The Alternate Root recommends Milly Raccoon’s new album, the “playful and unpredictable” Frankincense and Myrrh. The Nashville-based artist embodies, according to the site, a lot of different musical identities. “Country crooner and fiddler. Roots-lounge singer. World music gal. On her latest in Frankincense and Myrrh she’s all of the aforementioned, a file under roots and folk in the record store, but at first and every listen one should expect so much more from this musician, as there’s a bag of influential tricks that spill forth when her sounds hit your ear. It’s a light-hearted and diverse bunch that’s a flat-out fun listen.” Read more here.
The album’s at radio now and debuted at #15 last week on the NACC Folk chart.