Mad Canines and Englishmen may be the collaborative work between Joseph Porter from Blyth Power as well as the Miller brothers of Whisky Priests fame. All residing from North areas of Britain, their music assumes that regional taste. Mad Canines and Englishmen released their debut HEADING DOWN with Alice in 2000 soon after the Whisky Priests announced that they might cease to become, at least for the near future. Unlike the frenetic, electric-folk character of both Blyth Power and Whisky Priests, this group made a decision to accentuate the acoustic using the accordion playing of Glenn Miller, Porter’s classical guitar and percussion and Gary Miller’s mandolin and classical guitar. Porter and Gary Miller talk about both songwriting and business lead vocal fine detail. While their music still possesses a clear urgency, it really is carried out so without guitar, bass, and drums, staples for both from the bands that these members arrived.