Tag: Roots
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 Roots Pop from Texas Brings a Message of Hope. - Jeremy Parsons: Things To Come
Posted by Krister Axel
A song for the future, that comes with the knowledge that we are in control of our own lives, and we should look forward to that, no matter how rough it gets.
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.
image for The Color Red (feat. Tova Strandell & Pontus de Wolfe) - The Door
Posted by Krister Axel
Mixes beautiful craftsmanship with a message of healing that is all the more appropriate in these difficult times.
image for An Upbeat Blend of Indie Rock and Roots-Driven Soul. - Relick: la magie
Posted by Krister Axel
Mixes a silky vocal performance from Amber Nicholson with a nod to soul and psychedelic rock.
image for Haunting Roots Pop for Fans of Adrianne Lenker. - Vikki Gilmore: Doubt of My Mind
Posted by Krister Axel
A haunting roots-pop confection that offers a brooding moment of simple beauty.
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 Roots Flavored Americana and a Killer Banjo Solo. - Mike Mentz: Ain't That The Life
Posted by Krister Axel
Feels a bit like having a beer with a friend, as stories from the road mix with a red-hot banjo performance and we finish with a bit of nostalgia about the heady days of youth.
image for Stunning Roots Pop Debut. - The Wonderful Nobodies: Hallelujah Anyhow
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers an easy mix of Americana and roots-pop, as these talented artists explore the contrasts of their collective existence.