Going across fields of self expression and spiritual interpretation, Australian guitarist Black Bird Rising has released a 3-track EP that digs deep into what it means to be human. Originally from rock outfits Devil Electric and The Ugly Kings, Christos uses this project as much for personal meditation as he does artistic freedom. Continue reading Review- Black Bird Rising
Transcending through multiple musical and cultural stylings, award winning duo Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin return with a new group built upon embracing the idea of crossroads and boundaries. Continue reading Edgelarks cross every border with “No Victory”
If you were to take a look around at the double-fisted, white toothed strangers that lift up their coattails at the sight of wounded prey, circling them, you might begin to feel outnumbered. Continue reading Joshua James finds the secret with “Real Love”
The genre of folk punk is one that not only pushes the boundaries of non conformity but absolutely crumbles them. Keeping raw energy and themes of social oppression while trading in amps for cigarette money, it’s fair to argue that folk punk is as relevant in our times as punk rock was in the 70’s. Continue reading Days n Daze deliver a gut punch through their chaotic folk punk
Hailing from Winston-Salem, The Genuine is a three-piece folk outfit that manages to keep their music familiar yet taking great steps that follows their own cadence. “Howl” is a single that was released this year, preceded only by their 2013 debut Blooms and the EP Our Woodgrain Hearts. Continue reading Dig a little deeper and find the Genuine.