Tag: Roots
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 California Alt Country. - Bobcat Rob & The Nightly Howl: Popcorn Lung
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the boundary between alt-country and roots-pop, with a lyrical style that feels both deeply contemplative and subtly kittenish.
image for Digital Roots Pop Written by Artificial Intelligence. - AUDOIR: Let Our Dreams Fall Down
Posted by Krister Axel
Can you really tell that this song wasn't written by a human?
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 Roots Songwriter from Cape Town Writes Joyous Elegy for his Grandmother. - JPson: For You
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers a timeless, sunbaked infusion of acoustic vibes with quality songcraft, delivered alongside festive and organic grooves.
image for Writer Producer Digs Deep for Chill New Pop Release. - Joshua Worden: Alright
Posted by Krister Axel
Has an immediate appeal that exposes a subtle, mid-tempo shuffle sparkling behind the acoustic drums, piano, and jazz-flavored guitar nuggets.
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 Organic, Roots-Driven Soul from Brisbane. - Hannah Sands: One More Time
Posted by Krister Axel
Hailing from the vibrant indie music scene of Brisbane, in Queensland, this free-spirited 'earth mama' will sing her way right into your heart.
image for Inspired Americana from Kerrville New Folk Winner. - John John Brown: Where the Good Buzz Goes
Posted by Krister Axel
With a wistful and reverent look at the past, and an enduring natural groove, we encounter the shallow and restless trappings of a forgotten life.