Interview | FFS 5 with Graham Stone

You can’t turn on the television or flick through your social feeds without being bombarded with bad news. “It’s like the whole world’s got the blues,” Americana singer-songwriter Graham Stone feels that lyric in his bones, it’s an apt summation of his new…

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.…

Interview | FFS 5 with The Brookses

The debut LP from Atlanta-based father-daughter folk duo The Brookses, Lucky Charm, is the culmination of a decades-in-the-making partnership, harnessing and presenting an energy that could only be borne from family bonds. Between Jim’s experience in the Atlanta music scene–having…

Interview | FFS 5 with Ship & Sail

Ship & Sail made a splash in its respective Michigan scene following the release of their EP, From Seeds. Dedicated to Colin Haggerty’s late mother, his plaintive first studio cuts lived up to Ship & Sail’s tagline: “A little fun,…

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…

Album | Jamestown Revival – San Isabel

After four years on the road, Jamestown Revival needed some time off. They spent that time writing and reflecting on what they felt was important. Realising what they loved more than anything was harmonising led them down the road to…