Up On The Hill‘s self-titled EP shares a matchless combination of old-time, bluegrass, and folk music. It was released on November 2012 with Josh Corrigan on guitar, banjo, harmonica, and vocals; Kate Corrigan on bassolele; Sean Diaz on fiddle and vocals; and Adam Sherrerd on mandolin and vocals as well.Read More
Summer Salt is the brainchild of Emi Knight, Ali Homan, Jenna Beasley, and Dave Segedy. The Places You Call Home, which was released on June 2011 is a tremendously stirring album.
Gear up your headphones and let the singer’s graceful voice and ingenious lyrics, along with compassionate talent, bloom in your ears with elegance.Read More
If you ask us, we prefer to “stay south”, at least within the realms of Alice‘s world.
The pretty songstress chooses to remain unknown to the world except for her mononym (her real name is Alice Redfem), which is perfectly acceptable since we’d gladly accept that she use her talents to get famous, rather than, well, twirk.Read More
Ayla Nereo is a sonic equivalence of a siren luring you into a world of fairytale. Ayla Nereo’s BeHeld EP will descend in your eardrums like an angel falling down on earth. Released in May 2012, this EP consists of 13 ethereal tracks that will hit you like an arrow straight through the heart.Read More
A Brit band is sharing their unique “discoveries” with us.
Tristan Irvine, Marcus Mozley, William Robertson, and Darran Paul Smith, also known as Kingfishers Catch Fire, compose an indie-slash-alternative folk band hailing from London. They’ve already won fans with their breakthrough 2012 EP, Ballerina, and the momentum continues as new music pours in next month.Read More
With each additional listen, this album opens itself up to being more than just an instrumental folk album, but one layered in creativity and talent. Once again breathing new life into an old form, Duncan Pelletier proves that he is not just another folk singer.Read More