Tag: Folk
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.
image for Stunning Roots Pop from Portland. - Vivian Leva & Riley Calcagno: Love and Chains
Posted by Krister Axel
A laid-back collection of personal vignettes exploring the everlasting beauty of nature, and the rejuvenating power of an afternoon spent soaking up the sun.
image for Gorgeous Chamber Pop from Vancouver. - Sam Lynch: Good Year
Posted by Krister Axel
This mournful, yet gorgeous ballad mixes dynamic swells with a vocal presence that is both hopeful and resolute.
image for Exciting Indie Folk Debut from Eugene, Oregon. - Last Year's Man: Brave the Storm (feat. Anna Tivel)
Posted by Krister Axel
Combines an endearing folk sensibility with the sonic magic that can only come from years of hard work.
image for Haunting Indie Folk from Scotland Heals Trauma with the Power of Music. - Constant Follower: Set Aside Some Time (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
image for Madison Songwriter Channels Unspeakable Tenderness with Indie Folk Debut. - Bright Arcana: Old Bones (feat. Anna Tivel)
Posted by Krister Axel
This musical document traces the trajectory of grief itself, and the spiritual transformation that emerges from tragedy as a matter of necessity.
image for Captivating Indie Folk from London Explores the Dark Side of Capitalism. - Sandtimer: Three Cars
Posted by Krister Axel
As we examine the trappings of economic decadence, we discover that the difference between prize and burden is not always plain.
image for Alt Country Crooner from Melbourne Drops New Single. - Riley Catherall: Leave Me Out to Dry
Posted by Krister Axel
Even in our moments of weakness, we can choose to see something beautiful.