This week, Folkadelphia presented a special Philly-centric session with Rosu Lup. The chamber folk group recorded a Kickstarter-funded EP called Currents earlier this year, complete with orchestral arrangements, at Miner Street Studio. A small orchestra joined Rosu Lup for this Folkadelphia session; stream and download the recording below.
Monday’s My Morning Download featured a new song from Jeremy Messersmith. The singer-songwriter was recently signed to Glassnote Records and will release his label debut in 2014. ”Tourniquet” is a new song from the Minneapolis native that you can stream and download below.
Cruiser released a new single called “Kidnap Me.” Posted just a couple of weeks, the track has already had over 75,000 plays on Soundcloud. Big stuff! If you missed the four piece’s set at Boot & Saddle on Friday, or loved it and need to hear more, get your own copy of “Kidnap Me” below.
This week we were introduced to Brethren, an indie folk band out of Lancaster, PA. With foundations of bluegrass and traditional folk sounds, the band expands its accessibility by incorporating vocal harmonies and catchy melodies. Check out “There’s No Use” below.
Balance & Composure stopped in for a Key Studio Session this week. The typically loud and boisterous project out of Doylestown showed a different side of themselves during the session, recording a few acoustic versions of tracks from their new The Things We Think We’re Missing LP. Check out “Tiny Raindrop” below and get the full set here.