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Angel Olsen shares video for new single "Sister" -- listen

Angel Olsen’s forthcoming album, My Womanis said to be split into two true sides with different song structures on each. So far, we’ve only heard from the punchier, more pop/rock-oriented A-side with… 191 more words


Album Review: Cass McCombs - Mangy Love

Over the span of seven releases, Cass McCombs has asserted himself as a premium songwriter. He wistfully encapsulates wisdom beyond his years, stepping from style to style without losing his roots in folk with a dreamy twist. 555 more words

Album Reviews

Robin Pecknold guests on Matt Kivel's new single “Permanence” -- watch

Photo by Cara Robbins

A bloody boxing match in the desert isn’t exactly what we have in mind when listening to Matt Kivel, the LA folk artist who specializes in meditative, even fragile composition. 181 more words


Give It Up: Angel Olsen Ditches Sadness and Dives into '60s Rock

Photography by Nina Corcoran

It takes a great amount of effort to find someone who doesn’t respect Angel Olsen. The folk rock singer-songwriter performs with a style of authenticity that, especially in today’s hyper-informative environment, is unparalleled. 1,984 more words

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Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

Genre: Folk Rock

Always be one of my favorite songs.


Peter Sarstedt: England’s Lane

Sarstedt is best known for Where Do You Go To My Lovely, which he wrote, and reached number one in 14 countries. It features on the rather lacklustre… 259 more words

Pop Rock

Phillip Murray Warson - Free Downloads, 'The Trees They Grow So High'/'The Falling of the Leaves'

A young folk artist with a healthy respect for the genre, Philip Murray Warson is a roots singer and songwriter who seems to making something of a name for himself on the genre scene. 102 more words