Americana’s the Lone Bellow have taken the loser concept a step further than most artists. Their latest album offers almost a dozen Love Songs For Losers.
First Aid Kit are no longer a one-trick pony—that horse being Americana. With Palomino the indie-folk duo have taken a step forward, incorporating more pop.
Tegan and Sara’s work often revolves around the vulnerability of youth, and with Crybaby, they’re adding more understanding to the messy business of being alive.
Chicago experimentalists Edith Judith combine unique arrangements and beautifully crafted songs on their debut album, Bones & Structure.
Indigo Sparke’s Hysteria is an immersive, blurry mood piece of alternative songwriting that captures the confusing and fluctuating feelings inside of her.
Listeners will enjoy Keeping You, the new LP of piano-led indie pop ballads from Julia Mark, but the reasons lead to a cloudiness of thought.
Having only put out five albums in the past two decades, Beth Orton’s Weather Alive embraces her electro-folk past while embracing a weathered, gorgeous future.
Acclaimed sibling folk band Rising Appalachia meditate on gratitude through their gorgeous new single, “Thank You Very Much”.