Post any kind of folk you want.
Give recs, get recs, post charts, and talk about folk albums (any kind of folk welcomed).
this chart is great if you're interested in getting into any of the styles/genres mentioned on it, or if you're into stuff like animal collective's folk stuff and joanna newsom and whatnot you'll probably love quite a few of the artists in the new weird america section
tbqh it's all great
freak folk is my fav genre i love it
meme (yes they're really called meme) - chitotetochi
someone on here recommended this album to me years ago and i only just recently listened to it, it's really nice
i dunno how popular it is but personally i've never heard of it outside of that one time so i guess not very
What is your favorite sub-genre of folk everybody
Mine is indie folk and lo-fi folk, i know people will not like me with that kind of opinion but still people do not need to like me and i just like it and i think it is the best but what do you all people think
Big BLood - Dark COuntry Magic is pretty sweet. It's free as well
>what are you into currently anon
My two favorite folk albums are Grateful Dead's American Beauty and Anco's Sung Tongs but I'm really open to anything.
Thanks, I have this but haven't listened yet.
like that other anon said, first utterance is a must
also based off those picks, you'd probably like mother twilight by faun fables
best big blood album is already gone tbphwy
pretty much all of them are amazing tho, my fav band
requesting progressive folk or freakfolk similar to anything pic related
i love you
let's get married
no but seriously based on that and ys you'd probably like larkin grimm, particularly 'the last tree' by her
>is this b8
>desertshore is not normal folk
yeah it is not that normal but to me you can still put it in that category
>and bonnie prince billy is indie starbuckscore shit
Does anyone have something like this, if you have not listened to it I highly recommend itbut pretty much what it is is a a combination of comedy with feels on a lo-fi indie folk punk folk anti folk album
Been a big fan of Anna Ternheim (swedish guitar folk) for a long time; does anyone have any recs based on that? I'd really appreciate it.
An example, and probably my favorite song by her: Off the Road
was going to put what i want from you is sweet but couldn't come up with 3 more that would fill up the row
i'll look into it
i think i tried big blood once before but I dont remember any of their albums
there's some good free folk on that chart i posted a bit up the thread
as for "Is there anything else quite like Exuma", the reason why nobody offered anything is because no, there isn't
Thanks, I've only listened to Six Organs of Admittance and Sun City Girls from there so I'll be sure to check the rest out. As for Exuma that kind of sucks, he's one of my favorites.
yeah i mean every once in a while you get a musician who's just so unique and inimitable that nothing else will ever sound like it and as far as i know exuma was one of those
the only thing i can think to offer you is geoffrey oryema, he's kinda similar in terms of the influence from traditional african music etc but it is a lot more subdued and kinda lacking the experimentation and eccentricity that made exuma what he was
depends which album you're listening to tbqh
This album is a must-have for any fans of folk music. Released in 1965, I Ain't Marching Anymore is a real masterwork of mid-century folk.
Pete Seeger's Live at Bowdoin College, 1960, is another must-have.
She is most definitely not metal but now to as in which genre i would put her in: Ethereal Wave, Gothic Rock, Darkwave, Dark Folk, Singer/songwriter
She can be put into the metal category but imo she is not metal tho she has a metal vibe to her music