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Brighton, UK native Michael David Rosenberg performs under the name Passenger, one of the more fitting aliases on the indie-folk scene. On the Elkoe remix of "A Thousand Matches" he takes listeners on seductive, open-ended, sonic and lyrical journey.

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With a lo-fi lushness and whispered vocals, "Write Back" by Scottish songwriter Robbie Flanagan is a folk-pop song for lazy mornings and whistling while you daydream.

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Monday, 13 July 2015 09:55

Midyear 2015: KDHX top album spins

We're already halfway through another year of new music released in 2015. We've compiled all of KDHX's most-spun new albums, and we hope you find some of your favorites (or further justify them).

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Gothenburg, Sweden songwriter Patrik Wennberg looks for human connection and social meaning in the new track "Education" -- and he finds it where he least expects.

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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.

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Singer-songwriter Laura Marling is back. And this time she's wielding an electric guitar.

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Thursday, 21 May 2015 07:25

Song of the Day: 'In Amber' by Lorna

On the cusp of summer, Lorna has released "In Amber," a love letter to their home of Nottingham UK and a glistening, lush, harmony-soaked pop song about how sad songs can make you feel so good.

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For his latest release, Kyle Wall, who works under the name Wharfer, put down his phone (he recorded his debut on it) and fleshed out his spare folk sound with some gorgeous pedal-steel guitar (courtesy of Jonathan Lam), a fine counterpoint to his riveting baritone and haunting images.

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Nashville, Tennessee-based songwriter Josh Gilligan embraces the sweet folk style of James Taylor and Paul Simon, and channels it into a highly personal and nostalgic (in a true way) sound with the track "Old and Tired Ground."

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The celebratory, spiritual song "Lift Me Up" arises from Brooklyn, New York songwriter Jeremy Bass' personal desolation. Marriage over, house sold, money gone, future prospects dim, Bass did pretty much the only thing he could do: keep writing and making music.

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