All articles by Jonathan Frahm

Album | Eric George – Where I Start

While Eric George’s songwriting has previously been described as between early Dylan and Appalachia, his eighth release in only half a decade subverts expectations by paying homage to 60s-era rock’n’roll. Where I Start is an album meant to reawaken what…

Single | Annamay – Grandpa (feat. Tom Kimmel)

Oftentimes, the power of folk music lies in its apparent simplicity. Traditional folk isn’t necessarily revered for its groundbreaking melodies or fanciful chord progressions, but for the stories that they tell. Swedish singer-songwriter and engineer Annamay’s latest single is an…

Premiere | Borza – True to You

Born in London and raised in Québec with a Persian background, Borza’s multifarious roots have all brought him back to the same base of connecting music to a synergistic spirituality. Labeling himself purely as a human representative of the earth,…

Premiere | Jimbo Scott – Heads Up

Aretha Franklin has undeniably left an immense mark on our modern culture with her art and activism. When she passed away last August, Jimbo Scott got to work on contemplating just how he would pay her tribute. Forgoing the typical,…

Premiere | Suzie Brown – I Choose You

Bifurcation in and of itself isn’t a rarity, but Suzie Brown’s story is a head-turner. Working as a part-time cardiologist at Nashville’s Vanderbilt, the singer-songwriter pursues a career in folk artistry during her off-time. The result of Brown’s committal to…