. It is an introspective look ahead and look back at life the way we think the road may take us and is an instantly likable and singable song. Mipso hails from North Carolina where the three-piece met while attending UNC. As well as this single, the group has a  full-length available, Long, Long Gone (April 2012) which is full of great tracks for a lousy $8 US.  You can…

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