Listen to Sufjan Stevens and James Blake Reimagine Moses Sumney
Sufjan covering Moses Sumney on the new 'Make Out in My Car' EP will mess you right up.
Moses Sumney's "Quarrel" Video Is a Tragic Love Story About a Horse
The folk-soul maverick's new 'Aromanticism' clip is beautiful and odd.
Florence + the Machine Return, Quietly, with "Sky Full of Song"
The English group's first single and video since 2016 is something a bit more muted, but still rapturous in its own way.
Hurray for the Riff Raff Makes Feminist Murder Ballads for Today's America
Raised in a Puerto Rican family in the Bronx, Alynda Segarra is here to remind you that Americana is for all Americans. Catch her at Noisey's Emerge Impact + Music fest in April.
Phil Elverum Didn't Get Lil Peep at First, Either
In an interview with Stereogum, the Mount Eerie leader says that he was initially put off by the late emo-rapper sampling his music.
In Search of the Legendary Italian Musician Who Vanished into Thin Air
He was supposed to be the Bon Iver of Italy, but in 2013 he and his music disappeared without a trace. I tracked him down in Berlin five years later to find out why.
Lucy Dacus Is Paranoid, In Pain, and Writing Great Indie Songs By Accident
We talk to the rising Virginia songstress about nihilism, queerness, and getting heavy on her knockout second album, 'Historian.'
Watch the New Video for "Gotta Live It" From Folk-Punk Legend Sunny War
War calls it "a very personal song about my struggle with alcoholism, my dysfunctional love life and the confusion I face daily participating in this rat race society."
Lionlimb's 'Tape Recorder' Is a Good-Ass Minimalist Album for Introspection and Shit
The six-song sophomore project from Angel Olsen collaborators Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger is a harrowing listen. Stream it now via Bayonet Records.
England's Jade Bird Found the Truth in Southern Feminism
How the "Something American" singer-songwriter is inspired by the strong women of her past.
Wharfer's Kyle Wall Falls Backwards in Time on 'The Road Dissolved the View'
The Brooklyn-based artist's fourth LP, which we're premiering in full, is desolate and dark, built around an arresting and unpredictable voice.
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Mary Gauthier's 'Rifles and Rosary Beads' Is Modern Folk Music at Its Best
The songwriter paired with veterans to write the music for her latest album, and not even she could've predicted the powerful result.
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