Donovan Quinn's (Skygreen Leopards) first solo album in seven years explores memory, love, and loss in no uncertain psych-folk terms.
Richard Dawson's 2020 is a coruscating state-of-the-nation piece as Britain faces up to its muddled identity at the end of a tumultuous decade.
The third album from the twisted mind of Sean Cronin shows his band, Very Good, moving in strange, oddly compelling directions.
Reissued Japanese psych-folk cult classic Misora shines a new light on the genius of singer-songwriter Sachiko Kanenobu.
Poppies is a journey through the outer reaches of obscure but brilliant psychedelic songs on this wonderfully crafted compilation from Craft Recordings.
Folk artist Mariee Sioux blurs the lines between waking and sleeping as smoothly as the twilight, and Grief in Exile engages the senses, the imagination, and the heart in truly transcendental ways.
"Nomadic space-folk" Astralingua are chillingly pensive on "Space Blues" from their upcoming LP, Safe Passage, which they discuss in this interview.
Neo-psychedelia and achingly beautiful vocals are the pillars of Chameleon Treat's swirling sound, traits they hone on sophomore record Basketpusher.
On their seventh LP Certainty Waves, the Dodos continue to make hyperkinetic indie folk. They have made a record of blistering folk-pop poetry that stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Visiter.
Escondido's Warning Bells represents a successful step forward for a band who had their basic sound figured out from the start.
"Syn Illusión" is a quick pause to reflect on matters of the heart before tearing into his fourth LP does J Hacha De Zola good.
Elizabeth Le Fey (Globelamp) retreated to the wilds of New York in the dead of winter with a batch of songs intended to pick up where her previous set left off. The result is Romantic Cancer releasing on 12 October.
Thayer Sarrano's Poetic, Gothic "I Will Never Be Used to Your Beauty" Establishes Exciting New Voice (premiere)
Georgia singer-songwriter Thayer Sarrano explores the boundaries between song and poem on "I Will Never Be Used to Your Beauty".
Hymn for Her issues new video, "Blue Balloons", ahead of roots-based new album which reminds us that roots can be found in soil other than American.
Forgoing the epic sweep of his previous album, Josh Tillman takes things down a notch, but still delivers a beautiful, unique album.
Merging a wealth of ideas with precise construction, Leon III push beyond their country music roots into exciting new areas where folk and psych meet.
Still ahead of its time one decade on, Jarboe and Byla's Viscera moves to vinyl for the first time on 20 July. Listen now.
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.
Bridgette Moody and John Seasons team with director Brendan Eder for rare video that deftly matches images and words.
On Cusp, singer-songwriter Alela Diane finds closure on the past by embracing the sublime power she finds in motherhood.