Paisley Field: “Glitter and Sawdust” by Eileen Shapiro On April 27th, the new release from Paisley Field will be officially unleashed to the entire world. The country sensation and front man James Wilson will be celebrating its release with the band and a host of many at C’Mon Everybody, and
John Errol just premiered his second single, “Dead Man Walking” last week (FADER, Nylon, Hype Machine). DEAD MAN WALKING John wrote, produced, mixed & mastered “Dead Man Walking” himself, as well as all of the songs from his unreleased EP. In terms of instruments, John is credited for vocals, guitar,
Review from MyKindCountry.Even if the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band had never made another album after this one, they would have still deserved a place in country music history. This groundbreaking album teamed up the young folk-rockers with country hearts with a selection of veterans including some from the early days
Review form Pitchfork.Blitzen Trapper’s breakthrough album, Wild Mountain Nation (which they self-released last year), caught fire thanks, in part, to its eclecticism and try-anything-once spirit. The Portland, Oregon-based sextet poured twangy Deadhead jams, loose, do-it-yourself Pavement sprawl, muscular Lynyrd Skynyrd riffs, anachronistic synthesizer bursts, and scruffy Band melodies into a rangy collection
Review from NoCountryforNewNashville.It was Liz Cooper & The Stampede’s turn to put it down. This version of their lineup was a three piece, and I was immediately struck by how full and tight their sound was; chilled out psychedelic work, with tasty elements of jam mixed in for good measure.
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 a
The Sheepdogs – Audiotree Live by The Sheepdogs The Sheepdogs are a rootsy, Americana influenced band from the open plains of Saskatchewan. They’ve been writing playing and touring across the US and Canada since their formation in 2006. In 2011 they became the first unsigned band to be on the