Records

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…

Album | Fruit Bats – Gold Past Life

If ever an album was tailor-made for a road trip (and this road trip has to have the words ‘great’ and ‘American’ in its description), it’s Fruit Bat’s latest record, Gold Past Life. Eric D. Johnson – the project’s singer/songwriter –…

Album | Kevin West – Story of My Life

In his time, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Kevin West has run the gamut on performance style. Starting somewhere around the blues, West’s nomadic studying habits saw him investing in the structures of hard rock, metal, jazz, and hip-hop along the way.…

Album | House and Land – Across the Field

Creating a flowery aura that blossoms our airwaves, House and Land are a North Carolina based duo. Complimenting each other with their bold folk tapestry, multi-instrumentalist Sarah Louise and banjoist/fiddler Sally Anne Morgan are here with their second instalment. Beautiful…