Like some sort of rock n' roll Columbus, Raymond E. Lee went looking for Indie but found Americana. Broke, single, and unknown his life resembles more with each passing day a country-western song. Please direct hate mail and death threats, child support requests to waxnfax at gmail, facebook, twitter, linked in, etc.
Music is a loser’s game. But don’t despair, with the right luck, the right look, a trust fund and the unhinged belief your message needs to be heard by the masses you too can comfortably navigate the music industry as […]
Over the past 15 years Woodlands native Hayes Carll has gone from obscure barroom singer to one of the best recognized names in the Texas music scene. Spanning four albums, Carll’s humorous brand of tongue in cheek songwriting has garnered […]
Savannah, Georgia is a town resplendent with charm. The pre-war parks and dripping Spanish moss make it the perfect setting for the strolling pedestrian. And perhaps this is why Savannah Stopover, the annual festival pit-stop anteceding the music industry’s Roman […]
Wilmington, North Carolina singer/songwriter Andy Bilinski has been busy since the release of his first EP ‘Snow’s Cut Park’ last year. Hot off a European circuit the musician directly returned to the studio. And its little wonder, one listen to […]
The music industry moves quickly these days if only by virtue of the sheer amount of records being made. While the big companies have certainly drawn back operations, smaller labels have been more than happy to fill the space and […]
The music industry moves so quickly these days many deserving musicians slip through the cracks. The sea of noise frothing over in places like Brooklyn, Nashville, or Austin leaves little room for those solo singer/songwriters and working groups trying to […]
Over the past 15 years Philadelphia’s psychedelic powerhouse Dr. Dog have been pushing the envelope against the grain, to borrow a phrase. While similar acts seem to burn out or revert to mainstream sentiments, today’s release of Dr. Dog’s 9 studio […]
With nine albums already under his belt, Winnipeg, Mb songwriter Scott Nolan has long been simmering just below the surface of popular consciousness. However, one does not reach veteran status without making some friends along the way, and his associations […]
Denver three-piece The Yawpers aren’t yet very well known, but with the Halloween debut of their first Bloodshot Records release, American Man, all that is very likely to change. First albums are exciting ventures, they often act as manifesto in addition to […]
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