Articles tagged americana

Moonsville Collective - “Blue Money Grove” (video) (premiere)

The LA band is all about chemistry, which you hear and see in their new video.

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The Wood Brothers: Paradise

Brothers Chris and Oliver Wood and their friend Jano Rix gather for another impossibly good set of songs that make you wonder how they do it all so well.

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Turnpike Troubadours: Turnpike Troubadours

The red dirt stalwarts return with a rollicking collection of songs featuring a bigger, brawnier sound and further lyrical brilliance from Evan Felker.

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Slocan Ramblers: Coffee Creek

Coffee Creek is one of those albums you might find yourself returning to when the tired trappings of modern music demand something more honest and unaffected.

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The Farwells - “Sugar Baby” (audio) (premiere)

The duo turn in a spellbinding rendition of an American folk classic.

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Aaron Lee Tasjan - “Made in America” (audio) (premiere)

The young New York Dolls alum sets off on his own with a terrific roots rock album.

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Last Good Tooth - ‘And All Things on the Scales’ (album stream) (premiere)

Last Good Tooth delves even deeper into dark Americana on their second album.

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Ted Z and the Wranglers - “Go Find Your Heaven” (audio) (premiere)

The California band is sure to appeal to Americana fans everywhere.

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3hattrio - “Get on the Bus” (audio) (premiere)

Cowboy poetry and desert-inspired music make this Utah band unique in the Americana scene.

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Darlingside - ‘Birds Say’ (album stream) (premiere)

The Cambridge, Massachusetts indie folk band make a huge impression on their new album.

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Brian Carpenter and the Confessions - “Savior of Love” (audio) (premiere)

The veteran musician delivers a stunning piece of dark Americana on his new track.

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Boroughs - “Keep It Up” (audio) (premiere)

Light, airy, and warm. Kind of like where this band is from.

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Emily Earle - “Red Rose” (audio) (premiere)

She might have a famous uncle, but Emily Earle will do things her own way, thank you very much.

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“The Cracks Are There But the Light Shines Through”: An Interview with Langhorne Slim

Langhorne Slim has been touring and recording his entire adult life, but sobriety, surviving a rough breakup, and living in a big pink house have informed what may be his most acclaimed album yet.

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Kevin Gordon: Long Gone Time

A necessary soundtrack for these times: a reflection on America, mid-apocalypse.

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Lara Ruggles - “The Dove” (audio) (premiere)

The Denver singer-songwriter comes through with a stunning epic ballad from her new album.

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Low Lily - “The Girl’s Not Mine” (audio) (premiere)

You can't get much more traditional American folk than a song inspired by, erm, Rick Springfield.

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John Moreland Restores Hope in a Hopeless World

John Moreland sings tales that crawl through the soil, hiss in the night, and burrow themselves into the heartpocket of listeners.

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The Lonesome Billies - “1922” (audio) (premiere)

The Portland band breathe life into traditional American country on their new album.

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The Grahams - “Gambling Girl” (video) (premiere)

According to Alyssa and Doug Graham, Delia's not gone. Not by a long shot.

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