SONG PREMIERE: Lowpines Awe With Winter Hymn Beauty “Broken Wing”

Lowpines is the recording name of British songwriter and producer Oli Deakin. Initially starting out as a series of lo-fi phone recordings, overdubbed with multiple layers of reverb-soaked instruments, Lowpines recordings quickly developed into several Eps, ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Tommy Emmanuel Joins Forces With Mark Knopfler on Humble Acoustic Tune “You Don’t Want To Get You One of Those”

Tommy Emmanuel has achieved enough musical milestones to satisfy several lifetimes. Or at least they would if he was the kind of artist who was ever satisfied. At the age of six, he was touring ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Lanford Black Tap Into Soulful, Catchy Jam With “In the Beginning”

Named for a great-grandfather they never met, Lanford Black draws on the heart of old soul and funk while updating it with a raw grit that’s all their own. Formed by Zach Shaw (lead vocals, ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Sound of Ghosts Soar With Foot-Stomping Americana Tune “Perfect Pair”

Los Angeles Americana roots quintet The Sound of Ghosts have been making waves, offering up a musical experience unlike any other with their unique arrangements and vast variety of influences. The young collective has a ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Johnny Chops & The Razors Tap Into Laid Back Bluesy Soul With “Taking A Chance On Me”

Born into a musical family in Lubbock, Texas, Johnny “Chops” Richardson lives and breathes music, in particular, the craft of writing songs, which he’s successfully been doing for the past two decades. Influenced by Tom ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Bummerville Embrace Melodic Garage Punk Sound With “Time That It Takes”

Daniel Brady Lynch is the creative mind behind Chicago-based rock and roll outfit Bummerville, and on January 26th they will drop an album of select songs via Graveface Records. The band’s debut self-titled album, as ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Unlikely Friends Meld Existential Power Pop and Garage Rock “Broken Again”

Unlikely Friends (UF) aim to be the best hardly known, under-practiced pop band in the Northwest. D. Crane (of Seattle sloppy, loud, indie-pop band BOAT) and Charles Bert (of Seattle quiet indie-pop band Math & ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Pedigo’s Magic Pilsner Pours Political Defiance On “No Better Than You”

Don’t let the sadness and down-on-their-luck characters on Pedigo’s Magic Pilsner fool you. The new release from Dallas singer/songwriter John Pedigo, one half of folk-rock duo The O’s, also radiates plenty of hope, joy and exuberant defiance ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Adam Masterson Returns With Ace Session Players On “Runaway” Off Long-Awaited New LP

Adam Masterson’s 2003 debut album One Tale Too Many received much critical praise and was hailed for its Van Morrison song abilities. Signed by Nick Stewart (the man who signed U2) and produced by Mick ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Supergroup The Big Ol Nasty Getdown Embark on Funk Odyssey With “Past, Present, Future”

What happens when some of the industry’s most beloved musicians team up with a hefty ingredient list of funk, soul, gospel, blues and rock? The answer is the aptly named project The Big Ol’ Nasty ...

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