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Saturday, 05 April 2014 12:00

The Nields 4/5/14

Performing for more than 20 years, the Nields are no amateurs when it comes to contemporary folk-rock music.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 04 April 2014 12:00

Elephant Revival 4/4/14

Elephant Revival's sound, at times described as "transcendental folk," is haunting and beautiful, serious and comforting.

Published in Live Performances

New concert venue the Ready Room kicked things off in grand fashion on Wednesday, April 2, with a theatrical and boisterous set by of Montreal, from Athens, Ga.
 

Published in Music News

With a voice that sounds like it was scraped from the bottom of a well at the bottom of the world, Benjamin Shaw is an unlikely candidate for making purely beautiful music. And yet the langorous, delicate "Goodbye, Kagoul World" is just that.

Published in Music News

Darol Anger
"E-and'a"
Adventure Music

Darol Anger is one of the most skilled fiddlers working today. He is interested in taking the instrument into new places, though he's not interested in developing an entirely new vocabulary for the instrument, and I think that's an important distinction.

Published in Reviews

The cinematic, world-folk ensemble Black Prairie (featuring members of the Decemberists and Bearfoot, for starters) stretches out into indie-pop territory on the bouncing, catchy, accordion-laced "Let It Out."

Published in Music News

The South by Southwest tradition of the Twangfest day parties, presented by KDHX, returned to Austin, Texas for the 15th consecutive year.

Published in Music News

With folk sensibilities (and sensitivities) and a rock 'n' roll kick (and a bit of chaos), New York's 5j Barrow pushes (and then tears up) the envelope on dynamics and emotional release on the new track "Talking My Soul."

Published in Music News

Noah Gundersen
"Ledges"
Dualtone

"Stone-cold broke in the middle of the winter, oh like a poor man's son" -- these are the raspy, passionate words that mark the beginning of Noah Gundersen's first full-length album, released February 11, 2014.

Published in Reviews

It doesn't happen often, but sometimes a song appears, as if from nowhere and everywhere, as if you've always known it though you've never heard it before. Such is Dawn Landes' gorgeous, wise "Cry No More," a farewell to sadness, a country-folk hymn for brighter days that always appear in time.

Published in Music News
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