British folk guitar master Bert Jansch was a central figure of the British folk revival best remembered by contemporary audiences for his work with Pentangle. These two anthologies reveal how the singular beauty of his solo work transcends, even, that legendary band.
Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard adds horns and keyboard to his sound, but the songwriting has settled into a pleasant but forgettable holding pattern.
For their tricky eighth album, Turin Brakes skip merrily through musical styles, hoping for the best.
Legendary singer/songwriter John Hiatt's groundbreaking pair of late '80s albums have been reissued on vinyl. Fire up your turntable and get ready for this thing called love.
Lionheart is an album by an empowered young artist with a seeker's heart made for a time of growing female empowerment.
Blitzed Trapper frontman Eric Earley talks about touring, the state of the music industry, and (whisper it) progressive rock.
With his full embrace of the cosmic and ethereal, Johnny Dango feels like folk-rock's answer to Sturgill Simpson on "Strange to Change".
Every streetlight a reminder: a quarter-century after its initial release, R.E.M.'s crowning achievement is available as a deluxe set.
Denver soul/Americana favorites Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats release live video for "Trying So Hard Not to Know".
The Canadian folk artist debuts a windswept love song produced inside of the Wolfe Island post office.