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Nylophone – “Life Goes On”

“Life Goes On” is a melodic, ethereal piece of folk music from Nylophone, an artist from Wicklow, Ireland. Nylophone’s use of serene vocals and trickling acoustics, often set against a backdrop with touches of...
 
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Luke Janela – “Take a Sudden Turn”

“Take a Sudden Turn” is a powerful track from California-based singer/songwriter Luke Janela. His music incorporates his talents as a cellist, guitarist, and singer/songwriter — specifically, showing a consumi...

 
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Matias Malagardis – “Hollywood”

The tranquilly engaging “Hollywood” is the latest track from Matias Malagardis, following up his previous release “What You’ve Done.” The Madrid-born singer/songwriter cites influences like Ben How...
 
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Guests – “House of Bats”

Legacy Out Back by guests Seattle act Guests churn out an otherworldly, psych-friendly vein of folk. Yearning, lo-fi male vocals mesh cohesively with an angelic female vocal presence — a fun hybrid of psych-folk and sophi...

 
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Champ Major – “Not Slowly”

Champ Major is the entrancing project of Brooklyn-based artist Madison Major, originally from Savannah, Georgia. The beautiful track “Not Slowly” is off Champ Major’s newly released EP, Recipe for Baking Two H...
 
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Premiere: Max Helgemo – “Slide Away”

The lushly melodic “Slide Away” is a track released today from Max Helgemo, whose breezy vocal presence and tender guitar twangs lead an easy-listening success. Helgemo’s pleasant, melodic songwriting came in ...

 
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BERG – “What If”

BERG is the project of Stockholm-born artist Alexandra Berglöf, who shows an entrancing vein of understated pop with a hypnotic folk-leaning flow. The singer/songwriter has recently crafted a collection of songs entitled Fake L...
 
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Hank Fontaine – “Bad Love”

“Bad Love” is a captivating new track from Hank Fontaine, an artist from the Frogtown neighborhood of Los Angeles. The heartfelt, forlorn vocal delivery in the verses sets a fairly melancholic tone, though one that&...

 
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Premiere: Carla D’Amore – “Constance”

“Constance” is a hauntingly rousing folk effort from Carla D’Amore, a native New Yorker who has relocated to Copenhagen, Denmark. “My music creates a space that asks the listener to open up themselves to...
 
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Aadams – “Forever on the Fence”

New Jersey singer/songwriter Aadams unveils a haunting folk sound on new track “Forever on the Fence.” Released today, the track continues the powerful sound shown on track “Castaway” a couple months ago...