The beautiful indie folk of Dana Falconberry

Austin-based singer songwriter Dana Falconberry will be headlining Amnesia this Sunday. The southwest artist has a poppy indie-meets-folk acoustic sound that is transcendent and uplifting. Falconberry's voice is a thing of wonders--high pitched, yet still smooth and pleasing to the ear--and her music features inspiriting sing along choruses. On Falconberry's newest release, Public Hi-Fi Sessions 02, her sound feels more progressive; "Palmless" has a stimulating melody and even features a bit more electric components than Falconberry's music did previously. There's an inexplicable beauty to this music. https://soundcloud.com/public-hi-fi-records/dana-falconberry-palmless Dana Falconberry will be playing in SF with some great locals, so be sure [...]

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New labelmates Dana Falconberry and Emily Jane White playing the Hemlock this week, 8/21/12

New Antenna Farm artist Dana Falconberry is playing with Antenna Farm mainstay Emily Jane White at the Hemlock on Tuesday, 8/21/12. Dana Falconberry put out an EP called Though I Didn't Call It Came on Davis's Crossbill Records last year, and the follow up, Leelanau, comes out on Antenna Farm in October. Nylon Magazine premiered the first single off of Leelanau, "Lake Charlevoix", last month. It's a pretty, laid-back folk number. While it's a bit more whimsical than Emily Jane White, the two should make a great bill together. Check out/download "Lake Charlevoix" right here: Additionally, for your visual enjoyment, [...]

Live This Month: August 2012 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #284)

Live This Month: August 2012 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #284) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. August means the return of the Outside Lands Festival, the latest installment of which deftly balances the expected big name headliners with a healthy serving of compelling indie artists. There are certainly plenty of good options to keep attendees satisfied all weekend long, but if you're considering a single day ticket, we'd recommend skipping work on Friday, as opening [...]

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