Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Album Review: Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine – A Beginner’s...

Sufjan Stevens has developed a pattern of a 'folk roots return' and then 'experimental-style' album-releasing back-and-forth over...

EP Review: Izzie Walsh – Ideals

Izzie Walsh’s EP “Ideals” presents five songs which get your feet tapping and longing to be back...

Album Review: José González – Local Valley

José González has crafted one of the most distinctive sounds in indie-folk music. His circular and rhythmic...

Interview: Foy Vance – Signs Of Life: It’s Good To Find...

We had the pleasure of speaking to the charismatic indie/folk artist Foy Vance on the subject of his forthcoming album Signs Of...

Album Review: Sturgill Simpson – The Ballad of Dood and Juanita

It's no surprise that Sturgill Simpson lists What’s Going On, The Wall and Astral Weeks as some...

Album Review: Villagers – Fever Dreams

Villagers' latest release, Fever Dreams, feels like a folk-rock album that’s been sonically infused with the euphoric...

EP Review: Samantha Joy Pearlman – Atonement

If you’re looking for the perfect post-quarantine, post-heartbreak, “new-you” summer anthem, look no further than Samantha Joy...

Album Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Quietly Blowing It

M.C. Taylor went out on a mission: to distill the chaos of the world into some kind...

Album Review: The Mountain Goats – Dark In Here

Longtime Mountain Goats fans are always excited for a new release from the group; at the very...

Album Review: Kings Of Convenience – Peace Or Love

The wait is finally over. Kings of Convenience (KOC), the brilliant Norwegian folk-duo comprised of Erlend Øye...
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