Where: Lowell, Massachusetts. As such, Saint Cloud presents narratives that are hardwired in wisdom. In relentless pursuit of his musical dreams, McKinley gained the attention of the legendary John Prine, another songwriter familiar with midwestern ennui. *Of the 40 best-selling folk albums released in 2020… Sign-up to Report Play-lists. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff, Die Midwestern, Arlo McKinley's debut album, is a brash and honest account of ennui. Choose this option if you are a DJ, Station Manager, or other Radio Personnel looking to report play-lists. On Spider Tales, traditional folk tunes are injected with vibrant and inspiriting new life, from the forward-driving, joyous string-work of Cuje Bertram's "Blackbird Says to the Crow" to the palpably dark implications of "The Angels Done Bowed Down". <a href="https://arlomckinley.bandcamp.com/album/die-midwestern">Die Midwestern by Arlo Mckinley</a> We may have never heard of Tré Burt without dearly departed John Prine's influence. Crutchfield intentionally rejects the drudgery that is 2020 to embrace a simple and beautiful world, ensconced in light and bucolic appreciation. Elsewhere, "Sheep Shaped" takes the back-and-forth of traditional folk fiddling and renovates it into something of a modern string band jig. She adroitly finds a balance and uses Saint Cloud as a pathway towards authentic restoration. At its most hopeful, the husband-and-wife duo leave us to wonder if that hope finds its warrant. 1, 2, and 3 balances lightness and darkness, weaving joy into melancholy's fabric. <a href="https://jakeblountmusic.bandcamp.com/album/spider-tales">Spider Tales by Jake Blount</a> Tyler Childers' album, Long Violent History, gives voice to the struggles of the oppressed. Instead, he calls for action on behalf of the Black Americans "constantly worrying / Kicking and fighting, begging to breathe". From jazz and blues to pop and folk, these young LGBTQ artists are breaking ground across an ever-changing landscape. PopMatters have been informed by our current technology provider that we have until December to move off their service. See you this summer somewhere down the gypsy road. Regardless of Elverum's moniker, specific themes emerge across his oeuvre, specifically considerations of existence and the purpose of his art form. Photo by Brendan McLean. – Jonathan Frahm. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. We look forward to bringing you more excellent concerts and coffeehouses as soon as it is safe to do so. Based on sales and streaming data of albums released by folk artists in 2020 up to September 11. Heart's Ease rejects ahistorical readings of folk music and narratives while delivering unequivocal descriptions of humanity. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff. Welch and husband David Rawlings recorded these songs in one weekend in 2002 to fulfill a publishing contract. Folk music alone is not capable of dismantling the powerful or subverting the oppressive. Music; Female Musical Artists to Watch in 2020 15 Rising Female Artists Who Are About to Be All Up in Your 2020 Playlists. McKinley centers his lens on the Midwestern rust belt towns, economically depressed and seemingly forgotten about by the rest of the country. Fruit Bats' singer Eric D. Johnson, veteran instrumentalist Josh Kaufman, and singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell teamed up to explore ancient folk songs. When last he appeared on For Folk’s Sake, EG Vines was pitching the character of ‘The Salesman‘. Discover the best new indie, pop & folk music in our March compilation! Choose this option if you are looking to change your band/artist information, want detailed tracking information on bands/artists, or get radio station contact information. Download an Excel sheet with all Official and Private Showcases here. Steeped in elements of folk, bluegrass, country, blues, and Americana alike, the singer-songwriter has seen weighty success in the roots scene from all angles; as a soloist, as part of a band alongside Aoife O'Donovan and Sara Watkins, and as the composer of "The Blue Heron Suite". <a href="https://houseandland.bandcamp.com/album/thread">Thread by Sally Anne Morgan</a> "I'm alone now, but I don't feel alone," sings Courtney Marie Andrews on the title track of her album Old Flowers. Refreshed by the label for a 2020 reissuing, the album is as relevant as ever. The Best Classic Films on Blu-ray in 2020, 'The Baby-Sitters Club' Can Help Children Cope with COVID-era Death, 5 Negative Effects of Fandom Nostalgia and How to Overcome Them, 'The Edge of Democracy' and Parallels of Political Crises, LA Dream Popster Coco Reilly Releases Hazy Debut, Winston C.W. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff. In our aim to preserve the folk genre, our Lifetime Achievement award was created to honor the cultural impact of legendary folk music figures. Collectivity, these artists use their albums to define cultural spaces where joy is apparent, healing is emphasized, and society is equitable. Overall, it is another quality release that sees the Irish singer-songwriter continuing her musical ascent. He doesn't shy from protest, either, attacking the racist, imperialistic structure of the U.S. government head-on in tunes like "Undead God of War", whose most biting divulgences are all too sadly true ("And Mother Nature, I guess she caters/To those with white skin"). Yet, it is scintillating. <a href="https://brigidmaepower.bandcamp.com/album/head-above-the-water">Head Above The Water by Brigid Mae Power</a> Bonny Light Horseman formed casually but have since evolved into a folk supergroup. But he does not settle on endowing the indignities as entirely a white problem. View this year's Official Showcase artists at the 2020 Folk Alliance International Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Microphones - Microphones in 2020. ... April 23 2020 6:00 AM EDT. August 7, 2020. The 2021 Folk Alliance International Conference has been postponed. 2021 FAI Conference. As usual, Elverum refutes musical gimmicks or any popular trends. Reliably so, Where the World is Thin is another matured collection of songs from the Scottish folkie. John Prine (October 10, 1946 – April 7, 2020) was an American country folk singer-songwriter. We are moving to WordPress and a new host, but we really need your help to fund the move and further development. While we may be confined to the indoors (or at least to strict solitude) right now, music is a … 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff, As Brigid Mae Power puts it, Head Above Water is "a continuing tale of everyday survival". 1: Tales of Isolation sets out to document a specific space and time: the COVID-19 pandemic. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff, Whereas some artists have found their footing steeped in something of a traditional folk revival, Sally Anne Morgan incorporates folk standards as embellishments of a higher cause. Spider Tales is another fantastic album from Blount, having successfully recaptured and reframed some of yesteryear's best folk music for a modern audience. © 1999-2020 PopMatters.com. One of the first artists to introduce North American audiences to her style of Latin American music, the folk singer was named a 2020 National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellow. Folk n' Roll Vol. He innovates with the spoken-word meditations of the closing track "Ola, Let's Dance". <a href="https://krisdrever.bandcamp.com/album/where-the-world-is-thin-2">Where The World Is Thin by Kris Drever</a> After Shirley Collins' 38 year departure from the music scene, her return is celebrated. All rights reserved.PopMatters is wholly independent, women-owned and operated. Die Midwestern is a timeless album, written by an artist simply trying to make sense of his circumstances. Collins keenly uses music to demonstrate a multitude of human emotions and rejects the portrayal of a singular standpoint. Click here for more information. Browse all new releases by genre, album, artist, or record label. Its titular opener tells the real story of his upbringing in a captivating fashion, with ominous fiddle, sweeping lap steel, and subtle flourishes of piano throughout. This album and Collins' contribution to folk music, in general, is a celebration of her prowess. Fest.fm 6 artists that blew our minds at Noise Pop Festival 2020 Discover Albums of 2020: the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for Fest.fm Our Photo Recap of VOODOO Music & Arts Experience 2019 This is done all while finally giving credit where credit is due to the people of color who have made the genre. Your gift helps support Music Performers Production Staff Makers & Craftspeople The NC Folk Festival . In no way is he reiterating the ignorant "All Lives Matter" rhetoric. – Jonathan Frahm. With a full band behind him, Blount's intent—as an artist, activist, and ethnomusicologist—is more richly realized in his breathtaking solo debut than ever before. In spite of what philosophical questions remain following this captivating, multi-sided meditation, Jarosz is ready to further soar. Discover more about the greatest artists in the history of music. His lack of drippy romanticism lends credibility to the album's viscerality. It is from her compelling songwriting that she records an authentic testimonial even if the majority of her audience isn't ready to live the reality just yet. At its core, Andrews' album contextualizes a break-up. It's a reminder of the positive moments to come following a period of transition. <a href="https://pharisjasonromero.bandcamp.com/album/bet-on-love">Bet On Love by Pharis & Jason Romero</a> Laura Marling's Song For Our Daughter can be is easily conflated with a collection of vignettes. For years, they sat on the unreleased materials until they decided to revisit the collection while in quarantine during the pandemic. More, "Blow by Blow" pays homage to Paul McCartney while "The End of the Affair" is a reference to Grahame Greene's novel. Indeed, the previously released Lodestar reacquainted Collins with the music industry and recast the spotlight onto the honored artist. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. Bonny Light Horseman's power is derived from their ability to enshrine folk, ultimately proving great songs will withstand obscurity. Also worthy of an ear is "Under the Devil's Knee", a standalone single released by Burt this year in response to police brutality and systemic racism. <a href="https://courtneymarieandrews.bandcamp.com/album/old-flowers">Old Flowers by Courtney Marie Andrews</a> While Sarah Jarosz's musical world continues to grow exponentially outward, World on the Ground finds the artist looking inward for answers. 's 'Good Guess' Is a Skewed, Beguiling Take on Piano-Based Pop, Giddy and Buzzy 'The Prom' Compresses 'Glee' into a Single Film, 'Johnny Thunders & Wayne Kramer's Gang War!' – Jonathan Frahm. He details lifeless employment, addiction, depression, suicide, and the fear of being stuck in a rural Ohio town for the remainder of his days. On the same trip, she first recorded "Wondrous Love" at a Sacred Harp Convention. This is the mirror Andrews' holds up for her listeners. The week of December 12, 2020. – Jonathan Frahm. Dark as its undertones may be, Bet on Love finds solace in a head held high and towards a brighter tomorrow. Song For Our Daughter is certainly a multilayered cultural artifact but without distracting from Marling's musicality. Now, the frills are shaven and the message is clear as the artist sets his anger towards real-life salesmen who are commandeering American… He innovates, but with the reliably gentle pace that listeners have come to appreciate him for, with movements into atmospheric synth and wayfaring jazz on tunes like "Scapa Flow 1919" and "Hunker Down / That Old Blitz Spirit". Drever's fingerpicking is as quick and subtle as ever, his lilting voice a fine vessel for wistful folksongs. Throughout, her harmonies are elegant, her melodies are lush as her songwriting is astute. Times like Fly on the Wall, shared between the Sweater Set and their most dedicated listeners, will once again be feasible, at some point. Musically, it's any folk fan's gift, with wistful tones of mandolin, bass, and guitar. As public figures spout vitriol, media outlets fearmonger and the pandemic grows in magnitudes, there is so little room to cultivate bliss, physical/emotional wellness, and social progression. In a video concretizing his intent, he invokes the killing of Breonna Taylor. Long Violent History is a clarion call for active solidarity that enforces equity while dismantling oppression. <a href="https://treburtmusic.bandcamp.com/album/caught-it-from-the-rye">Caught It From The Rye by Tre Burt</a> Phil Elverum unearths his former alias The Microphones to record the 45-minute single-track album Microphones in 2020. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff. The songwriting is raw and real, capturing Lenker caught up in both the coronavirus pandemic lockdown and in the ache of a recent breakup. Childers sets the album on Kentucky's history with labor disputes, economic disparities, and prominent GOP senators relying on ignorance to perpetuate oppression. 1, 2, and 3 are enchanting stories shifting between honeyed despair and exemplary festivity. Balanced on the Thin Edge of Democracy, Can We See the Tipping Point? McKinley's narratives are honest, and relatable across geographies and experiences. Ondara, arrived in the U.S. from Nairobi in 2013. We love music festivals as much as you do. Donate Now ! Morgan's acknowledgment of folk standards is a scintillating benefit, informing her more contemporary artistic conscience instead of bogging it down into a 20th century do. Regardless of if he is performing as Mount Eerie or the Microphones, Elverum provides his audience with a snapshot of his existence, strengthened by mundane details and quotidian musings. Childers' convictions takes the struggles of dominantly white communities to shine a light on the overlap with the fight for racial justice. Here, though, Jarosz is humbled reflecting on oneself and the world around her with a thorough, acerbic wit. Stripping back the veneer, however, reveals a cautionary tale. -- Elisabeth Woronzoff, In a time when most of the world is looking inward, so does Kris Drever. uDiscover Music is the online catalogue website for Universal Music Group. Our annual conference brings together 3,000 members of the folk community and features showcases, educational … <a href="https://shirleycollins.bandcamp.com/album/hearts-ease">Heart's Ease by Shirley Collins</a> Gillian Welch's Boots No. Indeed, her first single "Lilacs" presented a necessary form of pastoral escapism as the world quarantined itself. Whereas hopelessness and anger are apparent throughout, the album reads more like a confessional rather than an emotive plea for sympathy. COVID-19 has forced Tidewater Friends of Acoustic Music and our artists to postpone all concerts and coffeehouses for the safety of all. On their self-titled debut, the trio unearthed a collection of folk standards that recontextualized traditional folks as reflections of the contemporary fractious political climate. More so, they share our collective sorrow and ennui but remind listeners to honor individual and shared experiences. Andrews is methodical in her delivery as she deconstructs her break-up to focus more on grief and loss. That's all to say that what, perhaps, is most striking is what is left unsaid; in the spaces between music, where the crunch of detritus and lilting birdsong find center stage, Lenker is her most unfeigned. Without question, the same protestations were heard across the country as businesses remained open during a pandemic for the sake of their bottom line, thereby sacrificing the health and safety of their employees. 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The artists in this year's list all use their music to create a sense of unity. A selection of Country / Folk music's top artists are about to have concerts in Austin. Perhaps it is also his most intimate. Old Flowers documents Andrews' shifting mindset and eventual arrival at restoration. There are barbed moments, especially as he sings to the working-class and reminds them to stay vigilant of false-idols and empty promises. Old-time banjo fraying meets triumphant, fiery fiddle work throughout, often held together by rhythm-driving foot percussion from Nic Gareiss and Blount's own robust vocal dynamics. Folk music's offering is its monumental reflection of social consciousness. For instance, he recalls a memory of his parents holding his naked brother or the feeling of empowerment after hearing Stereolab play the same chord for 15 minutes. Telling of the sinking of the German High Fleet at World War II's end, the formerly mentioned tune showcases Drever's knack for pursuing adroit accuracy in his lyricism and is a highlight of his overarching portfolio. Whether it is the acknowledgment of shared oppression, or in contrast, the visibility of identity, Best of Folk Music 2020 is defined by its ability to form a musical common ground. The album maintains folk music's resiliency in spite of the century in which the songs are dusted off. Fest.fm 6 artists that blew our minds at Noise Pop Festival 2020 Discover Albums of 2020: the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for Fest.fm Our Photo Recap of VOODOO Music & Arts Experience 2019 Women In Music Events Hot 100 Billboard 200 Global 200 ... AMERICANA/FOLK ALBUMS. Music Co-op. The artists in this year's list all use their music to create a sense of unity. Discover and listen to new music releases and 2020's best new album releases this week and every week here. Hear the hot songs of the year and all important new cd releases of 2020 in one place. He implores his audience to sees the intersection between racial and economic oppression. United States About Blog Saving Country Music's purpose is spelled out in its … Lenker has never been more intimate, nor human, in her performance before now. Donate Now ! -- Elisabeth Woronzoff. Signed to Prine's label, Oh Boy Records, McKinley's album feels more like a character sketch of an individual desperate to discover any avenue leading towards success. She understands beauty exists while creating space for anger and anxiety as emotions that underline jubilation. The artist has successfully ventured into rock'n'roll and R&B without missing a beat; in 2020, he's wearing his folk and Americana hat. 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