A country artist who is truly country!
Kree Woods is that rare pop singer-songwriter with all the puzzle pieces: vocals, songwriting, and a great sound.
Gurf Morlix inhabits "the muddy" – the fecund reading room of a library of idioms encompassing folk, country, and blues.
If only Werner Herzog would train his eye on Georgetown Cupcakes and frame the sisters’ fondant-frosted business as a losing battle against nature and true Americana.
Singer/songwriter Dustin Welch spins tales of the lost, broken, and fragile.
Jacob Blazer heads in a minimalist direction with his new EP.
Dreams of the San Joaquin is an important and masterful work which belongs in the collection of every lover of Americana.
Robin & Linda Williams' new album illustrates that their kinship to traditional music remains strong while also composing new mountain sounds for today.
Brian James's earthy Americana is a welcome break from crystal-clear but soulless sounds and as-loud-as-possible mastering.
Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott have created a better album than the title would suggest.