A traveler, a dreamer, a banjo player, Kendl sprouts alfalfa beans in mason jars in the back of her tour van and counts the days until she returns home to her house boat to write songs on her banjo through the rainy afternoons.
MiWi La Lupa
MiWi’s voice is frank, his phrasing crisp, his lyrics easy to grasp yet full of twists. The songs document a season in a life, offering empathy to the listener while asking for the same in return.
The Lowest Pair
The Lowest Pair is a quirky, old-time roots influenced duet, featuring the high lonesome harmonies of banjo pickin' songsters Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee.
The Biryani Boys
The Biryani boys are Mustafa on sitar and David on tabla, longtime friends and musical collaborators who share a mission to preserve and celebrate the Indian classical music tradition.
The intimate and sparse beauty of Trummors boils down to the vocal weavings of David Lerner and Anne Cunningham.
Andrea's songs can invoke a sense of wonder as she meditates on topics like a falcon capturing a fish or uses a honey bee to examine the nature of relationships.
Dan's songs combine stinging wit and linguistic charm to paint portraits of love lorn and booze filled characters who stumble through life in an empathetic and bluesy fashion.
Described by WFMU as "a songwriter's songwriter", Cale's Tin Roof Session captures his intimate delivery and haunting melodies.