Soulful, Cosmic, and Lovely, Valerie June’s ‘Astral Plane’ strikes the heart as otherworldly. Blending folk, soul, blues, and Appalachian traditional elements into a refreshingly timeless sound that sits outside any particular musical era, @TheValerieJune stands in a long and storied line of unique performers in Memphis, a city withRead 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 →

@Johncraigie weaves heartfelt tunes with tales only a troubadour could spin. He plays this Saturday 4.28.18 at @RockwoodNYC Stage 2. Check out his #musicnews360 interview at the link below. We chatted about fractals, astrology, the apocalypse, and hanging out with @jackjohnson. Read the Music News 360° Interview with John CraigieRead More →

Music News 360° – April 2018 PlaylistMen I Trust – Show Me HowPressed And – Pat PatYaeji – raingurlEntek – RobberyDaphni – Cos-Ber-Zam Ne NoyaBlaze Foley – If I Could FlyIt is rain in my face. – Restless DieselJohn Craigie – Presidential Silver Lining (Live)Lonesome Shack – WrecksThompson Springs –Read More →

Singer-songwriter’s first new material since 2015 arrives on streaming platforms today Indie-Folk artist Daniel Pearson returns with Pieces Of A Puzzle, his first new release since 2015’s Alone, Together album. The new single combines Springsteen-esque melodies with reverb-laden keyboards and dustbowl guitars in three minutes of emotive country-folk. “I guessRead More →

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 daysRead More →

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 collectionRead More →

Review form Pitchfork.If you still think of the Cave Singers as a side project, a spinoff, a lark dreamed up by a few ex-punks with big back porches, I say go with it; two albums in, you’ve almost got to wonder if that’s not how the Cave Singers still seeRead More →

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.Read More →

Review from www.popmatters.com . Guster is a band in a great place. They’re popular, but not overly so. They have legions of fans, but can still walk out on the street and pass off as regular people. They don’t get Grammys, but get acclaim enough. They’re a cult band withRead More →