Sarah Louise evokes the natural landscapes of meadows, ponds and woods. She connects the spiritual and the material in creative ways that suggest there is more out there than one can understand through thought alone.
On the enchantingly experimental new album The Invisible Comes to Us, Anna & Elizabeth balance folklorist obsession with avant-garde sonic exploration, resulting in a deeply immersive and enriching opportunity for the ears.
Tamara Lindeman's Weather Station makes complicated, urbane folk music that soothes even as it provokes. Just don't shoehorn her latest, tackling climate change, politics, and gender relations, into a new age-y, serenity-prone pigeon-hole.