Swedish avant-folk artist Daniel Norgen accompanies soulful vocals with jubilant strumming on the yet to be released, ‘So Glad’. You can catch him along with This Is The Kit July 26th at The Bowery Ballroom, or on one of his other U.S. Tour Dates below. TOUR DATES • Tickets at superpumarecords.com/danielnorgren/tour 7/26/18 – BoweryRead More →

.@TedoStone was born to play rock and roll. Growing up in a family with a musical father and where brothers handed down bass guitars to younger siblings like old sweatshirts, Stone was fronting a band and playing in motorcycle bars around his hometown of Covington, Georgia, when he was 12Read More →

  .@ClareMeans is known in the LA music scene for her smoky voice, memorable melodies and thought provoking lyrics. She’s about to release her fourth studio album, Sidewalk Astronomy, a cohesive patchwork of musings on life in Los Angeles, love, forgiveness, and the recent loss of her estranged father.  AsRead More →

Jacob Needham & The Blue Trees: “Southern Americana Groove Rock” by Eileen Shapiro Nashville based Alabama raised band, “Jacob Needham & The Blue Trees” have recently released a sexy, bluesy, rock n’ roll single via Spectra Music Group, entitled “Alabama Baby”, which is accompanied by a salaciously fun-loving video. “AlabamaRead More →

Soon This Will All Be Gone by catl Review from www.exclaim.ca . The album’s recording was split between the band’s hometown and Detroit, and it features a number of guest musicians to fill out the trio’s sound, including Texas bluesman Harmonica Shah, Danny Kroha (the Gories, Demolition Doll Rods) andRead More →

The Closest Thing To Home by Ira Wolf Review from www.countryhodgepodge.com . If you were to ask any artist, from those riding on an expensive tour bus to those living out their van, touring isn’t fun. Ira Wolf falls into the latter of those categories. On her newest album, sheRead More →

The Dustbowl Revival by The Dustbowl Revival Review from www.popdose.com . This 6th release from Los Angeles’ The Dustbowl Revival finds this band evolving in new directions; shaping and refining their music.  Self-titled, the band that’s gained a reputation for a good-time vibe has expanded its sound to include aRead More →

Paranoid Cocoon by Cotton Jones Review from www.pastemagazine.com . Cotton Jones is the new-ish project of Michael Nau, who spun out several twee-pop statements as the brains behind Page France until the group called it quits last year. The Cumberland, Md. bandleader had quietly released a trio of EPs andRead More →