Tag Archives: Folk

AUDIO: Ryan Necci and the Buffalo Gospel – “Bloodlines”

Country rockers Ryan Necci and the Buffalo Gospel have a new single out this week. It’s a heartfelt tune about being unable to change who you are. The realization hits you like a freight train, and all you can do is crawl into radical acceptance – self-reckoning, if you will. Many people are going through intense personal examinations right now,

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AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Weep Not For Wandered Fawn”

Blues folk act Old Wolves is out with a new record, closely following last week’s single “Shovel and a Broom.” For those that yearn for the darker side of folk music, look no further. These songs are largely about impending doom as we remain trapped by the shackles of capitalism, fighting for survival. As the song “The Lonely Oak” touches

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Tom: This Sydney-Based Performer Has Flourished With A Perfect Blend Of Heartfelt Messages And A Naturally-Talented Voice

Artist Tom has been honing his skills in both songwriting and singing for several years to perfect the positive messages he is eager to spread through the melodies of music. As a naturally-born performer, Tom feels at home on stage, loving his storytelling role of sharing his messages with a rapidly growing fanbase. His new drop, Precious Heart, details the

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AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Shovel and a Broom”

Dark blues-folk project Old Wolves has a new single out. It’s a song about everyone’s spirits getting buried at the end of the day by the titular tools; the sentient vehicles we call our bodies ultimately return to the dirt that birthed us. Joe Zumpano kicks the tempo up with some bluegrass sensibilities here. Face your fate with Old Wolves’

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AUDIO: Dead, Dead Swans – “Used to You”

Indie folk project Dead, Dead Swans have a new single out. Recorded in a bedroom with just one microphone, it’s a song that touches on someone appearing different than you once remembered them. Fittingly, it’s got a gentle acoustic melody that accommodates Swan’s gruff and honest vocals. It certainly makes you want to call up an old friend.

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AUDIO: Bruce Humphries – “Promise Me”

Folk artist Bruce Humphries’ new single is about a parent struggling to keep their child blissfully unaware of the dangers of the outside world. He and his kid promise each other that everything will be okay, assuring a firm sense of trust. It’s a light-hearted, sweet ditty about the power of family even as one inevitably gets older. Stay tuned

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AUDIO: Social Caterpillar – “(Distance) Helping/Helpless”

Chamber folk band Social Caterpillar are out with the second part of their ongoing “(Distance)” series. This EP focuses on helplessness; “It’s Hard to Be” touches on feeling isolated as a result of depression while “Sure Would Be Nice” approaches corporate greed and the profit of suffering. Love is the most powerful force in the universe and ultimately triumphs helplessness

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