Author: Jonathan Frahm

Album | Tipsy in Chelsea – Gaslighter

No matter what our parents might tell us, long-distance relationships have existed for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Yet, in this new age, we don’t need to rely on handwritten mail whether it be delivered by plane, train, carrier…

Album | Sam Levin – Frame of Mind

Few things in this world can sway this writer into even partially believing that there is such a thing as a fate that wasn’t malleable, but the story of how Sam Levin got into music is one such tale that…

Album | Niq Reefman – A Selection of Musical Tales

Niq Reefman is a genius—perhaps a mad one, and yet, all the same. It’s probably safe to say that most artists consider their craft as a careful and encompassing reflection of the life that they’ve lived and the world that…

Album | Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors – Souvenir

It’s been a busy year for Drew Holcomb. As an artist, his latest studio record with the Neighbors comes with their recent concert set, Live at the Ryman, still nipping at its heels. He’s been keeping up as a curator…

Album | Mary-Kate Edwards – Blueberry Pie

From Neil Young to Gordon Lightfoot, Ontario has been home to some of the most compelling singer-songwriters of our time. Even still, its collective provincial scene has been churning out popular modern tunes from the likes of Dallas Green and…

Video | Elizabeth Tighe – Dust and Lies

‘Dust and Lies’ is the latest from Phoenix-based folk-rock artist, Elizabeth Tighe. Some will remember the review that we here at For Folk’s Sake had published of her previous album, Smoke Rises, around a month back showcasing her natural ability to…

Video | Roger Jaeger – Elevator

For Folk’s Sake is thrilled to share the latest music video release from Oklahoman singer-songwriter Roger Jaeger. The video acts as an accompaniment to the musician’s latest single, “Elevator”, and perfectly encapsulates the ethereal hopefulness emanating from the song’s soaring…

Album | C.K. Flach – Empty Mansions

At the forefront of the rising indie scene, and yet kept safely tucked away from the shallow eye, are the genre-benders. Bands, duos, and soloists who dare to ride the electric in new and exciting ways by fusing elements of…

Album | Silver Lake 66 – Let go or be dragged

Those not indoctrinated might not realize that the alternative country soundscapes of Americana initially found their roots in the windy city of Chicago, but that they were. Continuing the tradition of down-home sounds emitting from metropolitan staples comes Portland, OR’s…