The all-woman trio Fémina brings rap folk fusion and social consciousness from rural Argentina to Bloomington for the Lotus Festival.
The first US tour of UK folk duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker includes a date at the Lotus Festival. In anticipation, they discuss music and ice cream.
From festival stages to private backyards, "old-time" musicians Anna & Elizabeth connect with a musical and visual storytelling tradition that's alive and well.
A musical revue joins an up-and-coming folk artist with his musical—and philosophical—forebear in a kinship that transcends space and time.
Singer-songwriter Kay Bull has "protested most everything in the twentieth century." But alienation from the mainstream has been key to her music-making.
The Fifth House Ensemble completed a year-long residency at Depauw University. Their final concert "Harvest" highlights what life is like in Putnam County.
Krista Detor talks about what comes first, words or melody, how she teaches songwriting and if she feels like all things in music have already been done.
Dream-pop with Asobi Seksu. The blues comes back to town with Charles Bradley. And, fresh-sounding old time music with the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
The Bloomington Quarry Morris Dancers are the only group of their kind in Indiana.