Listening to Half Shadow’s avant garde musical stylings is the sonic version of looking through a kaleidoscope. Each piece of art presents unique, vibrant, and purposeful layers that dance together in one unified, magnificent tapestry.Read more
Tag Archives: alt-folk
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With her unique, powerful voice and the gentle strum of her guitar, Philly-based songstress Annalise Curtin has once again captivated us with one of her most vulnerable releases to date.Hear ‘Heading Out Soon’
Fresh off the heels of his 2020 album, The Perennial Millennial, Evan Alexander Moore is back with what he has proclaimed “a late night, roll-down-your-windows indie rager.”Hear ‘Emma Says’
Following the release of January’s “I Look Like My Mother,” Brooklyn-based folk songstress Ruby Landen is back with “Pt. 1,” a moody and contemplative post-breakup ballad that asks the age-old question…
“What is it that’s wrong with me?”Hear the Single
Despite our natural human tendency to desire closure at the end of a relationship, it doesn’t always come.Hear ‘Ellipses’
Losing a loved one to addiction is one of the most difficult parts of the human experience. Bridget Rian expresses this pain in her devastating new single, “Funeral.”Listen Now
When it comes to relationships, timing is everything. Sometimes, the timing doesn’t work out.Hear ‘Changes’
This past Sunday, we (at Live from the 615) had the honor and privilege of hosting Carrie Welling’s “Good To Me” video premiere party.
So, let’s give you a look at this one, to show you what all the fuss is about!Read more
Not all songs come together quickly. Sometimes, they take years to complete.
That wasn’t the case with Leah Jean’s new single, “Ohio,” just released on Monday. The Dayton-area native recalls a quick and easy writing process for this lush indie folk offering, inspired by one of her favorite artists.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
All the way from northern Spain, the great Sasha Smith starts the year off with an intimate and vulnerable record.Hear the Single