'Right This Time' by Asheville's lund is a portrait painted with the vibrant strokes of soulful, blues rock-tinged Americana.
There’s beauty in simplicity, a sentiment perfectly illustrated in Prettiest Blue, the new EP from Appalachian folk duo The Early Mays.
On How Does One Begin, Mary Simich gives us a healthy dose of throwback country-western & oldies-pop vibes wrapped in a haunting aura.
On A Walk Around The Sun, Erika Lewis takes listeners on an emotional journey full of longing, grieving, and reckoning with the past.
On All is Quiet, Susan Cattaneo’s silky vocals flow over delicate instrumentation creating songs that break your heart in the best kind of way.
Mother Church Pew looks back on the creative year of soul and Americana artist Maggie Rose including her new podcast, album, and recent tour.
On Tall Tales & Fables, Haunted Like Human struck the perfect balance between recognizable folk music themes and gothic diversions.
With The Scrapbook, Angus Gill’s plethora of talents are in the spotlight; he amply proves he’s not only a prodigious creator, but a gifted storyteller that puts his heart on the line in every turn of phrase.
Time Machine has many of the elements of Kashena Sampson’s prior work, most notably her classic vocals with the range to carry a world of lyrical emotion. However, it shows clear progression as well—a maturity in both lyrical crafting and smart production.