"psych folk" tag

Q&A: The Dan Ryan Discusses February Residency at Stay Gold

In May of last year, The Dan Ryan released its self-titled, debut LP, a collection of songs that merged noisy, echoing aesthetics with acoustic sensibilities. Since then the band has been at work on…

Show Preview: Psych Folk Hero Kurt Vile Plays Stubb’s Friday 4/15 (ATX)

Onstage, psych folk songwriter Kurt Vile hides behind his hair, quietly delivering impressively nuanced and sprawling songs over introspective, hazy arrangements. Similarly quietly, Vile has released some of the best and most revered…

Album Review: Damien Jurado – Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son (Pop Press Pick)

Damien Jurado’s new album Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son, out earlier this month on Secretly Canadian, is a complex folk fever dream of an album—mysterious, dense, magical. I have fallen desperately…

Juan Wauters Preps Solo Debut, Shares “Water”

60s folk is written all over “Water,” the first track to emerge from Jaun Wauters’ solo debut. The former frontman for The Beets has signed to Captured Tracks and will issue N.A.P North American…

Two New Videos from Akron/Family, “Until the Morning” and “Samurai”

Experimental psych folk band Akron/Family have released a new video directed by Brian Sowell, which features a simple, sparse set from which frontman Miles Seaton delivers the song’s lyrics. The slow pulsing of the…

New Track: Akron/Family – “Until the Morning”

We’ve already reported about Akron/Family’s new effort Sub Verses out April 30th on Dead Oceans. Now, another outstanding cut has been made available from that album. “Until the Morning” represents an excellent rendering…

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