Category Archives: Folk

March 22

Laucan: Up Tomorrow

  In search of the next psychedelic-folk track and EP to add to your playlist? Look no further than London singer-songwriter Laucan (pronounced lor-can) who delivers a stunning soundscape with “Up Tomorrow,” the title track of his debut EP of the same name. Laucan’s lead single “Up Tomorrow” is both escapist and immersive, a velvet-soft […]

February 15

Hinemoa: Still For a Moment

  The Icelandic 4-person indie pop band, Hinemoa, has been emerging onto the music scene with dreamy melodies along steady rhythms. Recording and playing live since their 2014 formation, which includes a recent performance at the Iceland Airwaves festival, Hinemoa is releasing their 4th single, the first one from their upcoming album. Hinemoa’s “Still for […]

February 14

1 2 Watch 4: Cobi: Prophet Story

  A newcomer to the popular music spotlight, but no stranger to the art form is Minnesota native, Cobi. With his guitar in hand and the vocals of a rugged angel, Cobi received nationwide attention with the release of his May 2016 single, “Don’t You Cry For Me”, which he recently delivered a stunning performance […]

January 17

Wyndham: Double You EP

With the mainstream music scene currently in locked into influences from EDM and rap, Los Angeles musician Wyndham graces the indie-rock scene with his new EP, Double You. Gathering inspiration from the sounds of nature in various world destinations such New Zealand and Europe, Wyndham puts together instrumentations that not only elegantly frame the dissonance […]

September 20

Keaton Henson : Alright

Keaton Henson is an English folk musician, poet, visual artist, and overall eccentric national treasure. Henson has quietly worked behind in the scenes through his art since 2010, releasing projects every year with little fanfare and marketing publication. Henson, who suffers from anxiety, uses his pain to create beautiful, art that touches on our collective […]

March 30

Lindsay Kupser: Quiet Songs EP

Canadian artist Lindsay Kupser’s new release Quiet Songs strongly highlights the singer’s soothing vocals. Every track on the album is melodic and dreamy, taking you on a wonderous, peaceful journey. My favorite song off the album is “Couldn’t Move To Brooklyn”, where her voice soars over sparse piano and acoustic guitar, creating a track that is trance-like […]

February 24

LEWIS KNUDSEN: DEATH AND CATS

  Something a bit different for your ears today from artist Lewis Knudsen. The track “Death and Cats” starts off with a mellow intro and leads you into a wonderfully fun track about the process of becoming a ‘cat lady’. (which, I gather, Lewis feels is not a splendid thing to become.) The sparse, entertaining track […]

October 10

Joe Con: Said and Done

Joe Con has a fresh, hip hop eccentuated beach folk vibe. His newest EP, I Choose You, is loaded with singable melodies and lovely production. Check it out on iTunes here