Scruffy, Indie folk-rock from Transylvania

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See four Indie Folker videos included on the soundtrack of "Lie With Me"

So excited about “American Folk” – a motion picture for all fans of the genre, for sure! Hear two of the most pleasing voices in american folk music performing a song from the movie: Joe Purdy and Amber Rubarth.  Read More →

I haven’t listened to Richmond Fontaine before (@richmondfontaine) but this video of the song “Santiam” reminds me of another artist I haven’t listened to in a while – which I also love – Admiral Freebee (@AdmiralFreebee). Give it a listen!  Read More →

A song with a punch right here! A real live acoustic indie folk song, just as you’d expect to get from Shakey Graves.  Read More →

I haven’t listened to this song in a long, long while, and I just could not resist re-posting this beautiful gem by First Aid Kit, the title song from the album The Lion’s Roar. Just wonderful!  Read More →

Love this song by Jeremy Messersmith. Calls himself “The Pied Piper of Wuss Rock” on his bandcamp page. Enjoy!  Read More →

I didn’t plan too much distribution for my “Monsters In The Christmas Album” EP back when I recorded it, but I’ve thought a lot about distributing it a bit better, so I’ve sent it out into the digital marketplace and it is now also available on iTunes. Enjoy!  Read More →

So, as we are approaching the end of 2017 I wanted to make a list of the best indie folk releases as I see them. I will try to include some audio or video for each one, so you can get a taste. 1.Mount Eerie – A Crowd Looked At Me A Crow Looked At Me by Mount Eerie 2.Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now Memories Are Now by Jesca Hoop 3.Phoebe Bridgers – Stranger In The Alps Stranger in the Alps by Phoebe Bridgers 4.(Sandy) Alex G – Rocket Rocket by (Sandy) Alex G 5.The Mountain Goats... more

So much noise

Posted by admin On October - 27 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Every day I go online to check new releases on CdBaby, Bandcamp, Deezer, iTunes and every other digital outlet that I can, including Hype Machine and Submithub (artists will be more familiar with this one) – and it is baffling how much music there is out there. Almost frightening, I might add. How is a modern, indie musician to gain a following, get any attention whatsoever? We have rapidly expanded the musical universe thanks to affordable recording equipment, online distribution and promotion.... more