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Hailing from the Finger Lakes of gorgeous upstate New York and now calling the legend that is Asbury Park, NJ home, multi-styled singer songwriter Joe Miller releases his first video from his new record slated for a 2016 release on […]
Today marks the release of Ian Fisher’s debut country record on Snowstar records simply titled, Nero. Simple is such a breath of fresh air. Fisher crafts simple, yet emotionally complex meanderings straight from a place as tender as a newborn’s […]
Keyan Keihani’s album “Dark Saints” is the songwriter’s second album since the record, Eastbound, was produced in 2013. Dark Saints is a powerful record that is driven by Keihani’s unique, no frills voice that is part-country, part folk, and most of all, sincere. […]
Alone at 3AM’s new album Show The Blood showcases the band’s trademark ability to create contagious, rock-induced melodies about small town life in the Midwest. Show the Blood picks up where its 2012 LP Midwest Mess left off. Guitarist and vocalist Max Fender delivers coarse and […]
Local boy (to my location of Alexandria Township, NJ) Jeremiah Tall, hailing from just across the Delaware River in Bucks County, PA, has melded his own brand of folk punk with country-grass hues and an old green suitcase with a […]
The 40-plus-year songwriting tandem of multi-instrumentalist David Hidalgo’s tune wielding and Louie Perez’s wonderous way with words, wood, and wire, have hit an indescribable stride. Toss in the writing of lone wolf and fellow axe grinder (mandolinist, too) Cesar Rosas; the true […]
Every now and again, I get a record from a band that sticks with me. Be it in innumerable listens, nuances gained with each press of “play,” or even the chance to work further with the band. With Atlanta’s Quaildogs, it’s been all […]
Finally, after five long years, JD Wilkes and the best Shack Shakers lineup of all, in my modest opinion, are back with Southern Surreal. This release not only celebrates two decades of Legendary Shack Shaking, it also marks their debut effort on Alternative […]
Michael Rank and Stag’s Horsehair is the songwriter’s fifth album in two and half years. Rank used to be the frontman for the popular punk band Snatches of Pink, which was slated for Nirvana-like status before plateauing and splitting up in […]
When listening to Great Peacock’s new LP, Making Ghosts one thing is for certain: you will sing along with the band. The album quickly draws listeners in with sweeping choruses and riveting harmonies. Co-founders Andrew Nelson and Blount Floyd use vocal harmony and catchy […]
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