Interview: Cereus Bright

Tyler Anthony, hirsute co-founder of Knoxville, Tennessee-based folk rock outfit Cereus Bright, is walking to the band’s hometown practice space during our recent chat, when he is caught off guard by a cold and wet surprise. “So, a truck just… 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

“Swells” – New Music and Video from Wylder

Washington, DC-based indie folk outfit, Wylder, specializes in instrumentals driven by acoustic guitar, piano, and mandolin, and instills clever violin lines and lush harmonies that resonate behind clear and memorable melodies. The band’s debut album, Rain and Laura, is due for… Continue Reading

Interview: Yellow Red Sparks

Indie folk band Yellow Red Sparks of East Irvine, California originally began as a solo effort by singer/songwriter Josh Hanson; with a mother who sang in a band and brother who tours the world playing music, music is in his DNA.  Literally.… Continue Reading