Behold some of my favorite singer-songwriters, from the legendary Shakey Graves to lesser known artists off the beaten track: Portland’s own folk darling Haley Heynderickx, Mal Blum, and Josiah Leming. These artists personify what The Dreamers Guild is all about: authentic emotional expression, passion, truth, and artistry. Episode 23; Original Air Date: 11-5-15
This week we go full throttle estrogen, featuring music by all female artists and female-fronted bands! Everything from acoustic folk and singer-songwriter fare to growly punk and alternative and some truly indefinable chic genius. Update: Link should now be functional! Episode 22; Original Air Date: 11-29-15
This week we’re joined by a special guest from Petaluma, California.. a wonderful folk-ie/pop-ie musician named Michael McCall — with a progressive style you will have to hear for yourself to truly understand. Exploring life’s experiences and writing tunes about them is what Michael does, and his art is what he expresses. Check him out […]
This week’s installment is loosely inspired by the emotional palette of childhood, family, society, and freedom. Episode 18, Original Air Date: 8-19-15
Sarah Vitort performed a beautiful live set of her acoustic music, accompanied by Colin Johnson on the guitar. Somewhere between Americana, folk, country, pop and singer/songwriter styles with touch of the indescribable her music affects the emotional center of all who listen, in a great way. Insightful interview follows the musical performance. Sarah gets into […]
Sufjan Stevens will be headlining the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on 6/08! Sufjan Stevens is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, whose sounds range from lo-fi folk to lush and whimsical instrumentation and even electronic. He has devoted entire albums to the signs of the Chinese zodiac, endeavored to write an album for each of the fifty states, […]
Songs by Sufjan Stevens and others. This show is part Sufjan and part influencers/influencees. The artist plays the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on June 8th. Read more here. Photo: Sufjan Stevens (Obviously). Note: An alternate, refined version of this podcast is available to stream at Mixcloud.