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The Love Letter is Not So ‘Hard Headed’

There will always be a power in a singer songwriter. The ability to create something all on your own without needing to please anyone else. This freedom creates great music. But what if you link together 3 individual songwriters to work together. In the case of our recent find The Love Letter, the result is […]

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“Sovereign” is Chris Murphy’s Crowning Achievement

Chris Murphy’s latest album, Sovereign, combines folk, rock, blues, Irish, and Romani music to create something timeless and relevant.

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The National Parks Plant ‘Wildflower’ For Spring

Utah quartet The National Parks released their single “Wildflower” in preparation not only for warm weather but also for their upcoming studio album of the same name. Expected to release June 19th 2020 (pushed back from April), the album Wildflower contains fifteen down-to-earth tracks that spread neighborly, home-grown feelings. Budding talent The four friends have […]

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Magic Giant Brings HUGE New Single, “Disaster Party”

The new release “Disaster Party” from Magic Giant comes just in time to remind you how chaotic the end of the year can be. Luckily, their sunny indie folk will have you whistling while you work instead of tearing your hair out trying to finish that huge list of To Dos. With the holidays right […]

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Bill Abernathy Releases Beautiful Single “Can’t Go Back” With Accompanying Lyric Video

Singer songwriter Bill Abernathy has just released a new single titled “Can’t Go Back” and has come out with a lyric video to accompany the track. The Kansas City, Missouri based artist has been rising in popularity with each song he releases. Bill grew up loving music, writing many songs as a teenager before taking […]

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Pezzettino Lays On The ‘Resin’

Resin by Pezzettino (the recording name for Margaret Stutt), with all respect intended is a brilliant album of compositions you just won’t find every day. Strutt is an amazing artist with so many ways to describe her voice and musicianship it’s a story all its own. This is her 11th album, so it’s really no […]

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Mark Mathews Puts the Fizz in Folk with Upcoming EP

The recipe for success has long been an elusive formula to dreamers and doers alike. Abstract by nature and open to interpretation, there is frequent debate surrounding the vast and varying means to go about achieving one’s goals. Though a tangible guide to greatness has yet to be composed, perhaps the one key ingredient that […]

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WHO ARE THE WOLVES OF CHERNOBYL?

When a band like The Wolves of Chernobyl describes their music as “Post Apocalyptic Folk/Weirdgrass,” it makes you curious about how it might sound. This is the creation of Tyler Nafe (vocals), Jon Seals (banjo), Michael Hauser (guitar, vocals), Ben Jobe (bass), Sean Fung-a-fat (drums), Victoria Olivares (vocals) and Dan Williams (mandolin, horns, accordion). These […]