Articles tagged folk

Chapin Sisters: Today’s Not Yesterday

Abigail and Lily refuse to shut up until all the whole world sings together in peace.

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9 Nov 2015 // 3:05 AM

Darlingside: Birds Say

Gloriously striking and serene, Birds Say demands attention from the first notes on.

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Angela Easterling - “Common Law Wife” (video) (premiere)

Angela Easterling's autobiographical song is full of charm, humor, and love.

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Francesca Blanchard - “Now That You Are Gone” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter delves into her family's past on her beautiful new video.

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Ron Pope and the Nighthawks - “Bad Intentions” (audio) (premiere)

Ron Pope returns with a new band, a new album, and one hell of a new single.

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Various Artists: Joy of Living - A Tribute to Ewan MacColl

A lovingly compiled tribute album that does justice to the work of one of the British folk revival's key figures.

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Angela Easterling: Common Law Wife

Easterling takes a tack that classic country songs have pursued practically since the beginning of time: the downtrodden heroine doggedly standing by her man.

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Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats - “Bless My Soul” (video) (premiere)

The Idaho band explore love and loss in their new video.

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Casey Buckley - “Moment of Silence” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter looks back on his youth in this new video.

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Piney Gir - Everyday Witch’ (EP stream) (premiere)

This Halloween EP by the prolific singer-songwriter is a spooky, incredibly fun gem.

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Tamara Laurel - “Come on Come On” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter shows explores an artist's musical dream on her new video.

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Rob Williams - “Sometimes It’s a Song” (audio) (premiere)

The former member of Joe Buck Jr. adopts the role as singer-songwriter-troubadour with ease on his newest track.

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David Berkeley: Cardboard Boat

Quiet, contemplative, heartfelt and forlorn, David Berkeley's new effort is built around some of the barest designs imaginable.

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The Chapin Sisters - ‘Today’s Not Yesterday’ (album stream) (premiere)

The LA duo step outside folk into more lushly-arranged country, pop, and rock.

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Michael Rank and Stag: Horsehair

Snatches of melancholy brilliance from Michael Rank, whose simple arrangements capture the complexities of longing and loss.

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Yellow Red Sparks - ‘New Fangs Old Pangs’ (EP stream) (premiere)

The Southern California duo return with a winsome blend of folk, pop, and Americana.

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14 Oct 2015 // 2:10 AM

Trader Horne: Morning Way

Morning Way remains a pleasant one-off curiosity, full of cheery tunes well worth a belated listen, its quaint optimism refreshing even now.

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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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