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Listen to Fog Lake’s new LP ‘Tragedy Reel’

Newfoundland indie balladeer Aaron Powell crafts his most affecting album to date

Tommy Lefroy – “The Cause”

A stunning slice of indie folk from the Transatlantic songwriting duo

“Everything is and should be an evolution”: Q&A with Leila Sunier

L.A.-based singer-songwriter captures magic on latest singles & talks future projects

Alexander Biggs – Car Ride

Phoebe Bridgers, Night 1 at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Sold out Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. So she added another. And that sold out, too.

Glen Hansard and guests play Brooklyn Steel

Sunday night in Brooklyn and there is no room for anyone else at Brooklyn Steel.  Glen Hansard‘s show sold out a long time ago and for a very good reason.  Hansard was on fire, and tore through 3 hours of material old and new, with openers August Wells and special guest David Keenan (who brought the house down).  A magical night amongst friends and music lovers.

The Accidentals live at The Iridium

An hour filled with feel-good music

Cherry Glazerr, Vagabon and Shannon Lay at the Fillmore Live

LA’s Cherry Glazerr headlined a triple bill at the Fillmore in San Francisco with Vagabon and Shannon Lay on December 28th.

Blonde Wolf, “Truth”

The result of endearment

Phoebe Bridgers at the Great American Music Hall

Playing songs from her terrific debut record Stranger in the Alps.

Review: Bon Iver at Fox Theatre

With most of the 4,000-plus in attendance enraptured in their seats

Loyal Lobos “Dirt”

A Synthetic Experience.

The National and Daughter play the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

The National played with a live stream in the background and played their somber hits from across their lengthy discography.

Julien Baker with Half Waif at The Masquerade

On the first night of tour, the 22-year old singer/songwriter enraptured a crowd of devoted fans who sang back nearly every word of her first album and watched and listened with deep respect as she introduced several songs from her forthcoming sophomore effort Turn Out The Lights. With violin accompaniment provided by Camille Faulkner and opening support from Half Waif, Baker’s tour promises to continue being one of the more engrossing live experiences of the fall season.

Daughter and The National live at Forest Hills Stadium

The National promoting  “Sleep Well Beast,” their record released earlier this year.

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