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by Carly Schorman – Sabiyha “Bird” Get ready for a voice that will haunt you. “Bird”, the debut single from London-based artist, Sabiyha, provides the perfect introduction to the combined power of her lyricism and vocals. Brooding, orchestral indie-folk sets the backdrop for the heart-wrenching performance on “Bird” as theRead More →

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by Carly Schorman – Avi Jacob “Pickup Truck” Ask anyone down at #YabYumHQ and they tell you I have a propensity for sad  bastard music. It’s my thing. Avi Jacob dives deep into that well of emotions we all harbor inside to offer compassion and clarity, but it might breakRead More →

by Carly Schorman – Dan Michaelson “Careless” Get ready to get your heartbroken. Dan Michaelson doesn’t hold back the hurt on his new track, “Careless”. Michaelson (formerly of The Coastguards) released his debut solo album, First Light, in December and “Careless” comes to us from that effort. I don’t know if it’sRead More →

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Francesca Blanchard “Free” French-American singer-songwriter Francesca Blanchard now calls Vermont home, but her rich and earthy voice is being carried well beyond the maple region. Her latest single, “Free”, was featured on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy which has created quite a bit of buzz for this up-and-coming artist. Facebook –Read More →

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by Carly Schorman – Little Quirks “Run Away” The family band known as Little Quirks takes a moody turn on their latest single, “Run Away”. The alt-folk trio is comprised of sisters Abbey and Mia, along with their cousin Jaymi. As soon as “Run Away” kicks off, you’ll be drawn into theRead More →

by Carly Schorman – Jeremy Tuplin “Astronaut” Jeremy Tuplin released the song “Astronaut” in prelude to his latest album, I Dreamt I Was An Astronaut, which came out on Sept. 29th. Tuplin’s melancholy voice anchors the listener while the underlying instrumentation provides a sense of drifting. Combining synth elements and powerfulRead More →

by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – decker. Into the Red Now, I’ve been part of the decker. fanbase since his 2009 debut, Long Days. And, in the years to follow, decker. has been a consistent presence in the desert rock scene while the band and its principle songwriter (or centripetal force)Read More →

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Courtney Marie Andrews “Irene” John Murry “Wrong Man” Steve Benjamins “Purification Ritual” Simon Alexander “Won’t Be Found” The Lonesome Wilderness “Stay Out of the Sun” Beyries “Son” Murder Murder “I’ve Always Been A Gambler”Read More →

Tall Tall Trees “Being There” Leah Senior “All My Friends” Sofia Imas “Cold” Finn Kleffmann “Freckles” Ratnang Singh “Falling from the Skies” Some Dark Hollow “Be the Man”  EllaHarp “Dirty Money”Read More →

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Tall Tall Trees “SeagullxEagle” KaiL Baxley “Killin’ Floor” Slings & Arrows “That Was Me Then” Joe Marson “Gotta Be Good” Tally Spear “Wrong  Side of the Road” Mason “Rockstar Paperboy” Alice Wallace “I Just Don’t Care Anymore”Read More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Old Nobodaddy “Bury the Hatchet” I like my folk music tall, brooding, and murderous which, thankfully, is waaay different from how I like my men. Well, all except the tall part, I guess.  Old Nobodaddy sounds like his roots run deep, down into the sludgyRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Huckleberry “Working Backwards” PHX Americana favorites, Huckleberry, are gearing up for a brand new album. Yes folks, on April 7th, Huckleberry will be releasing their latest LP on limited edition vinyl. In prelude to this momentous occasion, the band shared a couple early tracksRead More →