Anchored by strong songwriting and an evolving sonic palette, Horse Feathers turn in yet another solid record with Appreciation.
Gretchen Peters Tells American Stories on 'Dancing With the Beast' Marked by an Abundance of Compassion
This is a dark album, to put it mildly, with songs that manage, with deft use of language, to cram a whole epic into three minutes.
Ry Cooder's first album in six years exchanges pointed political commentary for spiritual songs of comfort and consolation.
In an in-depth interview, Austin singer-songwriter Kelly Willis discusses 30 years filled with ups and downs and her decision to make a throwback record — her first solo album since 2007 — that surely will stand the test of time.
Folk band Dead Horses' third album My Mother the Moon soars as a solid reflection of music and its capability for expression and healing.
Cliff Westfall brings old-school country music back to the forefront with his new single "More and More".
While he takes a break from HoneyHoney, Benjamin Jaffe explores the unpredictable side of a solo artist and makes the most out of some fortuitous "Guest" appearances.
Finding inspiration from the act of love, Birds of Chicago's Love in Wartime provides an unadulterated take of classic Americana.
Louisiana treasure Brother Dege offers a taste of upcoming effort, Farmer's Almanac, with a tale of what happens when you trade the dirt road for the paved one.
Paul McDonald explores the deepest trenches of modern heartbreak on "Modern Hearts".
Jerry Castle's "Lil Bit" offers some sun in the midst of American gloom and the new video provides further insight into the tune's emotional heft.
Veteran San Francisco musician Brian Belknap gets help from stellar friends on his new emotionally charged LP, which he tells us all about in an exclusive interview.
Americana duo the Lied-To's' sophomore album is a darkly compelling dive into the realities that they've faced as single parents.
The Mallett Brothers Band's latest single meshes rock 'n' roll sentiment with folk troubadour storytelling with this gripping road anthem.
Wrinkle Neck Mules Members Andy Stepanian and Mason Brent form new group Leon III to explore their more experimental leanings and their new record is stunning.