NPR | Aug. 25, 2016
Luz Elena Mendoza's voice and bicultural storytelling help give this music an otherworldly feel.
The English duo took to a Virginia studio to mine the complexities of a dissolving relationship.
Ezra Furman's music deals with depression and a culture that wants to constrain his sexuality and genderfluidity. His set at Pickathon was perfect for a sunny summer festival atmosphere.
Price just released her album Midwest Farmer’s Daughter this Spring on Jack White’s Third Man Records and has been hailed as a “future country heroine.”
Tennyson, a brother-sister family band from Alberta, brought their electro-jazz-funk sounds to this year's Pickathon.
Guitarist Dan Boeckner's smile during Wolf Parade's two Pickathon sets said everything there is to say about music's power to elicit joy. It was a smile electrified by the sight of a crowd whose lives had clearly been touched by the songs he had written.