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  • Features

    7 THINGS WE LOVED ABOUT 80/35

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    80/35 was a whirlwind. It was hot, sticky, sweaty. But it was also chock full of great musicians, delicious food, crafty shopping, community and interactive booths, and lovely people. We love 80/35, we love it so much we invited our team of contributors to join us! Seven of us trekked up to Des Moines for the…

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: MARTYN JOSEPH, “THE LUXURY OF DESPAIR”

    - by playlistplay

    Martyn Joseph, a legend in folk music, performed numerous sets at the 2018 Folk Alliance International in Kansas City, Mo. We were lucky to catch his unofficial showcase in the British Underground room and film a stripped down and passionate rendition of his song “The Luxury Of Despair.”

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: BOOGÁT, “MEZCALERO FELIZ”

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    Boogát became a quick favorite for those attending Folk Alliance International who were in the mood for some debaucherous, latin-infused dance jams. Blending traditional cumbia and salsa sounds into smooth hip hop, Boogát had everyone in the room movin’ and shakin’.

  • Features

    SESSION: ORDINARY ELEPHANT, “BEST OF YOU”

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    International Folk Awards 2018 “Artist Of The Year” Ordinary Elephant is all but ordinary. The powerful duo blend soft vocals and sweet strings to create their own take on folk music. Filmed on location at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City, Missouri in February, 2018.

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: GIRI & UMA PETERS, “SANDY BOYS”

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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.

  • Features

    SESSION: NATHALIE PIRES WITH ENSEMBLE IBÉRICA, “BARCO NEGRO”

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    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.

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE, “THE RIDDLE SONG”

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    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.

  • Essays

    A SPACE ALL OUR OWN: VISITING WE DREAM DAWN’S PRAIRIE HAVEN

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    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

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    SESSION: KUINKA, “HOWL”

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    Kuinka won over Folk Alliance with their radiant smiles and light hearted stage presence. Catch this session for “Howl”, a softer sampling from the musical quartet. Filmed on location at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City, Missouri in February, 2018.

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: AYLEEN O’HANLON, “SEND ME SPINNING”

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    Australian alt-country songstress Ayleen O’Hanlon wielded her banjo with grace and precision during her showcases at the Folk Alliance International conference in 2018.