Tag: Folk
image for Blissful Folk Music FFO Hollow Coves. - Michael Dunstan: Walk The Streets On Sunrise
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the spiritual and emotional value of personal stillness and the importance of solitude with a love letter to the empty streets at dawn.
image for Divine Roots Collab. - Listen to Max García Conover: mud feat. The Ballroom Thieves
Posted by Krister Axel
Mixes personal catharsis with a dollop of hard-hearted indifference, as Max shares vocal duties with Martin Earley and Calin Peters in a way that feels truly effortless.
image for Australian Troubadour Lays Roots in Europe. - Lucas Laufen: In Cologne
Posted by Krister Axel
With whispered vocal tones, impressive fingerstyle, and a bit of starry-eyed pathos Laufen delivers another dynamic and lyrical masterpiece.
image for Michigan Power Trio Collaborates with Folk Legend. - The Accidentals: Remain the Same
Posted by Krister Axel
A fitting tribute to the wistful power of childhood memory and the loved ones we have left behind.
image for Tracked Live from a Tiny House in Northern California. — Joe Kaplow: Tunnel Vision
Posted by Krister Axel
Kaplow is sharing a preview from the new album coming out later in the year, and if this song is any indication, it's going to be a sizzler.
image for Unique Songwriter Returns with Introspective Single. - Suzy Callahan: I'm Nothing
Posted by Krister Axel
image for Indie Rockers from Sydney Return With Nostalgic new Single. - Josh Orange: Her Beautiful Ways
Posted by Krister Axel
Let us never forget to cherish the company of friends and the luxury of physical connection.
image for Wistful & Multifarious Bedroom Rock. - Introducing The Clementines: Apparatus
Posted by Krister Axel
Speaks to the pervasiveness of personal catharsis while building on the memory of a dream, expanding into a dark celebration of uncertainty as Lief concludes with the proverbial realization that some things are simply not meant to be.
image for Nettwerk Folk Duo Delivers Heartwarming Masterpiece. - Ocie Elliott: Coming Home
Posted by Krister Axel
If comfort could choose its own soundtrack, it would be this song.