7 Flavors of Folk – The Music Video Edition – featuring John Prine, Courtney Marie Andrews, Cellophane Sam, Three For Silver, Billy Bronsted & Feed the Dog, Qais Essar, Blair Jollands, + Passenger | YabYum Music + Arts Read More →

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by Carly Schorman – The Wanda Junes “All Roads End” The Wanda Junes released a brand new album, Today, on cassette last week, but they teased fans with this closing number beforehand. “All Roads End” has a solemnity that feels hard won through hard living. And the sentiments contained within the lyrics areRead 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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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Lost on You dropped in May and I’ve probably memorized the lyrics on the LP from LP in their in entirety. In fact, this album is so good that even this review was only supposed to be 250 words – I COULD NOT BERead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Young Mothers “They Were Right” After a three-year hiatus, Young Mothers is back with a slinky new sound and the same clever lyricism that initially sparked our musical love affair with the Phoenix band. “They Were Right” deals with the crushing disillusionment that comesRead More →

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The SunPunchers “Screwtop Head” The SunPunchers released two singles in prelude to their new EP which comes out THIS WEEKEND. These songs have a sticky summer warmth, like laying on a screened-in porch on a day buzzing with mosquitoes. There is an aesthetic here of sun tea and swimming holesRead More →

Jaded “In the Morning” Harper and the Moths “Chemicals” RAC “This Song” Lindi Ortega “Til the Goin’ Gets Gone” The New Electric “T-Shirt” SUNDNCR “We Dance to Remember” Dutch Melrose “Fame on Her”  Read More →

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 Kyle Morton “Survivalist Fantasy” Perhaps you’ve encountered the music of Kyle Morton before through the work of the Portland post-pop act, Typhoon? If not, don’t worry. This single from Morton’s debut solo album will secure your future fandom as Morton emerges as a singer-songwriter in his own right. A dark andRead More →