Tag: Folk
image for Nashville Folk Poet Explores Themes of Mortality and Nostalgia. - Bridget Rian: Trailer Park Cemetery
Posted by Krister Axel
Her music is honest and contemplative with a vocal presence that is nothing short of intoxicating.
image for Cleveland, a Car Crash, the Virgin Mary and Joy Harjo. - Max García Conover: sad, babe
Posted by Krister Axel
A raw and vulnerable musical vérité that surprises us with a personal truth that, until now, was hidden from view.
image for Progressive Folk Duo from Chicago. - Frances Luke Accord: Maria
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores a modern legacy to the music of CSN, Simon & Garfunkel, Jose Gonzalez, and Bon Iver.
image for Manchester Folk Songwriter Honors the Feminine. - Jack Conman: The Beauty Of Women
Posted by Krister Axel
A perfect musical companion for those fleeting moments of genuine appreciation that belong to every woman.
image for Impressive UK Folk Debut. - Listen to Burying Giants: Stormy Seas
Posted by Krister Axel
Expands the boundaries of a folk and pop crossover by mixing a subtle jazz sensibility with the passionate, visceral sensibility of classic roots music.
image for Gratifying Folk Pop from Naples. - An Early Bird: Fishes in the Ocean
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a gratifying retrospective that is rooted in the folk traditions of emotional intimacy and profound yearning.
image for Austrian Indie Artist Pens Expressive Track in Recovery from Covid. - Mira Lu Kovacs: Stay A Little Longer
Posted by Krister Axel
Balances the theatricality of Florence Welch with hints of effervescent folk, finishing with a glorious, tumbled-up melange of acoustic piano, vocal harmonies, and clarinet.
image for Inspired Americana from Kerrville New Folk Winner. - John John Brown: Where the Good Buzz Goes
Posted by Krister Axel
With a wistful and reverent look at the past, and an enduring natural groove, we encounter the shallow and restless trappings of a forgotten life.
image for Introspective Indie Folk Explores the Metaphysical. - Alastair Ottesen: Soul In Us
Posted by Krister Axel
We mourn, together, the collective loss of a past that was both naive and precious.