There’s no need to travel to a far-flung island or a cabin in the mountains to escape. You just need to plug in your earphones and listen to good music. Tumbleweed Wanderers‘ EP, Worn Down Welcome, offers breezy Americana folk rock that provides a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.Read More
The Vespers, a band consisting of two sibling duos from Nashville (Callie and Phoebe Cryar and Bruno and Taylor Jones), are focused on creating rich southern folk-pop harmonies to soothe our weary minds when life weighs heavily on our shoulders. This six-track primer of their recent album, Sisters and Brothers, is a sweet deal for old fans and new listeners.Read More
With already a number of releases under his belt, Derek Clegg returns to our blog with another set of tracks in, Life Unfolds, which was originally released in 2012. Much of his previous works have been featured here on Frostclick as well, including his debut album KJC which has reached more than 100,000 downloads since it first grazed the pages of the blog.Read More
Revamp your playlist with some fresh rock Americana crafted by the six-piece brotherhood from Knoxville, Tennessee—The Dirty Guv’nahs. Independently released in March 2014, Hearts on Fire is a big stepping stone for what Boston Globe refers to as “a fiercely soulful band.” The hefty eleven-track collection made waves as it hit no.1 on the Billboard New Artist Chart, a feat only a few newcomers can achieve. Read More
Get lost in hand-clapping beats and flavorful indie melodies in Rochester, NY-based duo Roses & Revolution‘s self-titled EP. Since its debut, the EP generated a lot of buzz and topped the iTunes singer/songwriter chart. It also garnered nods from industry tastemakers such as USA Today, American Songwriter, MTC, and Kings of A&R. Roses & Revolutions is the brainchild of musical duo Alyssa Coco and Matte Merritt.
Fans of The Lumineers, Ingrid Michaelson, and Colbie Calliat might want to celebrate as the five tracks in this collection plays within the same family of the mentioned artists.