Kainalu’s warm style of simmering psychedelic yacht-funk powers “Intuitions / Inhibitions” with its nourishing blend of style and substance.
Folk singer-songwriter Deidre McCalla premieres the lyric video to her healing folk spiritual, “Nothing to Prove”, wherein she ruminates on self-care.
Guitar virtuosos Tommy Emmanuel and Mike Dawes create a gorgeous rendition of The 1975’s “Be My Mistake”, a single from Accomplice Series Vol. 3.
Electropop’s Pineross delivers a cinematic exploration of Southwestern history on his unconventional new LP, Dragoon, and he discusses the LP with PopMatters.
Acclaimed sibling folk band Rising Appalachia meditate on gratitude through their gorgeous new single, “Thank You Very Much”.
Veronica Stanton’s “I’m No Good” centers on mental health and healing. The Nashville songwriter reflects on her dreamy Americana tune.
Anthony D’Amato’s “Long Haul” is vintage folk-rock that uplifts with its message of love and commitment. His new LP, At First There Was Nothing, releases on 21 October.
Sly5thAve and Roberto Verástegui capture something improbable, the ineffable essence of an afternoon that speaks beyond time, place, language, and culture.
James and the Shame’s Rhett McLaughlin discusses “Where We’re Going” and where he’s been with his wife, Jessie, as they team up on this warmhearted Americana duet.
Meridian Brothers crush “La Policia” live at Bogotá’s Matik Matik, a funky little venue that serves homemade flavored rums and experimental music.
We Banjo 3’s “Gift of Life” is mellow with a capital “M”. As the fan-generated video reveals, it suggests rainbows and kittens, which really works.