Folk Pop

Milky Chance’s “Bad Things” Video Is A Sashay In A World Of Shuffles

LEAVE IT TO Milky Chance to be the warm sun rays on an otherwise rainy afternoon. To be the almost thirst-quenching breeze at the peak of a festival’s heat. To be the sashay in a world of shuffles. Since their first album release, Sadnecessary, which contained hits such as “Fairytale” and “Stolen Dance,” the German […]

Bishop Briggs Dreams About Overcoming Depth & Darkness In New Music Video

London-born singer Bishop Briggs, who stood and delivered her massive single “River” last year, premiered the video for her new single “Dream,” directed by Dano Cerny. It’s a seamless video that leaves no room to lose an audience, with long, stabilized takes guided by well-placed light sources and Bishop, who marches to the beat. She’s […]

[CONCERT RECAP] Seeing Maggie Rogers at Triple Rock Social Club Was Everything

There are a handful of reasons that I could have been anywhere but the Triple Rock Social Club, a small, dingy nightclub in my hometown of Minneapolis, this past Saturday evening: first of all, Maggie Rogers‘ show, like every other set on her inaugural North American tour, was super sold out.   Tonight in Minneapolis at […]

[FOLK ROCK] Fleet Foxes Drops First Single In 6 Years + Tour Dates

I first listened to Fleet Foxes on a drive along Lake Superior in the summertime preceding my senior year of high school, coincidentally a few weeks after their last show in Minneapolis, in 2011. I was immediately taken aback by the intricate lyricism and fluid four-piece harmonies of the recently released Helplessness Blues, the Seattle […]