Category: Indie Folk

Five Local Artists You Need to See at Float Fest

This year’s Float Fest features a multitude of talent from Austin, Texas. While the genres and sounds for each artist may be different, you can expect all of them to bring a lively, engaging performance to Float Fest. Here’s a list of five artists you can’t miss. A-Town Getdown What: Groovy Funk and Soul When: […]

The Lumineers Announce Ticket Giveaway Promo With JamFeed App

After selling out Madison Square Garden back to back nights in early February, The Lumineers are kicking off the second leg of their Cleopatra US Tour with a bang! Not only are they donating all their profits from their upcoming Dallas show next week to Planned Parenthood, but today they announced their ticket giveaway partnership […]

The Lumineers Maintain Their Independence on ‘Cleopatra’

I recently ended a nearly two-year long distance relationship. Anybody who has ever been in a long distance relationship understands that physical distance between bodies tends to, over time, amplify problems and chip away at lines of communication. It happens slowly, like winds eating away at an exposed piece of rock, at a pace that […]

Artist Spotlight: Jamestown Revival

Jamestown Revival’s Jonathan Clay is no stranger to the music industry. The Magnolia, TX, born-and-raised singer/songwriter has been active as a solo artist since the release of his debut EP, 2006’s Whole New Me. From there Clay was able to sign a development deal with Atlantic Records and released his second project, Back to Good, in 2007. […]

What We Talk About When We Talk About Covers (by Raymond Carver)

Last week, Ron Weasley Ed Sheeran delivered an impromptu cover of “CoCo” by O.T. Genasis on BBC Radio 1Xtra. I watched the video and immediately sent it to my editor, Yunus Church. Here was our conversation: Neal: I think I need to write about how awful this is. God. Gosh. Darn. Fuck. This is really […]