We're very excited to announce the release of KITHFOLK Issue 2, Summer 2014! This new issue of our digital quarterly roots music magazine is chock-full of fresh content, from interviews with major artists to exclusive audio tracks, original graphic design, features and reviews on the hottest roots music out now, and music that hasn't even made it over the ocean yet. Thanks to the many contributors who helped out as well, we're pleased to feature some of the best roots music writers in addition to our talented staff of writers.
This is a full-size magazine with over 20 articles, all created to showcase the best roots music around the globe. KITHFOLK is available online and also for iPhones and iPads (and tablets) via the Creatavist App (download the app and search for "KITHFOLK).
KITHFOLK Issue 2 Table of Contents:
Scott H. Biram
Flaco Jimenez & Max Baca
NW Roots: Timberbound
Inside Llewyn Davis
A Quieter Riot
Jessee Havey of The Duhks
Hurray for the Riff Raff
Travelogue: Cajun Music in China
Roots Music Duets
I Am the Center
The Okee Dokee Brothers
Galician Music 101
Pass It On: The Mizell Brothers
New Roots Voices
Short Album Reviews
KITHFOLK Issue 2 Highlights:
-Exclusive interview with roots blues bad boy Scott H. Biram
-Exclusive pictures from the set of Inside Llewyn Davis
-Pictures and stories from the first tour of China by Louisiana Cajun artists
-No-holds-barred interviews with emo icon turned folk hero Chris Carraba of Twin Forks and Irish punk folk band Lynched
-Thoughts on the misfit outsider Americana culture of Hurray for the Riff Raff
-Exclusive stories of New Mexican accordion music and the birth of chicken scratch (Flaco Jimenez & Max Baca)
-Thoughts on hip-hop traditions from noted scribe/DJ Larry Mizell, Jr (Pass It On)
-The secrets behind a great duet from Mandolin Orange and Pharis & Jason Romero
-The mysterious disappearance of guitar alchemist Wilburn Burchette (I Am The Center)
-Haitian music meets the poetry of Langston Hughes (Leyla McCalla)
-Exclusive interview on the return of The Duhks' frontwoman Jessee Havey
-Almost 20 reviews of new albums!
and obviously lots lots more!