Articles tagged folk pop

Ron Sexsmith: The Last Rider

Sexsmith pens songs that are smart without being smarmy, clever without being cynical, and earnest without being shallow.

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Ryanhood - “Alright Tonight” (video) (premiere)

The Tucson folk-rock duo collaborates with a local photographer in a declaration to set yourself free.

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21 Mar 2017 // 9:29 AM

Ed Sheeran Is Essentially the English Ginger Drake Now

÷ is the final step in Sheeran’s shift from baby-faced ginger kid whispering about class A’s over acoustic guitar to England’s version of a man who constantly refers to himself as "The Boy".

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16 Mar 2017 // 7:30 AM

Ed Sheeran: ÷

There are plenty of fine songs here, as long as you can see them through the knobs and faders.

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Wild Rivers - “Do Right” (audio) (premiere)

Canadian folk-pop band Wild Rivers hit just the right notes on their brand new single, "Do Right".

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Elli Perry - “Smoking Gun” (video) (premiere)

Singer-songwriter Elli Perry tackles depression on her new single "Smoking Gun" with fight and verve.

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Katie Herzig - “I Want to Make You Proud” (video) (premiere)

Noted folk-pop songwriter Katie Herzig shares a rousing new anthem to celebrate the Women's March and democracy.

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3 Oct 2016 // 2:20 AM

Itasca: Open to Chance

With Open to Chance, Itasca vies for her own place within the Laurel Canyon sound, in the process proving herself a fine additional to the already stellar Paradise of Bachelors roster.

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Passport to Stockholm - “Better Days” (audio) (premiere)

London indie folk ensemble Passport to Stockholm knows their way around a hook. The group creates memorable, pristine, addictive folk pop.

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17 Mar 2016 // 9:45 AM

77 Bombay Street - “Once and Only” (audio) (premiere)

In the last seven years, Switzerland's 77 Bombay Street has honed their pop perfect sound by playing more than 300 concerts.

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12 Jun 2015 // 10:54 AM

Hannah Miller: Hannah Miller

On her self-titled release, Hannah Miller strips back the instrumental curtain for a more broodingly honest delivery.

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Darren Hanlon: Where Did You Come From?

Hanlon, the Australian, was walking on hallowed American ground when he recorded these songs. But they're still very much his songs -- elevating his own personal style to new heights.

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8 May 2015 // 4:30 AM

The Weepies: Sirens

Captivating folk-pop tracks that will please fans of the band.

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29 Oct 2014 // 2:06 AM

Lily & Madeleine: Fumes

Lily & Madeleine may not shout or scream, or even cry, but they still want to be heard.

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Barzin:Notes to an Absent Lover

Misery is well-documented on Notes to an Absent Lover, and when taken with Barzin's significant musical shift, it's easy to swallow.

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Players Lose Control in ‘Tales from the Borderlands’

// Moving Pixels

"This is an interactive story in which players don’t craft the characters, we just control them.

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