The third solo album, I Can’t Sleep, from Ian Wayne is a low-key masterpiece that embraces classic pop with plenty of odd, disarming musical gestures.
CAZIMI is Caitlin Rose’s first new full-length LP in almost ten years and it’s filled with people overwhelmed by changing circumstances and uncertainty.
Allison Leah shines on her new EP the weight of my heart. It’s a natural evolution from her folk origins into an indie pop sound.
Plains’ I Walked With You a Ways features two Southern-born singer-songwriters with impressive track records: Waxahatchee and Jess Williamson.
Folk singer-songwriter Deidre McCalla premieres the lyric video to her healing folk spiritual, “Nothing to Prove”, wherein she ruminates on self-care.
Kenny Roby has learned the more obvious facts of life are as byzantine as observing the world without filters. He sings these modest verities like he means them.
Anthony D’Amato’s “Long Haul” is vintage folk-rock that uplifts with its message of love and commitment. His new LP, At First There Was Nothing, releases on 21 October.
After separating from her producer-husband, songwriter Laura Veirs not only charts a new path for herself but discovers new talents on the new album Found Light.