Tag Archives: alt-folk

Evan Alexander Moore’s ‘Emma Says’: a Song for Those who Have Lost Touch

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.”

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Ruby Landen Sorts Through Post-Breakup Confusion on ‘Pt. 1’

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?”

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Daily Spinn: Leah Jean Warmly Remembers ‘Ohio’

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.

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Daily Spinn: Eric & The Soo Find a New Companion

Anyone who has had to quarantine at any point throughout the pandemic can tell you that true companionship goes a long way toward healing loneliness.

For Eric Brombacher of Toronto-based roots rock band, Eric & The Soo, a 14-day period of isolation led him to find a new companion — in the form of a vintage guitar.

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Mesa Jane’s ‘Frequency’ Addresses the Isolation of 2020

2020 has been a time to go inward — to decipher the stories that live inside of us, and to find new ways to express them.

Mesa Jane got the memo early on in the pandemic. Now, she has Frequency — her first-ever self-produced EP — to show for it.

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