The PDX musician's new EP explores companionship, the free will of nature, and conscious living as essential pieces to the puzzle of inner peace.
The New Orleans country-folkster's third album is packed with cathartic singalongs and honky-tonk heartbreakers.
The acoustic companion to last year's 'Solid Love,' Knishkowy's new album marks a departure from traditional songwriting and sees the New York tunesmith working more like a composer.
A track by track review of Crosby's 1971 masterpiece in collaboration with Petal Motel.
The Portland musician's new EP, 'Torii Gates,' is out April 16 on Arrowhawk Records.
The follow up to last year's 'Everlasting Spring,' the latest solo venture from the Maine-based multi-instrumentalist explores the essence of the fire element and its role within our earthly and celestial worlds.
The Texas-based songwriter opts for the frontier over sweaty dive bars, offering a plethora of simple songs that strut and warble with the well-worn vestige of old time cowboy music.
The singer's debut EP crafts a serene and bubbly folk-pop sound somewhere between a more rustic Mazzy Star and Jenny O.'s sensual indie-rock.
The Kansas City songwriter's sixth record is packed full of elemental guitar songs that feel warm and of the woods.
The Minneapolis musician's debut EP is a culmination of several years spent honing his diverse technical skill set and embracing the ups and downs of living a creative life, overcoming personal grief, and learning self-love.
The Nashville tandem's new record is a hauntingly beautiful Americana album that explores our perpetual disconnection with time in the age of coronavirus.
A personal anecdote on coming to know the iconic album and its enduring brilliance.
On his third album, Wall expands his increasingly deep catalog of cowboy ditties and prairie songs with another batch of high and lonesome tunes alongside his excellent honky-tonk style band.
The U.K. singer-songwriter's third album is unabashedly nostalgic, recalling details in a way that evokes genuine longing.
We caught up with the Lakeland native to talk about his new releases, his entrepreneurial background, solitude as a component of creativity and more.
The Portland indie folk singer's new album, My Echo, is out October 23rd.
On his new record, the well-traveled Texas blues man makes you feel as if he's lived through every note he plays.
The baritoned Canadian's new album, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, arrives August 28th.
We chat with singer-songwriter Dorothy Daniel about her band's bluesy new record, creative life during the pandemic, pursuing alternative medicine and more.
We linked up with the ramblin' roots legend to talk about the release of his new album, CO-STARRING, songwriting greats, and a lifetime of making music.
On her sophomore effort, Bridgers perfectly captures the essence of millennial diffidence, along with our eternal need for intimacy.
The powerhouse Los Angeles guitarist returns with a four-track EP of cleverly reimagined covers.
Homegrown is the work of a mercurial poet finding hope in his darkest hour.
The Oslo native's new record, Wildhorse, is due out this October. We chatted about playing live streams, staying creative during quarantine and the bustling Norwegian country scene.
New music roundups are a monthly recap dedicated to covering the latest music in a series of short, descriptive reviews. This month’s edition includes new releases from Lucinda Williams, Quelle Chris, Rina Sawayama and more.
Perhaps Johnny Cash’s most famous song, “Ring of Fire” was first released by the Man in Black on his 1963 record 'Ring Of Fire: The Best Of Johnny Cash.'
Recorded in 1971, Marianne Faithfull's long sought-after Stones-era album didn't come to full fruition until nearly a decade and a half later.
Little Shrine's debut album arrives this Friday. Read about their new record and more in our chat with lead songwriter and bassist Jade Shipman.
We examine Angel Olsen's 2016 indie rock masterpiece, an album that served as a rock and roll counterpart to her early folk recordings and featured lengthy garage jams while flirting with classic psychedelia.
There’s an unsettling nature about the songs on Sarah Peacock’s new album, 'Burn the Witch.' We spoke with the singer-songwriter about her latest record and more.