Latest News

Latest News

The Delines’ new album: An accomplishment in storytelling following tragedy

The Imperial, the sophomore release of Portland, Oregon based band The Delines, is an album of dualities and tensions. Sonically, The Delines stride between the sensual sway of soul and heartfelt twang of country, while the album lyrically explores the intersection of beauty and pain. The Delines formed in 2012 and are comprised of Amy Boone, Jenny

Read More »
Latest News

Hear Susto’s Laid-Back New Songs ‘If I Was’ and ‘Está Bien’

Charleston, South Carolina-based rockers Susto have a name that loosely translates to “ongoing spiritual panic attack” in Spanish, but two new tracks premiering on Rolling Stone Country show founder and frontman Justin Osborne to be supremely chill — in a worldly, self-questioning sort of way. Both “If I Was” and “Está Bien” appear on the band’s third

Read More »
Latest News

Susto releases new music after signing with Rounder Records

It’s a Christmas miracle. Charleston Americana rock band Susto has released a brand-new song in time for the holidays. “Homeboy,” from the band’s upcoming 2019 album “Ever Since I Lost My Mind,” debuted Friday with a lyrical video. The song has a more groovy, vivacious rock vibe compared to past soft Americana, grungy blues and

Read More »
Latest News

Dori Freeman finds catharsis in old-timey Americana

For a good idea how steeped in the traditions of old-timey music Dori Freeman is, start with the relatively recent phenomenon known as YouTube, which is home to all sorts of videos featuring the Appalachian singer-songwriter performing Americana classics with her dad and granddad. The singer is just out of her teens in the clips,

Read More »
Latest News

Alejandro Escovedo's return to the border.

Alejandro Escovedo, the singer and songwriter, likes to have a proper Mexican breakfast before a long drive. “Let’s go here,” he said. He pulled into the back lot of a restaurant called El Pueblo, across from the Tornado bus terminal on East Jefferson Boulevard, in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas. El Pueblo, he said,

Read More »
Latest News

Molly Tuttle "White Freightliner Blues"

Molly Tuttle‘s take on the Townes Van Zandt classic “White Freightliner Blues” has quickly become a signature tune, not to mention a showcase for her astonishing flatpicking skills. Watching her switch effortlessly between rhythm comping and high-velocity single-note lead lines is like listening to at least two guitarists at once.

Read More »

Darlingside's music mesmerizing

By Robert Price New Jersey Herald Posted: Dec. 21, 2017 12:01 am BETHLEHEM, Pa. — By all appearances, one might think Darlingside is a bluegrass band. Donning denim and flannel, with three members sporting beards, this quartet gathers around one condenser microphone to sing and play the typical instruments of the bluegrass genre — guitar, mandolin, banjo,

Read More »

The Deep Dark Woods – Yarrow

With a progressing sound that welcomes its new direction, The Deep Dark Woods’ Yarrow is a forward-looking excursion brimming with new tones and continuing with their haunting and cinematic lyrical style.  “Fallen Leaves” swoons through an early sixties RnB ballad with a keys hook that sounds like a toy rainbow, chord changes that pillow the flowing delivery

Read More »

Michael Nau, “I Root (Trio Version)"

Singer, songwriter, and former Cotton Jones frontman Michael Nau released his last LP Some Twist back in June, but a few remaining songs lingered with him. So, last month, he surprised fans with an unannounced offering, a seven-track EP called The Load. Recorded between Burlington, Vt. and Nashville, the songs range from sparse tunes tracked to a Tascam

Read More »

I'd Rather Go Blind – Yola Carter & the Clubhouse All-Stars

Yola Carter joins the Clubhouse All-Stars for an impromtu late night jam at the Ramblin’ Roots Revue – 8th April 2017. Video by Chris Chaney Yola Carter – Vocals Jim Maving – Guitar/BVs Pete Gow – BVs/Tambourine Luke Tuchscherer – Drums Thomas Collison – Keys Tristan Tipping – Bass

Read More »
Scroll to Top
X