Interview: Rose Cousins

“If my guts had a landscape, it would be Prince Edward Island,” Rose Cousins says with a laugh of her seaside Canadian upbringing. “The further I get away from how I grew up, like thinking it wasn’t that interesting, I… Continue Reading

”Like I Used To” – New Music from Siv Jakobsen

Norwegian indie folk songstress Siv Jakobsen has released ”Like I Used To,” the first track from her debut LP, slated for release later this year. Both the single and album were recorded over the summer at London’s Urchin Studios, under the masterful hand of producer Matt Ingram… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Ho Hey” by Chase Gassaway

Texas-based folkster Chase Gassaway recently released A Fly Can’t Bird, an album of carefully-chosen and reimagined tunes–covers of fellow Texas bands as well as of songs made famous by the likes of The Temptations and John Legend; today, Gassaway is back with a… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 3/3/17

The Kernal – Light Country There’s something refreshingly familiar about Light Country, the new full-length record from Jackson, Tennessee-based red suit wearing traditionalist, The Kernal, out via John Paul White’s Single Lock Records. With quick-witted lyrics that encompass everything from a knock-kneed ballerina who… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 2/3/17

Rose Cousins – Natural Conclusion The JUNO Award-winning Canadicana songstress‘ rich  voice brims with wisdom and depth while it gracefully dances and trips along each stunning verse. Hers is a voice that can make us fall in love and break our… Continue Reading