Soulful Americana from Reuben Bidez's sophomore release travels the distance between Roy Orbison and Jeff Buckley.
The Band of Heathens Resurrect Ray Charles' "Heaven Help Us All" As a Timely Message of Unity and Justice (premiere)
On "Heaven Help Us All", the Band of Heathens create a warm, soulful, gospel sound that feels like the big hug we all need right about now.
Adam Faucett Proves He's One of the Strongest Contemporary Songwriters with 'It Took the Shape of a Bird'
Adam Faucett's long awaited follow-up to 2014's Blind Water Meets Blind Water absolutely soars.
Sam Nichol's raw vocal expression elevates "All Is Well's" emotion, building from light acoustic folk stylings to full-blown arena post-rock.
Barry McGuire may have found god, and Eric Hord reportedly became a wandering hippie whose sightings became fewer over the decades, but this was their moment in the California sun.
Zevon Never Dies: 'Accidentally Like a Martyr' Epitomizes That Wonderful Feeling of Being a Zevon Fan
James Campion's touching, personal study of Warren Zevon's music serves as a reminder of the lasting intimacy of Zevon's songwriting.
Liz Cooper & The Stampede Showcase Their Irresistible Cosmic Americana on "Fondly & Forever" (premiere)
Cosmic folk rockers Liz Cooper & The Stampede can make you a fan from just a single song and "Fondly & Forever" is just the one to do it.
Can't Wake Up is a clear expression of Shakey Graves' creativity and his musical dynamism. His intentional subversion of expectations is invigorating and expanding the confines of the Americana genre boundaries.
Ferentz and the Felons: "Hudson County is about digging deep into the hurt and pain, going to war with it, and coming out on top."
Folk rockers Family and Friends focus on the tribulations related to the accession into adulthood on Felix Culpa.
Three CDs of obscure, left field British folk-pop? Who needs that? The answer my friend, isn't blowing in the wind... the answer is you.
In a time of political dysfunction, Xavier Rudd's Storm Boy offers a positive and uplifting perspective while critiquing the global systems that render social injustices.