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Edward Glen – “Longfellow Bridge”

Longfellow Bridge by Edward Glen Edward Glen’s “Longfellow Bridge” kicks in with a warm, twangy guitar lead and shimmering backing acoustics, alongside a simple though effective rhythm section. Lo-fi though me...
 
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Matt Portland – “South Destruction” + “As Summer Blows Away”

London-based songwriter Matt Portland impress on his debut double A-Side South Destruction/As Summer Blows Away. Portland begins both tracks with a sparsely elegant piano accompaniment alongside his caressing vocal presence, wi...

 
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Jake Winstrom – “Lightning Rod”

“Lightning Rod” is a haunting string-laden piece of folk/Americana from Jake Winstrom, who impressed with the track “Scared Away the Song” in May. From the same release, “Lightning Rod” wows ...
 
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Darryl Rahn – “Everybody’s Dancin'”

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Darryl Rahn penned “Everybody’s Dancin'” as a response to “hundreds of modern pop songs,” in addition to outlining “New York City nightlife through a slightly...

 
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The Rabbitts – “Wild”

Quaint acoustics and a vocal duet begin “Wild”, accompanying lyrical imagery of a hummingbird heading west out of adventure. It’s similarly pleasant throughout this new track from The Rabbitts, the British fol...
 
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Joel Porter – “Ready for the Harrow”

Released this morning, the beautifully serene “Ready for the Harrow” is another success from North Dakota-based artist Joel Porter, who impressed earlier this month with “Amaranthine“. Whisper-y vocals a...

 
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Joel Porter – “Amaranthine”

The gorgeous “Amaranthine” is a track released today from Joel Porter, who impressed last March with one of 2017’s best tracks in “St. Anthony“. This new gem is a highlight from his upcoming Hiraet...
 
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Alex Siegel – “Daydreaming Pilot”

“Daydreaming Pilot” is another success from Alex Siegel, who has impressed with tracks like “Headspin” (one of this year’s best) and “Easy” in the past year. The California-based singer...

 
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The Pinkerton Raid – “Thin Places”

“Thin Places” is an engrossing piece of folk from The Pinkerton Raid, featuring a compelling vocal performance and melodically magnetic arsenal. The North Carolina-based act show an innate ability to grow emotional,...
 
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Julian Wa – “Bloom”

“Bloom” is a riveting and yearning slice of folk, showcasing the gorgeous, airy vocals of Australian singer/songwriter Julian Wa. Definitively haunting, the track develops from quaint folk beginnings to a truly haun...