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Album | Miles Maxwell – Red Ghost

Something unmistakably vintage pervades Red Ghost, the newest album from Americana outlet Miles Maxwell. Formed by frontman Miles Baltrusaitis alongside brothers Matt and Dan Stankiewicz, this stretching of the roots rock muscles for these three is a natural extension of their previous work…

Album | Amanda Shires – To The Sunset

Amanda Shires wrote much of To The Sunset hiding in the closet of her Nashville home, but she opens the record by gazing at the stars on ‘Parking Lot Pirouette’ – “the stars, the shapes the constellations make, the burning…

Watch | The Rabbitts – Wild

With a new EP recently set out into the wild, For Folk’s Sake is keen to share some of the Rabbitts’ latest work. The UK-Canadian group of folkies embraces an inspired jubilance towards the natural world that we seem to…

Single | Alex Ileo – Go Alone

I am looking as we speak not at my computer keyboard (I can touch type), but at the new video, released last week of Alex Lleo’s track ‘Go Alone’. Filmed during his recent headline tour of Scotland, the video features,…

Premiere | Palamara – Misunderstood

Palamara’s A Voice in the Wilderness has a little bit of everything for those hoping to garner a tad more from their listening experiences than a cool beat or an undulating rhythm. The singer-songwriter’s music looks back at life’s larger moments…

Album | Ruiners – Typecast

Crunching electric riffs, driving percussion, and hearty shouts reminiscent of the garage and post-punk scenes does not a folk album make. If your perception of the genre is skin-deep, you might find albums like Wilder Mind to define the entirety of the…