Earshot Review

By Tristin Norenberg-Goodmanson
Mar 10, 2013

Buckman Coe is a world traveler, muti-talented musician and singer-songwriter. He is a social activist based in Vancouver, B.C. and pursuesan ecological approach to music making as well as social activism. He is musically influenced by the Roots-Rock-Reggae formula. His recent Crow’s Nest EP is not an introduction but follow-up to last year’s well-received, full-length album; By the Mountains Feet (2012). The songs on Crow’s Nest are acoustic and flavoured with world-beat soul and reggae infusions, Middle Eastern melodies and Flamenco guitar riffs. As an independent, he has a history of live performance and could very well explode onto the Canadian and International summer music festival scene unannounced. Therefore without further ado, I invite you to discover Buckman Coe and his good-time, emotional balladry and quality-filled, addictive vocals. All lyrics on the Crow’s Nest EP are written by Buckman Coe, and the album is produced by Jason Kechely.