In Colour by Buffalo Boyfriend Australian Americana, you say? Well, meet The Australian Alana Jagt and Rachel Beinke. Together they are Buffalo Boyfriend, and they make very pretty folk-pop. This EP features only four songs, but they are beautiful and delicate.
Order of the Arrow by Blessed Feathers Blessed Feathers combines folk, Americana & indie alternative rock & pop – the result is a tasty one indeed.
westscapes by Sky Country Sky Country just released two beautiful EP’s full of psychedelic Americana & rock n’ roll – if you loved “westscapes”, check out “pacific garage” – the 2nd EP.
SLEETMUTE (C-Sides from Neon for No One) by Nate Henricks This is a great and fascinating lo fi album, it reminds me of loved psychedeic pop and folk songs from decades ago.
It’s Saturday & time for our weird-saturday-bandcamp-findings! This Saturday we feature an album by the legendary lap-steel player Pete Drake which was originally released in 1996 (although i suspect that most of the songs recorded much earlier). most of the album contains instrumental versions to songs by The Beatles & Bob Dylan but there’s also
So, how’s about beautiful Swedish slice of Americana? Peter Thisell, a Swedish singer-songwriter weaved a small & delicate country-folk album – something to listen to on your porch while the sun sets slowly down.
Recording Black Culture by Various Artists Spring Fed records is a non profit that preserves American roots music. in this compilation, the explore the black American roots music.
It’s our Saturday special, presenting one hell of a blast from the past – a collection of old time american folk tunes [recorded in 1973] played only with a guitar & a violin. so grab your dancing shoes, drag yourself to the nearest barn, press that “play” button & let the fancy dancin’ begin!
It’s been a while since we had a decent indie-pop album featured here – Dear Georgiana has that magical mixture of pop, americana, alt-folk & rock and roll, but above all lay the sweet voice of Lauren Balthrop that reminds me a little bit of Hope Sandoval.
Another great release by my favorite label Curly Cassettes – great combination of rock, folk, psychedelic americana & really beautiful vocal work. P.S. – Dear Curly Cassettes, please stop releasing such great music in such short time – you make everyone look lazy & less talented!
Lost No Labor by Soft Cat This music belongs to the great wide outdoors, it has that cinematic “feel” to it that reminds me scenes from old epic western movies.
Zelie by Arlo Aldo Arlo Aldo creates something that is between John Denver and Bonnie Prince Billy. They show us that folk could definitely be exciting!