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Devendra Banhart – Ma

Whether you’re a disciple of the indie rock blogosphere (do we still call it that?) or a casual visitor to the gallery of movie-ready...

Avey Tare – Cows on Hourglass Pond

It’s been a rough lil time for our friend David. He went off and started a band with his pal Noah, and everyone loved...

Interview: Trampled by Turtles Return With More Electricity Than Ever

In 2016, it looked like the folk world was losing an institution when Trampled by Turtles announced their indefinite hiatus following the release of...

Shook Twins – Some Good Lives

I used to get woodsy, walk-along-the-clearwater-river type of folk vibes from Shook Twins. Now, it feels like we’re on an adventure, a spontaneous trip...

Interview: Daniel Romano’s Triumph through Inspiration

Daniel Romano doesn’t really care what you think about him. Sure, he wants to share his music and play his songs for others, but...

Dwight Smith

Songs: "Every Night" "Highlands" At first glance, Dwight Smith looks like an outlaw country artist, his long hair and trucker hat suggesting a hardened life on the...

Goodnight, Texas Interview

It’s been four years since the folk band Goodnight, Texas released new music. The world has changed a lot since then, not only on...

Emma Ruth Rundle – On Dark Horses

Emma Ruth Rundle released a cataclysm of emotions in her latest personal album, On Dark Horses. The comforting but starkly exposed lyricism sung with...

Little Giants

Songs: "Sum of Our Parts" "Small Talk" When I first heard Little Giants' music, I was drawn to their composition, which is reminicent of other folk artists...

The Devil Makes Three – Chains Are Broken

Recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, The Devil Makes Three released Chains Are Broken, their first original record in five years.  It’s...