Tag: neo-folk

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Ryan Auffenberg, “Daisy Chain”

Popdose is pleased to bring you the title track from the new album by Bay Area singer songwriter Ryan Auffenberg, “Daisy Chain”. ...

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Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Kevin Harrison & True North, “If Today I Should Die”

Popdose once again brings you something brand new in a summer filled with interesting, fresh sounds.  This time, we present...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

Album Review: Tulula!, “Singing Songs in the Dark”

Accord, New York’s Tulula! has been stomping around Rip Van Winkle’s dreamland since 2006. The acid-cowboy quintet of Jason Broome...

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Album Review: Anna St. Louis, “First Songs”

An interesting, left-field thing – a throwback, really.  Kansas City native Anna St. Louis makes her debut on a cassette-only...

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Album Review: Peter Bradley Adams, “A Face Like Mine”

Having embarked on a solo career in 2005, Birmingham, Alabama native Peter Bradley Adams has seemingly shown no signs of slowing...

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Album Review: Hamish Anderson, “Trouble”

After two E.P.’s, this Melbourne, Australia native has headed to the U.S. to record and release his debut full-length album,...

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Album Review: Cindy Lee Berryhill, “The Adventurist”

I’ve always liked Cindy Lee Berryhill’s voice and writing style; there’s always been something very soothing and...

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Album Review: Lowland Hum, “Thin”

Sometimes it takes a while for a band to really take root and find their feet as artists; getting into one’s own groove is never easy...

Music, New Artists, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Lisa Said

Back in the autumn, Popdose had the chance to introduce you to Lisa Said, the incredibly gifted and equally powerful singer-songwriter, who...

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Popdose Exclusive Single Premiere: Emma Charleston, “Falling”

Popdose is happy to start the week by sharing and showcasing this beautiful, stripped down new single from singer, Emma Charleston. ...

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Album Review: Almond & Olive, “Standing at the Precipice”

This debut album,  Standing At The Precipice, from Chicago duo Natalie Alms and Ollie Davidson – Almond & Olive – are...

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Popdose Video Premiere: Peter Aristone, “Colors”

Making his acclaimed debut album, the baroque 2014 release 19 Days in Tetbury, Peter Aristone dials it down a few notches with his...

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Album Review: Tattletale Saints, “Tattletale Saints”

To hear the music coming from the new, self-titled Tattletale Saints album, you wouldn’t think this duo of Cy Winstanley and Vanessa...

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Album Review: Josh Farrow, “Trouble Walks With Me”

This fine debut album from East Nashville singer/songwriter Josh Farrow mixes Southern soul, shades of The Band and Leon Russell and is one...

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Popdose Video Premiere: These Peaches, “So Glad”

This great new video and track comes from Chicago’s These Peaches; “So Glad” is the latest focus from the album Almost...

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Album Review: Darlingside, “Birds Say”

This Massachusetts-based quartet has something different to offer and a very refined sound that makes this new album, Birds Say, a joy to...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Billy Shaddox, “I Melt, I Howl”

  From the moment the title track of Billy Shaddox’s I Melt, I Howl kicks in to open this album, you get that twinge of...

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EP REVIEW: Laura Joy, “Between Our Words”

Hailing from the Windy City, singer-songwriter Laura Joy offers up her sophomore effort – a five-song EP, Between Our Words. ...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Rachel Garlin, “Wink At July”

It’s only fitting that a former schoolteacher could write so eloquently and with a sense of poetic finesse.  Thus, Rachel Garland...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sofia Talvik, “Big Sky Country”

From the opening strums of Big Sky Country, the newest album – 6th, overall – from Sweden’s Sofia Talvik, you know...

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Album Review: Decker, “Patsy”

Sedona, Arizona native Brandon Decker comes up with some interesting sounds on this, his latest release, Patsy.  Issued under the...

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Society Islands, ‘The Big Sleep’

Sometimes when an artist is nondiscriminatory with his or her influences, the result is unfocused, muddy, and downright confusing. Many...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mark Rogers & Mary Byrne, “I Line My Days Along Your Weight”

A very nice debut, indeed; this first offering from Mark Rogers and Mary Byrne, who hail from Pennsylvania, but met in East Atlanta through...