Tag: Nettwerk
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 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.
image for Nettwerk Signs Indie Pop Phenom from Minneapolis. - Introducing Landon Conrath: Static
Posted by Krister Axel
Sometimes all we can do is acknowledge that we are somewhere near the bottom—but maybe not there yet.
image for Haunting Folk Pop from Canada. - Introducing Flower Face: Back To You
Posted by Krister Axel
Flower Face crafts a unique musical testimony that is dressed in longing, sadness, and gorgeous orchestral embellishment.
image for New Release from Swedish Artist on Nettwerk Records. - Freyr: Modern Ages
Posted by Krister Axel
With a distinct thread of intimacy and understated electronic mojo, Freyr presents a solid group of songs that explore the nexus between Folktronica, indie pop, and singer-songwriter.
image for Nettwerk Artist Merges Folk with Atmospheric Minimalism. - Radical Face: Under the Same Sun
Posted by Krister Axel
Ben Cooper is is getting back to the artistic experimentation that made writing songs fun in the first place.
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 The Paper Kites - By My Side (feat. Rosie Carney)
Posted by Krister Axel
An understated masterpiece of bittersweet pathos as we feel the power of mutual attraction between two lovers, soon to be reunited.