Interview | FFS 5 with Stephanie Catlett

Stephanie Catlett’s Meet Me in the Dream seems to have been approached with the same light-filled philosophy that she approaches life with. In her forties, the Iowan singer-songwriter has newly re-emerged into a world of songwriting and performance. Her disciplined…

Interview | FFS 5 with Sean Miller

It’s a bold new world, born of uncertainty in a worldwide time of crisis. How artists choose to navigate their newfound surroundings turns them into intrepid adventurers of the virtual world, as Sean Miller could attest. The Northern Michigan singer-songwriter…

Interview | FFS 5 with Lindsay White

Lindsay White defines grassroots action. Bubbling from the San Diego scene onward, she has emerged as a notable voice with her writing and songwriting lent to her work in advocacy and inclusivity; she is a queer intersectional feminist, mental health…

Album | Waxahatchee – Saint Cloud

On the cover of her new album Katie Crutchfield is sitting on the roof of an old Ford truck, the bed filled with red roses and an Alabama license plate that reads STCLOUD. The shifts that have occurred on Waxahatchee’s…

Album | Jennah Barry – Holiday

The tongue in cheek title to Jennah Barry’s new album Holiday belies the tortured eight-year path to this follow-up to her 2012 debut, Young Men. Depressed from spending too much time on the road alone, her voice began to shut…

Interview | FFS 5 with Treeskin

The Accidentals have blossomed in every which direction since inviting Michael Dause to join the fold as their drummer. No matter how far their sound drifts and bends into new and exciting directions, the basis from which the Michigan trio…

Album | Jonathan Wilson – Dixie Blur

Over the course of his first three solo albums, Jonathan Wilson has immersed himself in the Laurel Canyon groove. Hanging out in LA with the likes of David Crosby, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne, Wilson made records steeped…