Sibylle Baier: Colour Green

Sometimes it takes 35 years and a few detours to finally get to where you were going. Recorded in 1970, the songs that make up Colour Green, Sibylle Baier’s intimate underground folk album, have been released for the first time on the Orange Twin label. As experimental folk they find relevance with today’s audience, a new generation seeking to unearth these artist’s inspirations, discovering a …

Be Here to Love Me

Like many obsessions, Margaret Brown's fascination with Townes Van Zandt began with one song. After a friend played her the folk singer's "Waiting Round to Die," she bought all the records she could get her hands on. The resulting documentary, Be Here to Love Me is the kind of work that can only come from an artist's devotion, much in the way that Townes "lived …