Photography by folk singer Kaitlin Rose, she just released a new record called The Other Side; its a lovely album. Days filled with creative shares, snapshots of these magical moments in a life somewhere, out there. Social media on this level is a great thing.
Christina has always been my biggest believer, supporter and collaborator. And Gray is a constant inspiration. The tone of the album reflects that, and also calls back to a time in my life of curious freedom and absolute content.
Soft colors, sprinkled through a valley of gray nature. From the tinges of southern rock mostly tucked behind a hazy neo-folk sound. He’s opened a window to modernity for the sake of relevancy and creativity, and that spark is now fire. Matt’s currently touring the East Tennessee area in support of Take Me Home.
Lush vocals with dark shades intersecting this beautiful approach on a classic form. A story-teller, Perera Elsewhere debut album on Friends of Friends (LA) hits you right in that space, rainy atmospherics shielded by a mild natural light. You’ll be happy you chilled to this album indeed.
Classic road trip folk music gets you reminiscing of home, the long path to find yourself, can you get back there now? You’ll be shuttering the camera to capture all the things you might not ever see again.
Soulful bends that reveal the aged heart of the road, the idea of the next life on the horizon, and a delicate delivery not afraid to express the learning and the teaching.
You come across songs like the one’s on Moose Afternoons page, and the smile shines, beams through to negate all the doubt because of its tonality, the kind that lets you release the chains of fear. Now we embark on Life, while accepting what sucks about it, and turning it into a tolerable bridge
Few groups bend genres in a successful manner. Noble Robot has no problem delivering a blurry line on the new single, while exuding their (trademark) quirky musicianship, tinged with improvisational risk