Jojo Abot

A sonic fusion of experimental Afrobeat, neo-soul, jazz, electronica and more.


The ancient sounds of the Mongolian prairie meets the music of modern China.

Elida Almeida

Folk melodies seasoned with beats of the island of Santiago.

The Americans

Original rock & roll with deep roots in traditional American music.

Geoff Berner

Outspoken, political klezmer punk – come & feel the Bern!

The Bills

Globally-inspired roots music from the West Coast.

Birds of Chicago

Beautiful folk/gospel/soul music and words that tap into deep veins of emotion.

Hayes Carll

One of America’s most revered singer-songwriters.

Mike Edel

Songs that speak to a little bit in each of us.

Dominique Fricot

A song for every mood, at every stage of life – Dominique will meet you there.

Martin Harley

“Harley offers the listener a masterclass in taste, style and roots blues.” – Guitarist Magazine

I Draw Slow

Music from the Appalachian Mountains mixed with Irish traditions and Americana.

Hubby Jenkins

On a mission to share his love & knowledge of old-time American music.

Lakou Mizik

Spirit-stirring rhythms, call & response songs, dance grooves & 100% Haitian.

Land of Talk

Indie rock with staggering live sets and stand-out vocals from Elizabeth Powell.

Lisa LeBlanc

An Americana sound infused with the spirit of the Maritimes.

Little Scream

“Graceful folk, coiled pop, and expansive art rock” – Pitchfork

Lord Huron

“…dripping with a wealth of Americana, a collage of folk, rockabilly and rock… “

Mandolin Orange

A heady mix of bluegrass, folk, country and pop drawn from wells old & new.


Pentangle meets Kate Bush, meets early Pink Floyd.

Cian Nugent

A brilliant young guitarist without musical boundaries.

Lisa O’Neill

Lisa O’Neill has a remarkable voice; a Cavan twang, a growl, a song-call.

Oh Pep!

Sometimes foot-stomping, somewhat heart-breaking original folk from Oz.


“Tremendous, joyous, remarkable…the cream of their genre.” – Rolling Stone

Chris Pureka

“Folky sorrowful songs of loneliness and hurt, longing to reunite.” – John Pareles, NY Times

Karim Saada

Chaabi music that takes you to Bab el Oued to the heart of the Algiers night.

San Fermin

…glorious and operatic vocals, break beats, horns, strings, & other flourishes

Henry Wagons

“Like Dr. Seuss meets Conway Twitty.” – Justin Townes Earle

M Ward

A prodigious talent graces the shores of Jericho Beach.

The Young’uns

“Glorious harmonies, powerful songs, waspish wit & relentless banter”