Johnny Cash’s American IV: The Man Comes Around was the final album released while alive, and contains some of Cash’s best and most crucial work.
Sean McConnell's new album, Secondhand Smoke, arrives 8 February. "Rest My Head" is an Americana epic told in under four minutes with McConnell asserting his formidable talents.
Rich in textures and raw emotions, Marissa Nadler's For My Crimes is a lush and rewarding record from an assured, mature songwriter.
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".
For Jaye Jayle's sophomore record, Evan Patterson continues the evolution of his project, taking Americana to more experimental realms.
J.D. Wilkes' songs can come across as equal parts sermon and campfire story, where the modern world's rules are underpinned by something much older and more ghostly.
Roots artist J.D. Wilkes emerges with an ambitious new solo album, Fire Dream,mashing up Southern music genres into a glorious stew of mountain music.