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GENEVIEVE TUDOR (BBC Radio Shropshire)
Me, Him and The Can Crusher (Lama 007)
This is a lovely CD...really super!"(more...)

FATEA MAGAZINE (Neil King)
Me, Him and The Can Crusher (Lama 007)
"Me, Him and The Can Crusher" sees Northumberland based duo Landermason, notch up album number five. The duo, Fiona Lander and Paul Mason, have developed a style that brings a jazz element to a contemporary folk sound and distinctly feature (more...)

THE CRACK MAGAZINE April 2013
Me, Him and The Can Crusher (Lama 007)
Landermason are principally Bellingham based singer/song writers Fiona Lander and Paul Mason who play traditional folk music that they're not afraid to infuse with a nice bit of light jazz to get toes a-tapping. Here you'll find epic tales  (more...)

LIVING TRADITION Issue 85
Tree of Souls
'We mix up folk and jazz, like no one else has, quite the way we do' sums it up. Consummately skilled and assured musicians Fiona Lander (vocals, piano, clarinet, saxophones, whistles), and Paul Mason (vocals, guitars, fretless bass, harmon (more...)

AROUND KENT FOLK (Feb/March 2010)
Tree of Souls
Each Landermason CD is a voyage of discovery and what a good journey it is. Nine of the ten songs are self-composed but with so many different styles - soulful, bluesy, jazzy, folkrock. All entertaining, nothing harsh about the music, just  (more...)

CRACK MAGAZINE Dec 09
Tree of Souls
Point of order: the first track on this beautiful album is about a load of boots being stuck up a tree and it ISN'T the one in Heaton Park...Never mind. Landermason are a kind of folk flipside to The Unthanks, in that their stuff is keen (more...)

Netrhythms.co.uk November 09
'Tree of Souls'

This Northumberland-based duo made quite an impact on me with their classy 2007 CD (more...)

HEXHAM COURANT September 2009
'Tree of Souls'
Henry Ford had the concept off to a "T" - if you find the winning formula, run with it.
Many years later the distinctive, cerebral folk-tinged-with jazz, which Bellingham-based duo Landermason have discovered as a vehicle for thei 
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ROCK'n'REEL MAGAZINE Nov/Dec 2007
'The Reason'
There's not so much of a rennaisance as a revolution going on in the North East. First Megson and now Fiona Lander and Paul Mason a duo who starts with folk music and transport it to their own space.

The tradition is represented by 'W (more...)

HI FI+ MAGAZINE Issue 58
'The Reason'
I'm not normally drawn to tis kind of music, I find much of it bland and uninspiring - perfect for elavators and hotel lobbies but almost impossible to actually sit down and listen to. This though, is different. Landermason are essentially  (more...)

FRoots
The Reason
"Strongly melodic, thoughtfully crafted, skillfully managed and admirably classy" Thumbs up (more...)

FOLKING.COM
The Reason
"The whole album is a delight, from the distictive CD cover artwork of Northumberland images to the crisp, quality of its production and range of material. Fiona and Paul are highly talented musicians who can turn their hand to a wide varie (more...)

BBC Radio 3 Lucy Duran 'World Routes'
The Reason
"Great album! I like the bit of jazz in there". (more...)

MOJO PLAYLIST 2007
When The Boat Comes In
'When the Boat Comes In'."Yes it's that old Little Fishy song but wrapped in a guise, by the ultra-talented,Lande r and Mason duo, that edges into folk, jazz and other areas". (more...)

LIVING TRADITION
The Reason
It's a medieval fiedom fiefdom, a novel by Sir Walter Scott or is it, perhaps a breed of cattle? Wrong on all counts, Landermason is a duo comprising Fiona Lander and Paul Mason and this is their is their thrid album comprising a largely se (more...)