The singer and songwriter composed this powerful and revealing set of songs as a companion to her 2019 memoir of the same name.
The celebrated songwriter, singer, and whistler refuses to give in to cynicism and rancor in a world full of chaos.
Recording experiments by bandleader Zach Condon and returning co-producer Gabe Wax pay off in uncommon vibrancy.
This duet album from the songwriters is Julie's first release in a decade, and she makes the most of the showcase.
Poetically candid vignettes of warm and weary Americana from this Nashville singer/songwriter.
On her first album of originals in four years, the Americana singer/songwriter addresses the tumult of the times with wit and empathy.
The celebrated British folk artist creates an intimate, home-recorded album that shows off her talents in rich detail.
A commanding and appealingly austere debut from this young Melbourne-based folk singer/songwriter.
Elegantly textured, meditative set that reflects on the natural world, childhood summers spent along the Oregon coast, and life events since.
An elegantly rendered chamber pop song cycle from Minneapolis singer/songwriter Rachel Ries.
The Fife native offers another mesmerizing glimpse into his strange yet increasingly familiar world.
A longtime behind-the-scenes Nashville collaborator and husband to Margo Price, Jeremy Ivey offers a surprisingly poignant and timeless debut.
Third album from the understated singer/songwriter is her most complex without losing any of the subtlety or intimacy of her earlier work.
Recorded in Iceland, the songwriter's fifth album is quiet but never fragile, and all the more powerful for its modesty.
The enigmatic English-Canadian bard continues to enchant on his marvelous and deeply layered 12th outing.
The Canadian folk duo amplify the country side of their sound to positive effect on their fourth album.
The rockabilly queen's empowering fifth album is rife with backwoods menace, pulpy romanticism, and rootsy swagger.
The Irish band's second album for Rough Trade is a vigorously played, smartly arranged long game that manipulates and celebrates its traditional folk roots.
Collaborating with producer Dave Cobb, Lillie Mae expands and sharpens her focus.
A swaggering and flinty collection of modern-day folk that addresses the concerns of contemporary America.
Finding a sweet spot between country and folk, the group's sixth album is a master class in the art of the high-lonesome sound.
The venerable British guitarist looks back toward his musical roots in a cycle of poignant songs that reflect on the passage of time.
The debut from the folk and roots music supergroup delivers a potent, personal, and much-needed retelling of American history.
A spare and deeply personal album from the talented singer/songwriter that contemplates mortality and survival.
Collaborating with Francesco Turrisi, Rhiannon Giddens finds common ground between different cultures.
The singer/songwriter takes a welcome left turn that brings him toward eccentric Nilsson territory.
Seventeen years after Out of Season, Rustin Man's second album proves Paul Webb's intimate, haunting music has only deepened with time.
Working with co-producer Charlie Sexton, the Americana singer/songwriter makes a rowdy comeback.
A subtly crafted, deeply felt collection that evokes the Everly Brothers without sounding retro.
An evocative, cinematic album, ideal for twilight moments of introspection.
The great contrarians head out to the desert and return with a confident, ambitious exercise in hallucinatory indie folk.
An appreciably more expansive sound enriches rather than overwhelms Hollie Fullbrook's sophisticated folk.
The guitarist imbues his artistry with a breezy West Coast feel on this articulate full-band outing.