Random Article

 
Folk
 
 
 
Folk
 

Michael Baker – “Caught in the Crossfire”

A track from Michael Baker‘s new album How Come You Sleep, “Caught in the Crossfire” impresses with its ardent vocals and guitar/piano interplay. Acoustical lushness and prancing piano accompany Baker’s ...
 
Folk
 

Vikki Gilmore – “everything & more”

A tender folk ballad from Vikki Gilmore, “everything & more” reflects on moments one wishes could last forever. Soulful guitar twangs and grounding vocal lead reminding fondly of Weyes Blood, with swaying guita...

 
Folk
 

Glenn Echo – “Hearth”

A new release from Glenn Echo, “Hearth” is a satiating, evolving folk track with string infusions and electronic-minded percussive entries. Brisk acoustics percussive pitter-patter craft an elegant beginning. Caress...
 
Folk
 

Alessandro Takeshi – “Ghosts and Dead Ends”

“Ghosts and Dead Ends” is a shimmering track from Alessandro Takeshi, infusing aspects of folk and dream-pop with twinkling keys and a hooky vocal lead. Wordless vocal enthusiasm and soaring instrumentation, with a ...

 
Folk
 

Alex Kahn – “Lorelai”

The Marble Jar by Alex Kahn “Lorelai” is a beautiful track Alex Kahn wrote as an ode to his dog. The Philadelphia-based artist elaborates in detail about the themes below, exploring specifically the unique connectio...
 
Folk
 

Said Sara – “I Star As You”

A recent track from Said Sara — the project of San Francisco-based David Benson — “I Star As You” unfolds delightfully, expanding with ruminating acoustics alongside thumping percussion and piano-laden c...

 
Folk
 

Enfant Terrible – “Wait With Me”

First catching my ear with the excellent “Theodore” and L’air du Temps this past fall, Enfant Terrible captivate with the music video for “Wait With Me,” the EP’s fourth track. Lush brass eventuall...
 
Americana
 

Half Bath – “Michigan”

“Michigan” is a lovely new track from Half Bath, the Washington, DC-based project of Reed Doherty. Twangy guitars and heartfelt vocals kick off, exuding a swaying, nonchalant charm. “We’re only here for ...

 
Folk
 

Cass & Crossland – “The Death of Maggie Simon”

An ardent showing from Cass & Crossland, “The Death of Maggie Simon” shows the Phoenix-based duo’s songwriting might. Stirring strings, intermingling vocal harmonies, and serene acoustics join for a natur...
 
Folk
 

Julian Dinwoodie – “Up N down Til the End”

Julian Dinwoodie‘s “Up N down Til the End” shows a consuming, emotive folk sound with moving orchestral flourishes. The Los Angeles-based songwriter/producer impressed with the track “Madness Over Might&...