Over laid-back acoustic guitar, graceful instrumentation and hazy harmonies, Tim Carr finds the perfect bed for his intimately fragile yet warming vocals that evoke the radiant glow of a fresh Californian morning.
The Oshima Brothers' latest song saunters with blues swagger as they focus on "frustrations with the internet and social media".
Clara Strauch's Persephone is a look back on the hints of light and darkness that together make up what it means to be human.
The Fugitives' word slinging talents coupled with sagacious musicality are heard throughout The Promise of Strangers.
Canada's versatile vocalist Jill Barber delivers a message of female empowerment with stunning force, striking a dramatic pose with such verve that will give all music lovers an equal opportunity to shake their booties.
Incredibly listenable and innately unimpressive, Wild Child's new album exemplifies why good is sometimes just not good enough.
The sunny tune "Milwaukee" is the latest rollicking track from the folk-pop band's forthcoming debut full-length.
Calan Mai released an acoustic demo of "We've Got Love" in 2014. It's been recorded again and given a more dynamic quality.
Promising folk-pop singer-songwriter Danielle Cormier realizes a 17-year-old dream that took her from Beauty and the Beast on Broadway to her full-length album debut in Nashville.
Musician Dar Williams lets it all hang out with piercing opinions and shrewd take-aways.
A 1996 classic, Shawn Colvin's album of mature pop is also one of best break-up albums, comparable lyrically and musically to Joni Mitchell's Hejira and Bob Dylan's Blood on the Tracks.