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Entries in Indie Folk (8)


Gravity Caves In by City Reek

Gravity Caves In by City Reek


Whatcha Got by Chris Hurn

Whatcha Got is the highly infectious first single from the debut folk/pop album Too Busy Dreamin’ by 22 year old New Zealander Chris Hurn who has been drawing comparisons from reviewers to such songwriting legends as Nick Drake, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan.


Whatcha Got


That Summer Breeze by Mighty Fearsome

Great song for a sunny day. 

That Summer Breeze


I Know by Good King Friday

What happens when classical musicians decide to make smart, beautiful pop music.  This one has a unbearably catchy chorus with a New Orleans Jazz arrangement.

I Know by Good King Friday


Sister by Emily Poe Project

Sister by Emily Poe Project

Noblesville, IN






Sister by Emily Poe Project


Moses of Indiana (Promised Land) by Max Carmichael

Fires, floods, volcanoes, vision quests in the wilderness. Ya know, the typical musician stuff. Throw in science, technology and a stunning array of musical skills, and you’ve got a standard issue day for ambient electronic folk rocker Max Carmichael, whose first commercial release was praised by the Village Voice, resulting in a headline gig at New York’s Knitting Factory. With a style placing him in such varied and storied company as Paul Simon, Calexico, Moby, and U2, it’s no surprise that Carmichael’s work is continually surprising, yet comfortably familiar. It’s a truly unique blend of the Bohemian, the idealist, the nerd, and the adventurer. It’s the sound of a complex sophisticated nature boy with just enough dogma to keep him tense and just enough liberation to keep him potent.

Moses of Indiana (Promised Land) by Max Carmichael


Goodnight Company by Jane Lui

Goodnight Company, Jane’s third album set for digital release October 5, 2010 and on CD, January, 2011 builds on her previous successes with debut Teargirl and 2008 San Diego Awards Best Recording Nominated follow-up, Barkentine.

Goodnight Company by Jane Lui


The Dream is Alive by Billy Schafer

Billy Schafer soars into the chorus of “The Dream is Alive” filled with infectious passion and conviction. This song and the others from his debut CD, First to Believe, introduce Billy as a singer-songwriter with an intuitive and confident grasp of song-craft. Fueled by accessible melodies and emotive lyrics of romantic depth, wit, and uplifting inspiration, these recordings showcase a versatile vocal delivery of powerful but pure tones.

The Dream is Alive by Billy Schafer