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Articles tagged folk-pop

Monday, April 20 2015

Bombadil: Hold On

Hold On is full of perky, precocious and thoroughly engaging intent, an album with a more experimental nature that doesn’t diminish ample accessibility. Consider it a must-hear, even if for its sheer ingenuity alone.


Thursday, April 2 2015

Lowland Hum - “Olivia” (video) (Premiere)

The husband and wife duo Lowland Hum type their heart's song on a typewriter in the new lyric video for "Olivia".


Big Little Lions - ‘A Little Frayed, A Little Torn’ (album stream) (Premiere)

The latest album by the bi-coastal duo Big Little Lions is a set of pop-anchored folk tunes in the vein of the Lumineers.


Wednesday, February 11 2015

John Denver: All of My Memories: The John Denver Collection

Denver’s image was wrapped in sincerity and disarming, if sometimes hokey, charm. On one hand these were his weaknesses – he was an easy target for the critics – but they were also his strengths, as he came across as genuine and honest.


Wednesday, September 21 2011

Mason Jennings: Minnesota

With a ninth album named after his adopted home state, is folk-pop singer-songwriter Mason Jennings just too productive for his own good?


Thursday, June 9 2011

Mariana Bell: Push

Push is a mixed bag, featuring fantastic songs alongside easily forgettable ones.


Sunday, March 28 2010

Seabear: We Built a Fire

Icelandic septet sits down around the communal campfire and serenades us with set of hush-hush, folk-pop that doesn't so much "build a fire" as put one out.


Thursday, January 7 2010

Langhorne Slim: Be Set Free

A triumphant, sprawling affair likely to please a wide variety of demographics: neo-folkies, Dylan-heads, and even pop fans.


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