Walking Bombs, the solo/collaborative project of Kingston, NY based singer Morgan Ywain Evans, has linked up with Gridfailure (the one-man…Read More
Posts Tagged ‘Folk’
Carrying the torch through its sixth year of rich folk tradition The Revival Tour 2013 recently hit Philly’s TLA featuring…Read More
Since branching off as front man of Richmond mainstays Avail in 2004, Tim Barry has become one of the most…Read More
This June Neurot Recordings will issue a special three-way split CD in tribute to late American folk music hero Townes…Read More
Canada’s eclectic alt-country trio, Elliot Brood graced Philadelphia’s North Star venue with an impassioned performance last week with support from…Read More
We recently sat down with vocalist/double bassist Jeshua Marshall of the up-and-coming, punk-infused, six-piece, bluesy-folk-rock band Larry and His Flask.…Read More
Folk and indie singer-songwriter alike can enjoy the new record from The Milk Carton Kids. If you like your vocals harmonized, your music rich and lush, and your rockstars’ hair shaggy, you’ll find plenty to like in this new record out this week from this up-and-coming duo.
Bluegrass/folk/americana band The Farewell Drifters are embarking on an east coast and mid-west tour this summer, going into the fall. This is hot on the heels of the release of their new record, Echo Boom.
Troy Von Balthazar’s forthcoming-second LP, How To Live On Nothing, available Sept 13 through Third Side Records reviewed by BTS’s Andy McNeil.
To make splashes in the music scene these days, you often have to reinvent yourself because your best is probably not enough to stand out. Kim Taylor’s been putting out records for nearly a decade, but yet somehow found a way to have her songs penetrate adored outlets such as NPR.