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Joseph – Native Dreamer Kin

May 21, 2014 |

If vocal harmonies are your thing, and we think they are, be sure to check out Joseph. The Pacific Northwest trio that just so happened to be sisters has recently released Native Dreamer Kin. It’s heavy on the folk and full of life. On tour across the USA this summer, if you like what you hear, seek out a live show. Read More

Tall Mountains – Tall Mountains EP

April 15, 2014 |

Tall Mountains has a folk pop sound that stretches from Singapore to New York. Sometimes melancholy other times uplifting, the big city outfit has crafted a nicely balanced EP that has us on repeat listens. Read More

Scary Little Friends – From the Beginning

November 13, 2013 |

Scary Little Friends is a folky psychedelic rock outfit straight from the Mission in San Francisco. From the Beginning encapsulates a beach tinged adventure with friends and we can’t stop listening! Read More

The Good Lion – S/T

August 22, 2013 |

Singer/songwriter Luke Tower’s latest release has got our attention. His third album under the moniker The Good Lion has a indie sound tinged with folk and plays well to the genre. Read More

Message to Bears – Folding Leaves

August 2, 2012 |

Life can be hectic. We often get so stressed out that we forget to stop and enjoy ourselves. So when we discovered this week’s artist, we decided to embrace the mellower side of things and melt away the strain of the day. Read More

Dogwood & Dahlia – The Sea EP

March 16, 2012 |

Our neighbors to the north have yet again proven that they have a wonderfully vast music scene full of great musicians. This week we’re covering a Vancouver based band that has its roots set in folk. And if folk isn’t your thing, they might change your mind after a listen. Dogwood and Dahlia bring a bright and downright cheery twist to the genre. Songs like The Sea and Lancaster Bomber are proof of that, while Wild Oats and Arson slow things down and show they are quite capable of range. The EP is a solid offering and we can’t wait to hear more. Read More

Young Benjamins – EP

January 21, 2012 |

Our latest review takes us up north to Saskatchewan, Canada. Young Benjamins have blended folk & blues into a refreshing indie sound that is sure to fill the void in your playlist. Although their self-titled EP is just three tracks, it does a great job at showing you the range this band has. It starts out upbeat with a western tinge of rhythmic drums and violin, brings you down into some rocking blues, and then dueling vocals carry you to the end. Be ready to hit the replay button. Read More

Chain of Lakes – Kind of Quiet EP

November 18, 2011 | 1

Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Chain of Lakes is an indie band with just a bit of folk sprinkled in for good measure. Their latest release, Kind of Quiet is a wonderfully mellow and satisfying EP that will keep you … Read More

Harts of Oak – Birds & Bees

July 23, 2011 |

We here at TKF have been on a bit of a folk kick as of late, so this week we decided to cover an up and coming band from Houston, TX to help quench our music thirst!

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Treelines – When I Get Grown

March 11, 2011 |

Ok y’all here comes a Canadian music bomb. To quote their CBC “about me” they’re like if The Weakerthans (another popular canadian band) and The Gaslight Anthem had a lovechild, and then that lovechild was raised by Joel Plaskett. That child would … Read More