Premiere: “Immigrant” by Charles Alexander

“It’s about my own personal journey; given who I am and given my family, I don’t feel I can be silent anymore,” says folk singer/songwriter Charles Alexander of his poignant and timely new single, “Immigrant,” which he plans to release on… Continue Reading

Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 10/14/16

Dustbowl Revival – Busted After two years away from the studio playing festivals and shows around the world, The Dustbowl Revival is sharing its first two tracks from their forthcoming new record with a 7″ out today via Signature Sounds. The A-side is the soulful “Busted”,… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Raise Up Your Hand” by Katherine Rondeau

Philadelphia folk artist Katherine Rondeau is set to release her first fully-produced album, New Hope Chateau, on October 21st. Rondeau’s path to full-time folk music took a meandering route; although a lifelong music enthusiast and performer, she spent most of the past… Continue Reading

Album Review: Mandolin Orange – Blindfaller

North Carolina duo Mandolin Orange, who combine simplistic melodies with complex lyricism, are set to release their fourth studio album, Blindfaller, on September 30th via Yep Roc Records. Building a musical foundation based upon the long-established sounds of roots music, members… Continue Reading

Album Review: The Original Jenny Whiteley – Jenny Whiteley

The adage “there’s no school like the old school” is a familiar one, and for good reason.  Just like that expression has withstood the test of time, so have the endearing sounds of jangly banjo, acoustic guitar-picking, and old-fashioned southern… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: “Interlaced EP” by McKenzie Lockhart

Folk pop singer-songstress McKenzie Lockhart, happy to be back in her native Alabama after trying her hand at pursuing music in Nashville, is elated to be releasing her most authentic project to date. While living in the Music City, Lockhart began to… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Like You Used To” by Drew Kohl

“I wrote this song after reading a biography book on Hank Williams Sr.,” says Nashville folk/country artist Drew Kohl of “Like You Used To”, the twangy first single from his album, New Rain, set for release in October. “I was listening… Continue Reading