“In the Garden of November” is a reflection on the passage of time. A moment to look back at what’s been and then looking ahead for what’s to come. The feel of the fall season is very conducive for this. […]
In 1996, photographer Wyatt McSpadden traveled to North Mississippi looking to photograph local musicians. Brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson, feet firmly planted in the North Mississippi mud and music scene, introduced Wyatt to the musical families of Otha Turner, R.L. […]
Kacy & Clayton return with Carrying On, produced by Jeff Tweedy and recorded by Tom Schick at Wilco’s recording studio, The Loft. Carrying On follows the international acclaim for Kacy & Clayton’s previous records, Strange Country and 2017’s The Siren’s […]
“Ridin’ High” is a song about the highs and lulls of being on tour. Sasha and co. portray a working band on the road by capturing all the things that happen on tour: eating, sleeping, screwing around, singing along to the […]
Andrew Combs’ new album, Ideal Man, was captured live with compact, muscular arrangements fueled by taut, elastic grooves. While Combs may be best known as a singer/songwriter in the classic 1970s Laurel Canyon sense of the term, he proves the true […]
On his new Yep Roc album, Fires for the Cold, Jonah Tolchin lays bare the conflicts that have engulfed him over the course of the last few years. The ending of a marriage and an upheaval in his mindset left […]
The Lonesome Billies’ second full-length album, Right On Time, is a bit of ’70s outlaw, a whiff of ’70s country funk, and a heaping of horse musk. Four childhood friends going on 30 years of Little League, skateboarding, and making […]
“How a Free Man Feels” hooks you instantly with the fretboard magic, soulful singing, and lyrical prowess of Terry Robb, hailed as “one of our finest acoustic guitarists today” (Living Blues) and “a true blues legend at the top of […]
This nomadic album, recorded in a natural setting, is as close as you can get to the “soul” of Tinariwen, a group of musicians that in every sense exist far beyond their 17-year tenure and extensive discography of critically acclaimed […]
We’ve all got a drawer full of T-shirts and shelves full of CDs or vinyl we’ve bought at shows through the years. But sometimes an artist will put something on the merch table that’s truly unique — cookbooks, candles, lighters, […]
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