Tag: Folk Pop
image for Nashville Roots Pop from Songwriter to the Stars. - Maia Sharp: You'll Know Who Knows You
Posted by Krister Axel
Engages the listener immediately with an inviting combination of roots-pop, indie rock, and country soul.
image for Beautiful Indie Folk Pop from Western Massachusetts. - Izzy Heltai: Day Plan
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a moment of blissful, creative escape from a world that can sometimes feel as lonely as it is prescriptive.
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 Gorgeous Folk Pop from Newcastle. - Miller Roberts: Voice in My Head
Posted by Krister Axel
Glides away from the downward spiral of self-doubt, and into the warm light of creative affirmation.
image for Redemptive Folk Pop from an ER Physician in Canada. - Grant Kennedy: Wait for Me
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the emotional toll of social isolation, and the power of companionship to heal and comfort a tired mind.
image for Preview the Newest Release from The Paper Kites: Roses (Album Review)
Posted by Krister Axel
This is a gorgeous album with no weak spots, and a perfect starting point for new fans. Their songs are more raw, more visceral, and more heartrendingly precious than ever before.
image for Nettwerk Signs Folktronica Songwriter from Australia. - Portair: Paper In The Sky
Posted by Krister Axel
Brings together an instinct for pop-inspired electronica with the roots of acoustic folk, and delivers an eclectic punch of earthy groove next to an alluring lyrical narrative.
image for Wistful Folk Pop from Nashville. - Becoming Young: Reverie
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers an inspired journey of new love, from bouncy acoustic guitar riffs through the start of something unexpected and a little bit reckless.
image for Indie Folk Pop from Germany Provides Antidote for Toxic Masculinity. - Charlie Grant: Wide Open
Posted by Krister Axel
At its core, "Wide Open" is about breaking free of old school ideas around what it means to be a man.