Tag Archives: alternative folk

New in 2022: Half Shadow’s Enchanting ‘Song for the Garden’

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.

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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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PREMIERE: Tess Unveils Stripped Version of ‘Fade Away (To Gray)’

The path we walk when embarking upon a creative path can be a lonely one, indeed. As we forge ahead toward our goals, we can feel the sense of isolation that comes with a less conventional path. Sometimes, we’re left wonder if anyone cares at all.

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Daily Spinn: Quinn O’Donnell and the Tale of ‘Miss Lonely Heart’

In case you weren’t aware, we’re more than a little excited for our upcoming Live from the 615 Nashville Songwriters Night. You know the one: it takes place this Friday, March 12 at 7 p.m. CT, and features the talents of Timothy Myles, Quinn O’Donnell, and Natasha Blaine. You can get tickets here.

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