Country

(George Strait, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash)

Lexi Elisha: Rope EP

Embark in a whimsical sonic journey with singer/songwriter Lexi Elisha. Rope EP features six pop pieces that give breath to Lexi’s powerful themes such as dreams, purity, self-worth, nostalgia, contentment, and happiness.

Ray Brown: Canyon

Performing since 2010, singer-songwriter Ray Brown hails from Salem, New York. Canyon is the first release from the artist and it’s been described as a sandwich of fun and tragedy at the same time. Containing 12-tracks, Brown’s genre of choice is acoustic folk but he manages to extend and incorporate a little bit of alternative and country to the mix as well.

Sarah Miles: Sampler

The songs are a blend of pop and folk. Sarah’s new songs also feature a nice graceful melody that isn’t overpowering and focuses on a true easy listening experience. Her new single “Stand Up” sounds like a steady upbeat infusion of country, pop, and folk. The songs are a blend of pop and folk. Sarah’s new songs also feature a nice graceful melody that isn’t overpowering and focuses on a true easy listening experience. Her new single “Stand Up” sounds like a steady upbeat infusion of country, pop, and folk.

Broken Fences: Broken Fences

Save some feel-good nostalgia for Broken Fences latest self-titled album. Released last June 1, this acoustic treasure boasts twelve tracks that will move anyone's heart. This indie-folk duo from Pittsburgh is composed of Morgan Erina and Guy Russo. With a sound comparable to Bon Iver and Simon & Garfunkel, acoustic fans out there will surely love this talented group. Song For You opens with Morgan's soulful voice that sounds like Alanis Morisette. Blended with ambient strings that tones down to make way with whispering keys, this acoustic track is soft and powerful at the same time.

Old Bear Mountain: Northwest Hymnal

Indulge in some tasteful folk bluegrass and sublime songwriting in Old Bear Mountain‘s Northwest Hymnal released last June 2013. Filled with 12 tracks, the album stays true its roots, giving the listeners simple, unpretentious tracks stripped from all the kitsch and glitz.

Mindy Gledhill: Anchor

Welcome your lazy mornings with a flavorful zest such as Mindy Gledhill‘s Anchor. Packed with eleven carefully brewed tracks, this collection gives off a soothing aroma that reminds you of warm memories.

Derek Clegg: Head Down Sunrise

Summertime is a super swell time, except for the scorching heat that intensifies each year. To complement (or to aptly put it, “counter”) this temporal climate imbalance, a required listening of Derek Clegg‘s latest effort, Head Down Sunrise, is a must.

Summer Salt: The Places You Call Home

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.