If singer/songwriter Andrew Duhon hasn’t shown up on your playlists yet, make a point of adding him now. His three full-length albums and one EP are full of so many
Portland-based folk singer and storyteller John Craigie has covered a lot of ground, both musically and geographically, since the 2017 release of his studio album, “No Rain, No Rose.” Since
If you wanted to write a modern, southern fairytale, maybe you’d start it like this. The first time Andrea DeMarcus, a classically trained bassist, met Dave Kirslis, he had been
“Shame,” the solo album from Rachel Baiman, who is half of the roots duo, 10 String Symphony, is a reflection on the experience of being a woman in today’s America.
You might have to listen to Sera Cahoone’s album From Where I Started (released March 24th) a couple times before you take note of anything other than her voice. Cahoone’s
In 1969 the three astronauts of Apollo 11 completed their mission–the first manned lunar landing. They were Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and…the other guy. “The other guy” was Michael Collins.
The voices of Emily Frantz and Andrew Marlin, the two members of North Carolina acoustic duo Mandolin Orange, are a study in contrasts. Frantz’s vocals are lilting, floating above the
Anthony D’Amato’s new album, Cold Snap, produced by Mike Mogis of Bright Eyes, has a harder edge than his most recent record, The Shipwreck from the Shore, and that’s especially
It’s often true that “the sum is greater than the parts,” and the Asheville, North Carolina experimental folk band River Whyless is a perfect example. Their mesmerizing sound, built by
The album art on Rayland Baxter’s second album Imaginary Man features a photograph of Baxter’s face, half of it obscured by shadow. The original plan to make the left side another