No Depression has been serving the Americana, alt-country and roots music community since 1995.
If you were in Vancouver at all in the summer of 2012, it was pretty hard to avoid Young & Lazy. The song was a breakout hit for local favourites The Matinee and seemed like the official anthem of a summer that saw the band featured prominently in the celebrations of Vancouver’s Stanley Park’s 125th birthday towards the end. The band’s been touring relentlessly which meant almost a six month break between Vancouver…Continue
Posted by Skot Nelson on March 4, 2014 at 10:30pm
In a sense, Richard Shindell is a painter of words, emotions and worldly situations.
He's a poet, a philosopher, a teacher, a spiritual being.
Shindell is a weaver of poetry and melody, the fabric of which is much brighter and stronger than the individual threads.
Any label for the New Jersey born, Long Island, NY raised singer-songwriter could…
Posted by JoelB on March 4, 2014 at 4:30pm
Bursting forth with a sound salvaged from the cutting room floor of a long lost session of the million dollar quartet at Sun Studios, ‘Parish Lines’ from Rod Melancon isn’t retro; it’s the real deal. Hailing from South Louisiana, as documented on the fiery honky-tonk track bearing that name, Melancon delivers vocal skills full of authenticity and back country pride. The ten strong songs cover the gamut of roots rock, country and hillbilly soul, and tell us tales of a small town…Continue
Posted by Rick J Bowen on March 4, 2014 at 4:00pm
It has taken me a long time to pay tribute to Jason in a way I feel appropriate. Of course, the tribute album Farewell Transmission: The Music of Jason Molina is coming out on April 22, 2014 via Rock The Cause, and the album is a great homage to Jason and his music. However, I still feel compelled to…Continue
English Oceans (ATO)
The band's 12th release, is a balanced and deeply engaged new effort that finds the group refreshed and firing on all cylinders. 'It can go from this chainsaw rock 'n' roll to this very delicate, pretty-sounding stuff,' says Mike Cooley. Cooley fans will be happy that he brought six new songs…Continue
Posted by Bill Frater on March 4, 2014 at 11:30am
The International Americana Music Show #1404, features music by several foreign artists who performed at the Folk Alliance International in MO last month, new music by Claudia Scott from Norway and The Jigantics from England, and a cover of Diamonds, by Rhianna, by Australian Wes Carr (Buffalo Tales). Here's the direct link to listen now!…
Posted by Michael Park on March 4, 2014 at 10:00am