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

Video Premiere: “Thirteen” by Single Girl, Married Girl

New York City-based folk pop outfit Single Girl, Married Girl offers a glimpse of their in-studio magic with a new video for “Thirteen,” a reimagining of 70s power pop band Big Star’s classic hit from their 1972 debut album, #1… Continue Reading

Album Review: Diamond Days EP – Castro

With Diamond Dreams, the debut EP from folkicana trio Castro, out September 2nd via Fervent Records, siblings Jason, Michael, and Jackie Castro take the concept of “blood harmony” to an atmospheric, otherworldly level. Their goosebump-inducing blend, a seamless, velvety tapestry of… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Over It” by McKenzie Lockhart

Raised in the storied Shoals of northern Alabama and in pursuit of her musical dreams in Nashville, folk-pop songstress McKenzie Lockhart began to experience a longing for home-grown community and a greater space to explore her own creativity—her story then… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Graveclothes” by Birdtalker

“It’s about coming to the realization that you’re responsible for your own happiness. It’s a song about getting out of your head, and getting out of your own way,” says Dani Green of Birdtalker, up-and-coming purveyors of anthemic folk pop, of brand… Continue Reading

“Different Man” – New Music from Crow Moses

Chicago-based folk/pop artist Crow Moses (f.k.a. Musikanto and Mike Musikanto) released a new album, Nightshades, produced by Wilco’s Pat Sansone, this April. The current single, “Different Man”, a head-bobbing foot-tapper, is the perfect send-off to the week, and a lovely introduction to… Continue Reading