Tag: Roots
image for Vancouver Roots Artist Releases New Single "Seasons Changing"
Posted by Krister Axel
Who among us can actually handle the truth—and dare to celebrate the ubiquity of our own imperfections?
image for Wistful French Folk Pop from Quebec. - Listen to Geneviève Racette: Les adieux
Posted by Krister Axel
Evokes feelings of love, heartbreak, and healing, led by an acoustic piano, a gentle rhythm, and Geneviève's own unforgettable vocal performance.
image for This Cozy Summer Island is Still Upstate New York's Best Kept Secret.
Posted by Krister Axel
Nestled along the western coast of Wellesley Island, Thousand Island Park has been putting a spotlight on community since 1890. Tonight we enjoyed performances from Jay Nash and Emilie Cardinaux.
image for Killer Indie Folk Rock Debut from Sweden. - Otinget: Gone in the Morning
Posted by Krister Axel
An all-original and enticing debut that feels a bit like The Black Keys jamming with The White Stripes in Wilco's garage.
image for Nashville Pedal Steel Master Drops Eclectic Debut. - Listen to Spencer Cullum's Coin Collection
Posted by Krister Axel
Cullum brings his own versatility and eclectic creativity to the legacy of artists like Soft Machine and Fairport Convention.
image for Cathartic Folk Pop from Nashville and the Fleeting Comforts of Home. - Madeline Finn: Ohio
Posted by Krister Axel
Perhaps we all share the same sense of longing across these illusory barriers of time and space.
image for Wistful Roots Pop from Austin. - Listen to Deer Fellow: If You Don't Lie
Posted by Krister Axel
This wistful ode to loving intimacy reminds us that self-honesty and open communication lie at the heart of every successful relationship.
image for Another Stellar Auerbach Collaboration. - Listen to Robert Finley: Sharecropper's Son
Posted by Krister Axel
The kind of album that gets better every time you listen to it—so you might as well get started.
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.