VIDEO PREMIERE: Cashavelly Morrison Offers Dark Comment on American Privilege With “Hunger”

Cashavelly Morrison has experienced a lot since the release of her first highly-acclaimed alt-country album, The Kingdom Belongs to a Child, back in 2015. On a personal note, she gave birth to her daughter. On ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Jared & The Mill Tear It Up Via Two Guitar Solo Blazing Version Of”Feels Like” (Live at Crescent Ballroom)

Over the course of the past seven years, Phoenix’s Jared & The Mill has garnered a devoted following, earning them accolades as perhaps the best original band from The Valley of the Sun. The band consists ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Mungion Wins Ears With Bustling & Boisterous “Makanda” Off Upcoming New LP ‘Ferris Wheel’s Day Off”

Earlier this summer, Mungion debuted their first proper live release, with Live Fun Vol. 1, but all the while, they’ve been hard at work in the studio recording their second proper album. “We have spent the last ~15 ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Van Goat Throw Swing, Punk, Ska, and Rock and Roll Into the Pot on Raucous Debut ‘Follow Me Under’

Punk. Swing. Ragtime. Southern jazz. Surf. Van Goat is a band to which you could apply many labels, but none would quite prepare you for what you’re about to hear as you pop on your ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Herbert Bail Orchestra Go Full Troubadour With Country-Tinged Ballad “Cherokee”

Five years can be an eternity in the music business. Yet, for The Herbert Bail Orchestra’s Anthony Frattolillo, whose songs often confront the illusory nature of time, a rushed follow-up to his collective’s acclaimed 2013 ...

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SONG PREMIERE: New Mexican Explores Cultural Differences With Southwestern Folk Sound on “Letters”

Denver-based folk-rock songster Matt Hoffman, who performs under the name New Mexican, recently announced the release of his debut solo album Take It On Our Shoulders, out September 28th. The 11-track album sees New Mexican ...

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SONG PREMIERE: High Plains Drifters Rekindle Country Folk of Yesteryear On Sublime “Virginia”

Born with a desire for the finer things in life, a love of rock n’ roll, and a rich background in the entertainment industry, The High Plains Drifters are the new band that is effortlessly merging various ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Emily Scott Robinson Adds Youthful Voice to Old Soul Songwriting With “Borrowed Rooms and Old Wood Floors”

With her new album, Traveling Mercies, singer-songwriter Emily Scott Robinson offers a complex, thoughtful portrait of a true itinerant artist, one who carries the lessons of her past while searching for a hopeful future. She ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Stephen Chopek Showcases Catchy Songwriting and Left of the Dial Rocker Sound With “We Live Our Day”

Stephen Chopek is a busy guy. Since releasing his debut album, See Through, back in 2012, he has managed to follow with 3 EPs and a full length album, Things Moving On Their Own Together, ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Kashena Sampson Showcases Vocal Chops and 70s Nashville Country Vibe With “Wild Heart”

Up-and-coming talent Kashena Sampson has a 70s folk-rock aesthetic and sound going on, drawing on California country and the classic Laurel Canyon folk sound. She’s been compared to legends like Stevie Nicks, Linda Ronstadt and ...

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