GospelbeacH Shares Sunny Power Pop Tune “Hangin’ On” and Talks New LP (INTERVIEW/SONG PREMIERE)

In 2015 we saw the debut album from GospelbeacH, a group whose collective credits include Beachwood Sparks, Further, The Tyde, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals and Everest. That album, Pacific Surf Line, captured ...

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Justin Townes Earle Talks New LP ‘Kids in the Street,’ People Watching & Songwriting (INTERVIEW)

On his seventh full-length album Kids in the Street, Justin Townes Earle takes on topics of both societal and personal importance with strong lyrics and a folk sound reminiscent of the era before the genre ...

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Abram Shook Talks Love Songs, Dream Pop, and Shares Catchy New Tune “Device” (INTERVIEW/SONG PREMIERE)

Getting out of a long relationship can be a blessing and a curse for a musician. The experience can lead to a burst of creativity, but the songs that result often aren’t too happy. For ...

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Matt Urmy Celebrates Nostalgia & Late Cowboy Jack Clement On ‘Out of the Ashes’ (INTERVIEW)

On “I’m Gone,” Matt Urmy expresses a preference for hearts that are uncomplicated and delighted. Urmy may not be the strongest vocalist, something he’ll readily admit, but the best americana spoken word performance from a ...

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Dave Davies Talks Latest LP ‘Open Road’ & Newest Musical Chapter (INTERVIEW)

“Working with my son was a delight and he made me realize a lot about myself.” For Dave Davies, who wrote a revealing warts and all autobiography about himself in 1996, that is a surprising ...

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The Steel Woods Employ Truth in Fiction Sensibility on ‘Straw in the Wind’ (INTERVIEW)

In their self-produced first full-length album, Straw in the Wind, Southern rockers The Steel Woods employ dark Biblical and rural imagery to set the scene for battles between good and evil, in the most primal ...

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Low Cut Connie’s Adam Weiner Talks Rock and Roll Liberation and New LP, Shares New Track “Dirty Water” (INTERVIEW/PREMIERE)

When I first heard Low Cut Connie during South By Southwest in 2015 it was a liberating experience. I had been listening to the Philly band for a year or two before, but it was ...

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Sarah Shook and the Disarmers’ Give New LP ‘Sidelong’ Plenty of Pull & Punch (INTERVIEW)

Sarah Shook and the Disarmers’ debut album Sidelong  (released 4/28/17 on Bloodshot) is turbulent and energetic perfect for the country music fan who wishes the recent outlaw renaissance featured some figures a little less soft ...

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Griffin Goldsmith of Dawes Talks Playing Jazz Fest & Keeping Rhythms for Jackson Browne (INTERVIEW)

It appears that right now is a pretty good time to be a band called Dawes. With the release of their 2016 album, We’re All Gonna Die, solidifying their presence on the music scene as ...

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Brett Berns And Bob Sarles Discuss Bringing A Little-Known Legacy To Light In ‘Bang! The Bert Berns Story’

A new documentary takes a look at the most talented musician you never knew you knew. We discuss the film and the Bert Berns legacy with the film's co-directors.

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