All articles by Jonathan Frahm

Album | C-Wired – Angel Circuit Engaged

Fireball troubadour Chuck Whyard is at it again with his namesake project, C-Wired. When last the singer-songwriter hit us earlier this year with the likes of Omega, For Folk’s Sake lauded his work as “multifarious” and “extroverted”. He and his band’s…

Album | Steve Wheeler – Stormseeker

The titular opener of Steve Wheeler’s Stormseeker wouldn’t feel unfit in a cinematic score. As raucous strings soar with abandon, pounding percussion drives the track forward as it continuously builds in tempo. An operatic section liberates itself as bombastic horns sound…

Single | Julia King – Cannonball

Unlike many acts who bill themselves as a cross between pop, folk, rock, and soul, Julia King has synthesized these genres into something cohesive and trained. Moreover, it’s undeniably her, representing a ‘Julia’ state of mind more than anything. Each…

Album Premiere | Alex Dunn – Scattered Poems

With his debut album, Scattered Poems, Alex Dunn proudly walks in the footsteps of singer-songwriters who have laid Seattle’s unwittingly roots-laden musical foundation. A gateway of the Gold Rush, Washington has a hefty catalog of warm folk songwriting enveloped in the…