Raised in Argentina and now based in Los Angeles, Diego Davidenko charts an intimate journey into the past and out towards the future on "Where the Sky Is Infinite," a kind of folk-pop pilgrim's progress.
St. Louis' own Beth Bombara takes Americana to the next level on her self-titled album
With a nod to early Mumford & Sons and folk pop in general, Scottish singer and songwriter James Mackenzie ponders the doubt and the letting go of contemporary life in the new song "Maybe."
A lazy summer day, a winding river and a soundtrack courtesy of Dana Falconberry, whose "Crooked River" beautifully captures the feeling of a daydream far away from the madding crowds.
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Newcomer Brendan Dalton crafts a simple, dreamy song on "Beachcomber's Holler"; you can almost see (and hear) the campfires crackling in the distance.