Festival

We rarely review country albums but when it comes to Sturgill Simpson we will gladly make an exception. The seventh album by the Kentucky native is actually a more traditional country album than anyone hears nowadays. Simpson describes the piece as “traditional country, bluegrass and mountain music, including gospel and a cappella.” We describe it […]

Well it’s that time of year again. We are super thankful that we get unique holiday originals as well as fresh takes on classic tracks. Enjoy! Kaiak – “A Fairy Tale (This Christmas)” This one feels classic while being original. The Swedish duo have a gift for harmony and […]

One of the more interesting bands of 2021 is the New Zealand quartet Mild Orange. The group blasted the internet with their single ‘Freak In Me’ back in March that’s garnished almost 3 million views on Youtube. The group self describes their style as “melting melodies” which is exactly what the new single is. The […]

Luke Beling – “My African Dream”-Fans of narrative folk music are going to find a lot to like about this new song from Luke Beling. It’s an international saga with some timeless advice about living a full life. It’s ultimately a connection between natural imagery with what it means to be human and live within […]

Big Red Machine, the band not the baseball team, just blasted another one out of the park. The sophomore album by the band, who is made up of Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon is actually an unforgettable comet that completes the game. Do You Think It’s Gonna Be The Same? Is an inspiring constellation of […]

Charlie Bishop – “If time was a river”-The calm acoustic energy of this track is absolutely cathartic. The lyrics contain an aspect of nostalgia to them, urging the listener to reflect on the passage of time. There’s a calming style to the acoustic guitar and even the lead vocal tone. The soulful, relaxed overall mood […]

The Gingerbread House Foy Vance recently released his third album with the illustrious Ginger Bread Man label that was created by Ed Sheeran back in 2015. ‘Signs of Life’ is a booming and blossoming lyrically driven powder keg that explodes from the outside in. The Irish singer/songwriter is no stranger to making influential music, each […]

SOMOH – “Anything” Vocals. Shoe gazey guitars. A simple premise, but when done correctly, this combination makes our melancholy hearts swoon. SOMOH not only knows this formula, but thrives with expert precision within it. The songwriter has a vulnerable and deeply personal style that will remind listeners of some […]

One of our favorite bands from the delightful Downunder is Parcels, a lovely ensemble from the surfboard parts of Australia. The band is made up of keyboardist Louie Swain, keyboardist/guitarist Patrick Hetherington, bassist Noah Hill, drummer Anatole “Toto” Serret, and guitarist Jules Crommelin. The new single released by the band titled “Somethinggreater” has us in […]

The Narrative – “Politics of Youth”-It’s not hard to hear what I like about this song; it begins with beautiful harmonies and acoustic richness. That sound is sustained throughout the track. The lyrics are about hiding away the truth as part of youthful social relationships. It’s about the way we put up a “mask” to […]


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