Fences & Bonnie "Prince" Billy, come together to deliver both an impeccable original and cover single with "Niagara" & "Sympathy For The Devil."
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Check out our sit down with singer-songwriter Ed Jurdi, of The Band of Heathens, as we talk about the band's origins, keeping things fresh after 17 years, COVID's impact, their new album 'Remote Transmissions, Vol. 1', touring again, and more.
On 'Dreams on the Moon,' William Patrick Owen scores big points for ambient folk.
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Unknown and enigma seem to remain keywords about Nick Drake, a name on many lips of the ever-growing numbers of his fans, yet when Drake’s three, now acclaimed, albums came out, they never sold more than a few thousand copies.
On 'Groovy Avocado Disco,' Unfortunately Steven is able to present a thoughtful concept exploring mental health through some strong music.
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We sat down with Mirabelle Fobi on the eve of the release her debut single, "Zigiyaga" to talk about her eclectic blend of Afro Funk and Blues and her journey to turning her passion into a reality.
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With a career stretching as far back as the late '70s, Jane Siberry has practically covered the whole ground set in the definition of "art-rock" and beyond, garnering that cult artist status so many have strived for, but few have attained.
Eric Anders & Mark O'Bitz continue their music in the time of the coronavirus series with 'Stuck Inside', a quality album about Americana and moody rock.
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While Laura Nyro’s name may raise eyebrows even with some of the most ardent followers of music, her peers (many of whom covered her songs) and critics count her among the best to ever do it.