Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Folk
Recently we (the dfbm staff^^) got the opportunity to finally see one of our favourite singers live in Leipzig. We really enjoy the music of Zachary Cale, so he was already featu …
Genre: Folk, Piano Muzack,
Nick Castell shared a new ep with us and it follows the path of the predecessor Peter Schlemihl. Means impressionistic piano music and like on his debut, ancient sounding folk from another world.
I suppose …
Genre: Folk, American Primitive, Acoustic
Guitar music for the people who can't get enough of Fahey, Basho, Rose fingerstyle stuff.
The opener is maybe the most accessible track on this album. All other tracks feels more like studies …
Genre: folk, indie, psych - what else
The shit we listen to on heavy rotation. Most of the stuff you will find here on blog, so come back and grab the files if you like a track. Hope you'll enjoy.
Macaw - Five Minutes At the Rainforest Cafe - - 2 …
Genre: Acoustic Guitar, Forl, American Primitive
"...The New Age people call it Folk; the Folk people call it New Age, but it is really neither. It's transitional. The style is derived from the country blues and string band music of the …
Genre: Old Time, Bluegrass, Folk
Label: Tompkins Square
Frank Fairfield is known for being a time traveller. He plays the old american mountain music, wears old suits, speaks like back in time and he is just in his mid twenties. A true original. …
Genre: Lo-Fi Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Label: Old Ugly Recording Co.
Debut album of 20 years old folk troubadour Phil Holtby from Canada. Great shaky lo-fi folk, sometimes in duet with a female voice. Last song is a funny little entertaining piece …
Genre: Instrumental Folk
A Spanish instrumental folk band we had posted before.
Rich arrangements with lots of instruments and a warm natural feeling. Perfect for daydreaming in the spring-sun.
The promo is all in Spanish and I am t …
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Classic Singer-Songwriter/Folk stuff from U.S. There are lot of similar musicians outside known and unknown, but why not give him a try? The use of banjo is always a plus, so go to Steve's bandcamp grab …