Women’s March Today + New Year, New Music

2019 is already proving to be an exciting year for our artists, and we can’t wait to share the latest with you. Follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and Spotify for more!


Della Mae released a video last weekend to encourage participation in the women’s marches happening across the US today (find your local march HERE). We are proud of Della Mae for using their platform to shine light on important causes, and are honored to work beside them in their efforts.

Yesterday they released “Sixteen Tons” off  their forthcoming release The Butcher Shoppe EP, and announced their spring tour, including performances with Steve Martin & Martin Short in their show “Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t”!

Watch Video | Get Tickets | Pre-Order EP


Last week, Sarah Siskind completed initial tracking for her next album Modern Appalachia, and continues her devotion to songwriting. This week, Rolling Stone premiered Molly Tuttle’s new recording of “Take The Journey” which she co-wrote with Tuttle, and Billboard premiered “Rise Sun” written with Travis Book of The Infamous Stringdusters!  

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John Smith was recently named FATEA’s 2018 Male Artist of the Year! He is about to embark on a UK tour in support of his album Hummingbird, and just announced he’s bringing these new songs to the States! You can catch John this spring touring with Peter Mulvey in NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Nashville and more.

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Fortunate Ones rang in the new year with some exciting news from CBC Music: the title track from their album Hold Fast was named the #1 on the fan favourite countdown of 2018! And “Northern Star” came in 42 on the Top 100 Songs of 2018. We are so proud of all they accomplished in 2018: new album, touring with hero Alan Doyle, and an amazing release tour.

Listen to Fortunate Ones on Spotify


There is so much great music being made, and today we want to highlight a release from one our friends. Maya de Vitry releases her new album January 25. Adaptationsis Maya’s first full-length album following the disbanding of The Stray Birds.  This album was born in solitude but ultimately celebrates authentic human connection and the possibilities of vulnerability. 

Preorder the album + listen to the first song “What The Moon Said”

Let us know what YOU are listening to today!