Chicago – After putting countless hours in the studio, London based folk singer Reuben Hollebon is set to release his debut album Terminal Nostalgia. His obsessive need to create music began with engineering the songs of other artists, such as Basement Jaxx and Courtney Barnett, and eventually led him to create his own music. Hollebon’s time, energy, and devotion has
Los Angeles - Australian singer/songwriter Fraser A. Gorman is getting ready to head Stateside, bringing with him his unique brand of roots, folk, psych, rock and soul, drawing comparisons to everyone from Cass McCombs and Bill Callahan to Woody Guthrie and Beck. After releasing his album ‘Slow Gum’ in Europe and Australia to unanimous acclaim back in June, Fraser
Los Angeles – Despite spending years as the bassist of Woods and the co-leader of “super group” The Babies, singer-songwriter Kevin Morby still seems to be flying under the radar. His debut album, Harlem River, was a collection of songs he had written over the course of his early 20s and was released in 2013.
Los Angeles – From the very beginning, Adrien Reju had a specific thematic vision for her debut full-length. Unconventional Love Songs was the title Reju chose for her Pledgemusic.com fundraising drive and it runs as a common thread on the tracks that make up Strange Love and the Secret Language. The Woodstock, NY based singer
New York – Australian singer-songwriter, Atlantic recording artist and Best New Bands favorite, Vance Joy has announced the release of a brand new single, following his recent MTV Video Music Award nomination for the highly anticipated “Artist To Watch” category. The new song titled “Fire and the Flood” is the first taste of fresh material
Portland - Lucy Rose’s folk pop takes a forlorn and candid turn on her newly released LP Work It Out. The UK singer songwriter’s second album is a selfless look at her viewpoint on love and attachment, which manages to recognize her listeners as much as the supposed subjects. Rose’s take on the genre is inventive
Chicago – This May, eighteen year-old U.K. singer-songwriter Sofia Donavan not only finished her first year of college, she also released the EP Left to the Clouds, filled with plenty of country, folk, and pop. Even more surprising: this isn’t her first EP! While in high school, a teacher took notice of Sofia after hearing
Seattle – Recently, South African artist Jeremy Loops performed a buoyant and infectious show at the Columbia City Theater during his Seattle stop on his first headlining American tour. Loops, who hails from Cape Town, creates a unique sound by blending folk elements with pop, hip-hop, and electronica. Performing with – as his names suggests
Berlin – For fans hungry for an album that blends the genres of pop and folk, with a dash of rock layered with engaging vocals, Joshua Fletcher’s Ready, Aim hits the mark. Serving up ten tracks of illustrious songs through record label We Trust Records, Fletcher is on a mission to take his career to the
London – Anti-folk revivalists, The Milk Carton Kids, release their new album, Monterey, through Anti- on May 18, 2015. The two years since their breakthrough album, The Ash & Clay have been significant ones for the band; gaining recognition that has included a Grammy nomination for ‘Best Folk Album’ and winning ‘Group of the Year’ at the 2014 Americana Music Awards.