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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.
Chloe Campion
4 days ago
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INTERVIEWS

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.
Ilana Kaplan
2.8.18
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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.
Alex Robert Ross
2.2.18
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INTERVIEWS

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.
Annalise Domenighini
1.26.18
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Pearl Charles Is Fed Up with Dating the Same Type of Dude

The LA singer-songwriter's new single "All the Boys" is an ode to perpetual heartbreak that's somehow sunny at the same time.
Avery Stone
1.12.18
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PJ Harvey's Cover of "An Acre of Land" Is Very Haunting and Very English

The eerie song scores a new trailer for the UK drama-thriller 'Dark River.'
Phil Witmer
12.5.17
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The Weather Station's New Video Is a Peaceful Date at a Fall Fair

Watch the Toronto singer-songwriter's lovely clip for "You and I (On the Other Side of the World)."
Josh Terry
10.24.17
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Common Holly’s “Lullaby” Is a Somber, Yet Beautiful Breakup Tale

The indie folk tune about reclaiming her own sense of self after heartache features pianist Jean-Michel Blais.
Sarah MacDonald
10.16.17
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Marvel at Sufjan Stevens' New Outtake "Wallowa Lake Monster"

Peep his 'The Greatest Gift' outtakes mixtape, which is out November 24.
Phil Witmer
10.11.17
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PROFILES

Folk Music Helps David Rawlings See the World

We spoke to the Gillian Welch-collaborator about his new album 'Poor David's Almanack' and how he sees himself fitting into the long tradition of the genre.
Matt Williams
9.22.17
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New music

Wrap Your Head Around Moses Sumney's 'Aromanticism'

The singer/songwriter's debut LP is out now as a set of very pretty visuals.
Phil Witmer
9.22.17
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New music

Moses Sumney Makes Folk-Jazz Fusion Sound Natural and Rad on "Quarrel"

The new seven-minute track will melt your brain and force you to drink it like a milkshake. Thank us later.
Phil Witmer
8.11.17