"Emotions and Math" is not simply the name of Margaret Glaspy's new debut album.
Nap Eyes makes crooked, literate guitar pop refracted through the gray Nova Scotian rain.
Madame Gandhi is a rapper, drummer, electronic music artist, and feminist activist. Her music elevates and celebrates the female voice.
The Tillers got their start in August 2007 when they started thumping around with some banjos and guitars and a big wooden bass.
Los Angeles based singer songwriter Phoebe Bridgers has been described as Elliott Smith meets Gillian Welch.
Ruth & the Stones is a five-woman country and folk music band based in Bloomington, Indiana.
The stunning, self-titled fourth album from the Kentucky singer, songwriter, and guitarist Joan Shelley began, surprisingly, with a fiddle.