Brooklyn duo Mouthus are usually grouped alongside noise artists, despite being a guitar/drums duo.
In the most relaxed album of his now-decade-plus resurgence to relevance, the world’s greatest living songwriter is having a lot of fun by not writing about anything apocalyptic.
Louisville native Tara Jane O'Neil's first album for K Records, A Ways Away, is a gorgeous atmospheric folk jaunt that makes desolation seem desirable.
Nelson and “modern swing kings” Asleep at the Wheel have joined forces for Willie and the Wheel.
Serge Gainsbourg is the new black. Or so it seems on Nous Non Plus’s album Menagerie.
Honest Jon’s compilation of 1920s Iraqi recordings, Give Me Love: Songs of the Brokenhearted, is truly a gem, but it’s not for everyone.
Louisville native Honeychild Coleman has been an enigma since she made her move to NYC, confounding critics who tried to place her music into the neat little boxes we so desire.
In the tradition of such independent troubadours as Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt and John Prine (who makes an appearance on the album), Winding Highways is a collection of classic Americana
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If the members of the United Nations formed a world-fusion band, it might look and sound a little something like Ancient Future’s re-issue of their seventh recording.