Indie folk

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Indie folk is a music genre that arose in the 1990s among musicians from indie rock scenes influenced by folk music. Indie folk hybridizes the acoustic guitar melodies of traditional folk music with contemporary instrumentation. Early artists included Ani DiFranco and Dan Bern.[1] Later artists of note included The Decemberists, Fleet Foxes, The Cave Singers, Loch Lomond, Bon Iver, Or, The Whale, Great Lake Swimmers, and Blind Pilot.[1]

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  4. ^ Spiegel, Amy Rose (15 January 2016). "Daughter: Not to Disappear". Rolling Stone. 
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  6. ^ Dolan, Jon (3 September 2013). "The 10 Most Killer Cover Songs of the Past Decade". Rolling Stone. 
  7. ^ "Vandaveer on Mountain Stage". Mountain Stage. NPR. 9 August 2012. 
  8. ^ Monger, James Christopher. "Villagers". AllMusic. 
  9. ^ "Album Review: M. Ward – A Wasteland Companion". Prefixmag. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  10. ^ Beck, Tom (11 August 2015). "16 Reasons Philadelphia Is the Best Music City in the Country". Philadelphia Magazine. 
  11. ^ Vorel, Jim (3 July 2014). "20 Great Folk Albums to Add to Your Indie-Rock Collection". Paste Magazine. 
  12. ^ Kreps, Daniel; Weingarten, Christopher; Doyle, Patrick (15 June 2015). "50 Best Things We Saw at Bonnaroo 2015". Rolling Stone. 
  13. ^ Hyden, Steven (8 March 2011). "Wye Oak: Civilian". A.V. Club.