LIMBS is heavy, and we’re here for it. A true testament to the album: Father’s Son was pre-produced with Tim McTague (Underoath) and recorded with Beau Burchell (Saosin). As most heavy music evokes feelings of anger and passion, LIMBS expands on this, knit-picking it, and making Father’s Son deeply personal.
Portuguese is one of the world’s “romance languages”, and Nathalie Pires brings that to life with her beautiful voice and delicate annunciation. Powerful control and expressive emotions set Pires apart. Filmed on location at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City, Missouri in February, 2018.
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The powerhouse sibling duo of Giri & Uma Peters left us absolutely blown away with their showcases at the 2018 Folk Alliance International conference. We caught their performance of “Sandy Boys” at their unofficial showcase in Making Movies’ Carnaval Room.
Friday night saw historic Massey Hall transform into a show straight out of the 1950’s by hosting Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. The eight piece band, including front-man Nathaniel Rateliff, draw heavy inspirations from vintage rhythm & blues along with some classic Southern rock. Songs like “S.O.B”, their…
Portuguese is one of the world’s “romance languages”, and Nathalie Pires brings that to life with her beautiful voice and delicate annunciation. Powerful control and expressive emotions set Pires apart.
Carswell & Hope suck you into Exit Plan immediately. The new six-track EP from the Lawrence, Kansas quintet is complete with raucous numbers and soothing folk melodies. Carswell & Hope is an outfit that is loosely defined by genre. When they want to be loud, they are. When they want to be soft and gentle…
Brooklyn-based musician Alex Cohen’s experimental pop project Pema is reaching a new pinnacle in its existence with this week’s release of the full-length album Bad Habits. Not only has Pema’s sound developed into something slightly different than with previous releases – including 2016’s Doublethink…
A spellbinding duo with fairy tale harmonies. We were lucky to catch Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage perform a cover of “The Riddle Song” during their showcase at the 2018 Folk Alliance International conference.
Four years after leaving Elephant Revival, Sage Cook is feeling at home on his farm and is writing new music as a part of We Dream Dawn. We talk new projects, how to deal with setbacks and what to do with an old broken down tour bus.play
Kansas City’s brief dance with Spring had already ended by the time last Friday rolled around, and Sofar attendees embraced the full heat of Summer as musicians set the living room of the Playlistplay House ablaze…