The eponymous three-song EP Mark and Elliott is simply the most fun, upbeat musical way possible to end off a summer we all desperately needed.
Many of us know the feeling of giving more than we get from friends and relations. Miki Ratsula understands this and has learned the importance of self-care.
The Grahams take their cinematic approach to songwriting to new heights with “Pilgrims and Punks”, a song that’s more pop than Americana.
“Stay Down” is an unfussy, short but sweet delight, in which Blu trades his conversational rhymes with the ruminative verses of Mickey Factz.
Folk duo Ocie Elliott create another collection of sweetly understated music with A Place. Hear the EP in full ahead of Friday’s release.
War affects more than just the individual soldier. Texas singer-songwriter Jason Eady sings the lyrics in a plain voice as if explaining the facts of life.
Brimming with optimism, folkie Dar Williams’ “Today and Every Day”, poses the thought that we are capable of changing the world for the better.
“‘E.G.B.A.’ is my best swing at prayer,” says Ben Stalets. Musically, it’s lush, optimistic, and flush with pedal steel in its up-tempo groove.