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If You're Gonna Lead My Country (EP)
Everything Is Saved
David Wax Museum
Nation of Heat EP
Nation of Heat is Joe Pug's debut EP. Pug recorded Nation of Heat's seven songs at a Chicago studio his friend had snuck him into when other musicians had cancelled. He self-released the EP and began shipping sampler CDs with some of its songs free of charge to whoever asked for a sample of his music. This unorthodox promotional strategy led to Pug selling 20,000 copies of Nation of Heat, piquing the attention of Lightning Rod Records, the Nashville label with which he would eventually sign. The EP was a critical success, drawing comparisons to the work of Bob Dylan and Josh Ritter. "Hymn #101," the album's opening song, drew special attention, being spotlighted on NPR's Second Stage music blog.
Land of Sea
chris and thomas
Big Black Hole And The Little Baby Star
Big Black Hole and the Little Baby Star is the fourth album by American folk musician Sean Hayes. It was released on January 24, 2006.
Langhorne Slim is the third studio album by the New York-based folk singer Langhorne Slim and is the first album released under the Kemado recording label, released in 2008.
A Cork Tale Wake
Chris Bathgate's songs are connected to the Midwest much in the same way R.E.M.'s early work was connected to the South. Michigan and Illinois aren't just locations -- they're a haunting chill, a tidal force, a mood that hangs in his lyrics like frozen fog. In other words, this isn't just folk music -- this is Middle American Gothic. And those familiar with Bathgate's previous work will be pleased to find that this preoccupation with place (not to mention loss and heartache) hasn't been lost on his first "big" indie release, A Cork Tale Wake. It does feel different from his previous work, insofar as it deviates from the bluegrassy, old-timey stuff that dominated his two previous releases. He sounds focused; there's a wider array of instrumentation here (spidery E-bows, scrunchy trumpets, and haunting distortion), but this album nonetheless manages to sound more reined in than Bathgate's earlier releases. It's a sound that nods to Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot -- browbeaten Americana torn through with layers of sprawling reverb -- and the change feels right. Bathgate's songs hang beautifully in this new setting, like rustic paintings mounted in high-quality frames. Naturally, it helps that A Cork Tale Wake contains some of Bathgate's most mature songwriting to date; tracks like "Every Wall You Own," "The Last Wine of Winter," and "The Last Parade on Ann St." (a reference to a street in Ann Arbor, MI) all stand among his finest work. A Cork Tale Wake is a somber album, but that just goes with the territory. This is the Midwest, after all; the winters are hard and many of the songs are sad. [This edition includes a bonus DVD.]
So Runs The World Away
So Runs the World Away is the sixth full-length studio album by American singer-songwriter Josh Ritter. It was released on vinyl record on April 17, 2010 as a part of Record Store Day in the United States. The vinyl record came packaged with a CD version of the album as well. The official album release was April 23, 2010 in Ireland, and May 4, 2010 worldwide. Ritter said of the album that it "marks the beginning of a new period in [his] life," and that overall, "the songs are larger and more detailed, and feel to me as if they were painted in oil on large canvasses." Ritter got the title from a line in the third act of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Antifogmatic is the second album by Punch Brothers. The album was released June 15, 2010. The Paducah Sun reported, on February 25, 2010, that the album contains ten songs: “'The new music is a real honest collaboration,' Thile said. It is the first album to feature bass player Paul Kowert, who joined the band in late 2008 after the departure of Greg Garrison. Thile said the 10 songs are shorter and more melodic with no leading man. The album was produced by Jon Brion.
Punch Brothers also released a deluxe version of Antifogmatic which contains a four-song EP All Of This Is True and a seven-song live DVD from the band's 2009 residency at New York's The Living Room called Live from the Lower East Side: It's p-Bingo Night! The DVD was directed by Mark Meatto and produced by Michael Bohlmann, the filmmakers behind How to Grow a Band a feature documentary about Punch Brothers released in April of 2012.
From the Nonesuch site: "Antifogmatic is named after a type of 19th-century alcoholic drink that was meant as a cure for the effects of fog and other inclement weather.
To Travels and Trunks
Fathers Be Kind
Ivan & Alyosha
Fathers Be Kind is the second EP released by Ivan & Alyosha on February 1, 2011, following the band's first record The Verse, the Chorus, which was released in March 2009.
A Sky Underground
Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow Quartet
Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow Quartet
What The Crow Brings
The Low Anthem
What The Crow Brings is the first full-length studio album by American indie folk band The Low Anthem, self-released on September 21, 2007. With the release of this album the band embraced a full-fledged DIY ideology; writing, recording, mixing, and even painting and silk screening the record jackets from their Providence, RI apartment.
Daniel Martin Moore
How To Grow A Woman From The Ground
How to Grow a Woman from the Ground is a 2006 album by Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers. It was released on Sugar Hill on September 12, 2006. The album is named after a song on the album; a cover of the original by folk singer Tom Brosseau.
The album debuted to positive reviews from major music critics, with critics calling the album “fantastic, eclectic”, and “genius”. The album earned Thile a Grammy Award-nomination in 2006.
Nothing Is Okay
In The Ever
In the Ever is the sixth album by Mason Jennings. It was released in 2008 by Brushfire Records. The UK version of the album contains a twelfth track titled Sassafrass.
The Reluctant Graveyard
Walk Through Walls
Backyard Tent Set
Caroline Smith & The Good Night Sleeps
All Alone In An Empty House
Lost In The Trees
Beta Radio's self-released debut album, Seven Sisters combines studio recorded material with home recorded tracks that were captured in Beta Radio guitarist Holloman's spare bedroom and living room. Seven Sisters was originally conceived as an EP, but over the course of a few months morphed in to a full-length recording after the band left the recording studio.
Redbird is a recording by Jeffrey Foucault, Kris Delmhorst and Peter Mulvey, performing as Redbird, released in 2003.
This Unknown Science
Joy Kills Sorrow
Spirit Family Reunion
Tarpits And Canyonlands
Tarpits and Canyonlands is North Carolina band Bombadil's second full-length album which was released on July 7, 2009. The band members when the record was released were James Phillips, Bryan Rahija, Daniel Michalak and Stuart Robinson. The album contains fifteen songs. It was re-released in 2014.
The Cave Singers
Welcome Joy is the second full-length album from Seattle indie folk group The Cave Singers. It was released August 18, 2009 on Matador Records.
The Belle Brigade
The Belle Brigade
The Belle Brigade is the debut album by American band The Belle Brigade. It was co-produced by them and Matthew Wilder. The album was released on April 19, 2011. It has been chosen as one of the best albums released in 2011.
Break in the Clouds
Waiting and Waiting
John Mark Nelson
Waiting and Waiting is the second full-length album released by John Mark Nelson on 12 August 2012. The album was recorded after the comeback of Nelson's music career, and was featured on seven local radio stations in Minnesota.
Feast Of The Hunters' Moon
Feast of the Hunters' Moon is the debut album by Portland, Oregon-based bluegrass band Black Prairie, released in 2010 on Sugar Hill Records.
The David Mayfield Parade
The David Mayfield Parade
Kiss Each Other Clean
Iron & Wine
Kiss Each Other Clean is the fourth studio album by Iron & Wine, released January 25, 2011 via 4AD and Warner Bros. in the US. The album's title is taken from the lyrics of "Your Fake Name Is Good Enough for Me".
The first track from the album, "Walking Far from Home," was released on November 26 in CD single and 12" vinyl versions as part of a special Record Store Day Black Friday event. The digital download version was released on November 30. The song "Tree by the River" has also been released, for free download, on Iron & Wine's website. On January 5, Iron & Wine performed all but one song from Kiss Each Other Clean live at the Greene Space in New York City for a live broadcast on NPR's website.
The album marks a further change in style – in an interview with Spin, Beam said “It’s more of a focused pop record. It sounds like the music people heard in their parent’s car growing up… that early-to-mid-’70s AM, radio-friendly music."
In 2017 it was ranked number 65 in Paste magazine's "The 100 Best Indie Folk Albums" list.
Death Won't Send A Letter
Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons
Death Won't Send A Letter is an album by Cory Chisel and The Wandering Sons. It was released in 2009.
Alright You Restless
You Can Tell Georgia
Breathe Owl Breathe
A New Kind of House
Four Thieves Gone - The Robbinsville Sessions
The Avett Brothers
Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions is the fourth album by American folk rock band The Avett Brothers released on February 6, 2006 on the Ramseur Records label. The album was recorded in a rented house in Robbinsville, North Carolina over the course of 10 days in early 2005 and saw the introduction of electric guitar and heavier drums to the band's sound. The album features several songs written and performed in collaboration with Paleface.
The album was titled Four Thieves Gone after Scott Avett realized their song "Denouncing November Blue" sounded identical to the Charlie Daniels song "Uneasy Rider", whom they ultimately credited with the songwriting.
Sara Watkins is the debut solo album by Sara Watkins. It was released by Nonesuch Records on April 7, 2009. The album reached No. 13 on the Heatseekers Albums chart at Billboard magazine.
Killing the Darlings
Pearl and the Beard
Fire on the Vine
Bryan John Appleby
To Begin Again
The Stray Birds
The Stray Birds
Chatham County Line
Quiet Little Room
Rooms For Adelaide
Mia and Jonah
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