Premiere: “Mole Hills” by Baerd

Recorded in May 2017 in the mountain town of Hope, Idaho, Boston folk outfit Baerd’s forthcoming album Crete is steeped in elusive but firm folk sensibilities and pushes beyond the sonic boundaries of their previous releases. Today, the band unleashes "Mole Hills," inspired by frontman Isaiah Beard's reflection on his personal growth. "It is a... Continue Reading →

Interview: Tall Heights

Genres are tricky—some are offended by the use of them at all, while some believe that genre classifications are helpful touchstones for uninitiated music lovers.  This writer falls somewhere in between; in whichever camp you set up your tent, it’s important to allow space for change. Progressive folk duo Tall Heights has definitely done some changing lately, expanding... Continue Reading →

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