Articles tagged folk

Blindman - “Feels Good” (audio) (premiere)

Multiple genres mesh together comfortably on this vibrant pop/reggae track.

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City and Colour: If I Should Go Before You

City and Colour’s latest showcases the conflicting elements that, ahem, color Dallas Green’s music.

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Patty Griffin: Servant of Love

Griffin's latest disc may be her tenth, but it's the first one she has released on her own imprint.

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10 Americana Fest Bands to Fall in Love With Right Now

In addition to well-established headliners, 10 up-and-coming artists stood out at the 2015 Americana Music Festival in Nashville.

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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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Matt Nathanson: Show Me Your Fangs

Career-defining songs from a songwriter with an already-impressive track record. Prepare to hear plenty about this for some time to come.

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David Bowie: Five Years (1969-1973)

David Bowie presents a lavish box set containing classic albums that have been carefully remastered for amazing sound clarity.

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6 Oct 2015 // 2:10 AM

Shawn Colvin: Uncovered

Colvin seems satisfied just to find material that lets her pass for the older but wiser girl. She’s no sheboopi.

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Mishka Shubaly - ‘Coward’s Path’ (album stream) (premiere)

Through great pain comes great art, as this brutally honest album proves.

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John Grant: Grey Tickles, Black Pressure

John Grant unleashes a confrontational, unapologetic sensuality that is celebratory, but also tempered by melancholy.

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Marta Pacek - “Atheist Prayer” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter gets deep on this powerful track from her latest record.

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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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David Myles - ‘So Far, So Far’ (video) (premiere)

The Canadian folk singer performs his entire new album live in studio.

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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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Glen Hansard: Didn’t He Ramble

So much of the dialogue in Didn’t He Ramble is filled with empathy and understanding, Hansard no longer lamenting heartache but encouraging the subject of his stories.

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East Love - “Unbroken” (audio) (premiere)

The New York band looks to expand its strong following well beyond the Tri-State area.

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ArtPeace - “Hi:)” (video) (premiere)

The "Folk&B" duo shine a (UV) light on releationships in their new video.

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Kanaku y el Tigre: Quema, Quema, Quema

The Peruvian folk outlet release a more studied, atmospheric effort for their worldwide debut.

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Jenny Ritter - “Been So Kind” (audio) (premiere)

The young Canadian singer-songwriter knows a thing or two about a rustic life.

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Elephant Revival: Sands of Now

Haunting and joyous, this is everything good folk music should be.

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"Twitter is a place where bots prevail. And where they don't rule, people, acting like bots, rule. This uneasy person-bot rapprochement offers a fertile space for artistic exploration.

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