Ahead of the release of their debut album, folk-pop duo Fionn exhibit a rock edge with their latest single "TheHorns Are Fake".
Charlene Soraia Illustrates the Majesty of a Voice and a Single Guitar on "Where's My Tribe" (premiere)
On new single "Where's My Tribe", British artist, Charlene Soraia artfully articulates her struggle to connect with the wider world.
On "Bottle of Wine", folk pop's the Chapin Sisters show that straight-forward, honest songwriting married to the most gorgeous of vocals is a potent mixture indeed.
Folk-pop duo Fox and Bones' "Little Animal" is a wistfully optimistic reflection on life made complete with the laughs and smiles from its accompanying video.
Gabriel Kahane's 'Book of Travelers' Offers Glimpses of the American Psyche After the Trump Election
Gabriel Kahane creates a musical travelogue that seeks to capture the fractured and fragmented psyche of America following the 2016 election.
Another weekend at the Newport Folk Festival provides some amazing musical memories, especially the Jon Batiste-led star-studded finale.
The Lilac Time's Nick Duffy polishes up his autoharp and makes a quietly wonderful record with his new duo We Are Muffy.
The video for the last track on Haley Blais' Let Yourself Go EP is a welcoming DIY mixture of life-affirming home movie and sentimental songwriting.
Singer/Songwriter Tiphanie Doucet Channels Bittersweet Confessions on 'Under My Sun' (album premiere)
Each folk pop composition on singer/songwriter Tiphanie Doucet's debut LP, Under My Sun, offers something special.
An inviting artist with a common touch, AHI has the ability to motivate and inspire a broad audience as we see on In Our Time.
Americana duo Big Little Lions bring a well-mapped blend of vigor and cognizance to the first in their Nashville Sessions residency with PopMatters.
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.