Maggie Rogers has been making music in the public eye for over a decade now. Having gone viral in 2016 at an NYU showcase, in which she left producer Pharrell speechless with a demo of her song ‘Alaska,’ Rogers is no stranger to the music industry. Rogers’ third album Don’t Forget Me, introduces us to […]

Mipso stopped by White Oak Music Hall on February 9th for their Book of Fools tour. Many awaited in anticipation for the performances to come.

Tears were shed and giggles shared as Indie Singer-Songwriter Leith Ross graced the White Oak Music Hall stage this past Monday. The artist, whose original songs blew up on TikTok after posting singing clips, held one of the most intimate and heartwarming concerts I’ve experienced to date. The concert additionally featured songs from opener act […]

Twelve years after their formation in London, folk-alternative darlings Mumford and Sons are taking ACL by storm.   The band has 4 studio albums under their belt. They first gained intense notoriety after their single “Little Lion Man”off 2009’s Sigh No More topped the charts for weeks within both pop and alternative communities.    The […]

This is a new segment called Artists in Key Minor, where I highlight minority artists with major talent and talk about why you should be adding them to your next playlists. The first person up for introduction is, Moses Sumney. 

“Maybe I’ll be older, but I’ll feel just the same,” these lyrics, meant to describe love, stolen from The Teskey Brothers’ song “Forever You and Me” also adequately describe one’s relationship with their music. Founded in 2008 by, you guessed it, brothers Josh and Sam Teskey, this band threads folky guitar parts, soulful bass and […]

The Chicago music scene has been on fire as of late, and Whitney is one of the flames that burns the brightest. Formed by some of the remnants of the Smith Westerns, Julien Ehrlich and Max Kakacek got together to make music that pulls from Americana folk and country as well as bits of Midwest […]

If you’re looking for an extremely diverse musician, look no further than Alex Giannascoli, an artist who simply cannot be defined into just one genre. More commonly known as (Sandy) Alex G, the multi-instrumentalist dubbed “Internet’s secret best songwriter” by Fader began his musical career writing and recording music from his own home in Pennsylvania […]

A unique blend of folk and indie pop, Angel Olsen broke on the scene as a touring member for Bonnie “Prince” Billy. Her debut LP Half Way Home (2012) was a critical success, an emotional folk album focused around Olsen’s striking voice and acoustic guitar. Her sound expanded with her next work Burn Your Fire […] Trampled by Turtles is the embodiment of folk rock.

On October 16th, up-and-coming multi-genre artist Raury dropped his album, All We Need. With features including Wu Tang’s RZA and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, you can immediately tell the mix throughout just by looking at the track list.

Houston natives, rejoice! Our music scene is no Austin, that’s certain, but there’s light in the horizon. From right around the block, Second Lovers is releasing new music that you should check out! Their indie rock sound might remind you of The Mowglis or Fleetwood Mac, though you won’t get them confused because they have […]

Opening in a frenzy of strumming guitars and prominent snares, Mumford and Sons recently released a track title, “The Wolf”, which was released on April 9. With a surprisingly new sound, “electric” and upbeat compared to older material, this track revealed the band’s so far successful attempt at exploring different much more dynamic musical styles. […]

After many breakup rumors and a brief hiatus, Mumford and Sons have returned and announced their highly-anticipated third album, “Wilder Mind,” on Monday. The album will be released on May 4 through their label, Glassnote Records and the first single “Believe” will debut on Monday, March 9!! The British folk-rock band posted a teaser for the […]

We got the chance to interview local blues artist Craig Kinsey after last week’s Birthday Bash. Check out what he had to say about his new album, why he decided to start touring and his upcoming plans for his website. How was it like working with Steve Christensen on your newest album?  Great. Steve Christensen was amazing. It’s […]

She is a shepherd and his wife in labor. She is a young man in America. A tailor because he liked her clothes and a poet because he vowed to forget her. These fine stories permeate through the sweetness about her. It is the eternal tale, sung by Anaïs Mitchell, the queen of modern folk music (a […]

Indie-Folk hero Sufjan Stevens is back with an all new Christmas album. With such songs as “Christmas Unicorn” and “Justice Delivers Its Death,” it’s sure to fall into your regular music rotation during the Yuletide season.  What’s better is that it’s free (you can leave a tip from $1-$25, which is still a bargain). Head on […]

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