Grace Cummings, the hidden gem mined by Eric Moore of . . .
Tag Archives: Indie Folk
Atlanta’s Quiet Hounds have earned a reputation in recent years . . .
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Kim Ware turns memories into memorable . . .
Bad Books, an indie-folk ensemble featuring Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull . . .
Part-time New Yorker, occasional Atlantan, and full-time creative force Sara . . .
After originating in Athens, Georgia and turning ears two years . . .
Indie-folk singer Liza Anne must not mind the South, as . . .
First Aid Kit might just be the closest thing out there to . . .
Though they may not have much in common musically, groups . . .
Another month, another belated discovery. Chad Matheny has spent much . . .
Jagjaguwar will release Phases, a collection of B-sides, stray cuts . . .
Mattiel: More Than Just a Weird Name Mattiel Brown spent . . .
Outsider House: Meet the Awfully Artistic Faye Webster Faye Webster . . .
The Good Graces, an Atlanta-based tune-making endeavor guided by singer, . . .
Her, Lindsay Fuller: How a Seattle Recluse Broke out of . . .
What’s So Wrong with the Light? Angel Olsen’s Demeanor Deceives . . .
Cate Le Bon: A Natural Folk Paragon In folk music, . . .
Intended to canonize the garage rock and kindred offshoots of . . .
Tracy Shedd has quietly assembled an impressive run of solo . . .
Much of the most notable ’60s folk music had a . . .
Subtlety is a skill that’s difficult to master, particularly for . . .
I came to the table intent on burying Frightened Rabbit, . . .
When applied to most musicians “mature” is shorthand for “not . . .
Chapel Hill’s Michael Rank is best known for his notorious . . .
Something and Nothing All at the Same Time: The Changing . . .
Swiss songstress Sophie Hunger makes her US debut with this . . .
In 2006, no one knew who Justin Vernon was. He . . .
Fleet Foxes are speaking for the masses, whether the Seattle . . .