Not too long ago, mini roots orchestra The Dustbowl Revival offered fans a lovely pair of dichotomous love songs with its limited edition "Busted" b/w "Only One" 7-inch released via Signature Sounds. Hell hath no fury for a scorned woman, and vocalist Liz Beebe is front and center for the revolution, belting her woes of betrayal in... Continue Reading →
One of our favorite folk-pop bands, Washington, DC's Wylder, has released a brand new video for their song "Bitter", an ear worm from their album, Rain and Laura, out earlier this year. In the video, we arrive in the midst of an epic struggle to reclaim a lost sweater from a troublesome ex. A face-off begins... Continue Reading →
Formed in 2011, The Ballroom Thieves take the sincere, narrative blueprint of folk music and infuse it with the attitude of rock, the soul of blues, and the sweat and fervor of a revival tent. That spirit makes its way into both their recorded music as well as their live performances, as Martin Earley (guitar,... Continue Reading →
Dear Wormwood, the second full-length by Southern Texas based siblings, Maggie and Tyler Heath, known as The Oh Hellos, is a collection of songs inspired by C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters and Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind, mythology and folklore, and apocalyptic literature. The album is out today on Elektra Records. With a... Continue Reading →
Although Mother Church Pew has previously professed their modest smitten for Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's "Won't Go Back", the amusingly charming video of the track has pushed our emotions into full-blown undying love. "Won't Go Back" will appear on the group's second full-length So Familiar out October 30th on Rounder Records.