Washington State Magazine

Tag: Folk rock

4 review(s) found with this tag.

Montaña Y Caballo
Winter 2011
 For fans of earthy, Northwest indie-folk in the vein of Seattle’s Band of Horses and Fleet Foxes, Pullman’s own Yarn Owl delivers a lush and satisfying debut. Montaña Y Caballo, the band’s first full-length album, was recorded i...
Categories: Music
Tags: Independent music, Folk rock

Hard Water
Summer 2011
Insistently local, yet tapping into a national legacy of country and blues rock, Massy Ferguson’s second album Hard Water travels the back roads of Washington and treacherous paths of relationships with guitar, drum, and organ-driven songs. Da...
Categories: Music
Tags: Folk rock, Country rock, Blues rock

Friends of the Old Mill
Spring 2011
This new roots-rock album has compelling lyrics, musical variety, and an overall upbeat feel. Cody Beebe and the Crooks (most of whom are WSU alumni) offer up twelve tracks with titles such as “Nine to Chain,” “Change of Pace,” and “H...
Categories: Music
Tags: Folk rock, Country music, Blues rock

Vol. XIII: "White Bed"
Winter 2010
Mining Neil Young’s “Harvest,” Eels’ “Electroshock Blues,” and a wealth of indie rockers, Super XX Man creates an alloy of fine instrumentation and catchy pop melodies to memorialize lead singer Scott Garred’s father on “White Bed...
Categories: Music
Tags: Independent music, Rock music, Folk rock