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Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Robert Christgau on Todd Snider's Replayable 'Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3'

The Dean of American Rock Critics also assesses two albums from Leyla McCalla and one from Our Native Daughters.
Robert Christgau
3.15.19
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Margo Price's New Video Shows All America Has to Offer

In addition to premiering a clip for "All American Made," the country singer weighs in on the midterm elections, gun violence, and the change she’s fighting for.
Matt Williams
11.13.18
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Amigo the Devil's Murder Folk Mixes Southern Gothic with Doom Vibes

Stream 'Everything Is Fine,' the spine-chilling new album from the hard-drinking backcountry dark folk project.
Kim Kelly
10.19.18
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Sam Morrow's Cynical Joy Finds LA Country at Its Best

On his third LP, the rising LA country star is taking more chances and giving fewer fucks. Watch the premiere of his "Quick Fix" video below.
Will Schube
8.1.18
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You Need to Listen to Wilder Maker's 'Zion,' an Americana Scorcher

The New York City band's new album is down home Americana music for the city streets. Stream it now.
Zachary Lipez
7.11.18
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Gold Star’s “Half the Time” Is a Celebration of LA’s Seedy Underbelly

Listen to the cracked, joyous first single from his tumultuous third album, 'Uppers & Downers.'
Andrea Domanick
6.5.18
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Erin Rae Has a Song for You When You Feel Like Going Back to Your Old Ways

The Americana artist's next album, 'Putting On Airs,' is out in June. Hear its first single, "Can't Cut Loose," now.
Annalise Domenighini
3.27.18
Features

Jonathan Terrell Is a Feminist, Gun Toting Singer Smashing Country Stereotypes

The Austin artist collabs with Spiritualized, swears by jean shorts, and sometimes rocks out with a taxidermied peacock. Catch him at Noisey's Emerge Impact + Music fest in April.
Erin Ryan
3.22.18
Features

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.
Noah Berlatsky
3.20.18
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
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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Honey Harper Is on a Country Music Mission

William Fussell is an Atlanta-born artist making country music in London under the Honey Harper moniker. We premiere the video for "Pharaoh" off his 'Universal Country' EP.
Will Schube
11.10.17
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