elvet sounds, big feelings, and sunshine-fueled are all words to describe the newest album from Jillian Lake – Younger…
Honey Cellar’s sophomore album ‘Borders’ takes listeners beyond the surface and dives deep into the interconnectedness of humanity.
Jillian Lee Antinora’s “Lighthouse” is a tender ode to friendship, utilizing her acoustic guitar to create a mellow and inviting atmosphere.
We connected with Ron Santee for an interview focusing on his 1963 Kay Red Devil guitar, what he loves about it, and his difficulty adding pedals to his live sets.
Chicago folk-rock group Honey Cellar returns with their new single “Curtain” on June 3rd – a slow, but hopeful track on the experience of losing a long-time love.
Blooming Americana and folk artist Billy Woodward delivers his incredibly moving single, “Heavy Hours,” one of his proudest and most meaningful songs to date.
IANAI’s debut album, ‘Sunir’ (Svart Records), succeeds in all the ways that sonic contemporaries like Explosions In The Sky and Sigur Rós do in terms of the acoustic, dramatic, cinematic, or ecstatic.
We sat down with Haroula Rose to chat more about the new song “The Nature of Things” and her upcoming album ‘Catch The Light,’ due this month
Seattle indie-folk heavyweights The Head and The Heart made their way to the picturesque seaside views of Portland, Maine’s Thompson’s Point with an assist from opener Jade Bird.
Folk singer-songwriter Allison Jordan brings an ethereal and nostalgic romance to her newest single, “Perfect Moment” out now.
Danish singer-songwriter Nils Bloch has just unveiled his third single titled “The Park.” The new tune follows previous cuts…
Folk-rock singer-songwriter Amanda Pascali returns with a ballad about what could have been. Stream “Mihaela Mihaela” now!
Musician Fox Fagan drops the music video for his recently-released single, “Hot Streets of Hell,” a mixture of Americana, rock and chamber pop which features Ditch Kurtz on pedal steel.