The Oh Hellos

The Oh Hellos began in a cluttered bedroom, where siblings Maggie and Tyler Heath (born and raised in southern Texas) recorded their self-titled EP in 2011. In the fall of 2012, the sibling duo released their debut full-length record Through the Deep, Dark Valley, an album full of regret and … Continue reading

Blueflint

This March saw the release of the third Blueflint album ‘Stories from home.’ Stories of relationships, parenthood and life in a hometown form the thread running throughout the album. With Paul Savage in the producer’s chair, (King Creosote, To Scotland with Love, Mogwai) the album sees the band evolving from … Continue reading

Chris Smither

A profound songwriter, Chris Smither draws deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets, and philosophers. Reviewers continue to praise his dazzling guitar work, gravelly voice and songwriting. “Smither is an American original – a product of the musical melting pot and one of the absolute best singer-songwriters in … Continue reading

Lord Huron

Lord Huron began as a solo project by Michigan-born/Los Angeles-based musician Ben Schneider in the spring of 2010. On a trip home to Michigan, Schneider recorded three songs inspired by communing with nature. These songs were later released as the Into the Sun EP, and Lord Huron was born. The … Continue reading

Pharis & Jason Romero – A Wanderer I’ll Stay

  Haunting harmonies, deep truths From my first ever listen of Pharis and Jason Romero it was evident to me that these were two extremely talented Americana artists. They sound like they could have been performing music literally at any point in the past century. The duo preserve the authenticity … Continue reading

Emily Portman

EMILY PORTMAN IS A SINGER, WRITER AND CONCERTINA PLAYER HAILED AS ‘ONE OF THE NEW BRITISH FOLK SCENE’S MOST BEGUILING PRESENCES’ (UNCUT).   Emily is the 2013 holder of the BBC Radio Two Folk Award for Best Original Song; an accolade which reflects her power to conjure darkly surreal netherworlds … Continue reading