ANISE offers a sumptuous and sensuous tribute to what she calls “the Divine Feminine Power” on “Black Eve”, the title single from her forthcoming debut EP.
Bluegrass mainstays Balsam Range release their Moxie and Mettle LP on Friday and share “Franklin County”, a slow-burning swamp-stomper basked in mystery.
Yndi’s “Reliques” sports gentle percussion, vast synth washes, whispered vocals, and heavenly harmonies that mix to create something entirely unique.
Opening a three-part series previewing artists playing at AmericanaFest this month, Rachel Baiman lets the movements of two expressive dancers illustrate her beautiful song in this music video premiere.
Americana’s Pokey LaFarge returns with a new album in October, and his latest single “Drink of You” highlights his more mellow, worldly, and sophisticated music.
Lula Wiles’ Eleanor Buckland steps out with a solo album in October, and the third single, “I’m Not Saying”, explores pop, rock, and Americana.
Wesley Stace’s “Do Nothing If You Can” is a delightful sneak peek of his uncharacteristically jazzy new album, Late Style, releasing on 17 September.
The Grahams take their cinematic approach to songwriting to new heights with “Pilgrims and Punks”, a song that’s more pop than Americana.
Folk duo Ocie Elliott create another collection of sweetly understated music with A Place. Hear the EP in full ahead of Friday’s release.
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.