SONG PREMIERE: The Mallett Brothers Go ZZ Top On Blue Rocker ‘Good As It Gets’ Off New LP ‘Vive L’Acadie’ Out June 15

Buried deep underneath blankets of wooly southern rock, gritty songwriting and soaring odes to lost love, The Mallett Brothers are entrenched in the dense forests, majestic mountains and icy beaches of their Maine homeland. Their rock ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs Get On Board The “12 Mule Train” With Bluesy Psychedelic Fiesta

London-born musician Holly Golightly got her professional start as a member of Kent, England’s Thee Headcoatees, a garage rock combo formed as an opening act for Billy Childish and his band, Thee Headcoats. After the ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Bumpus Go For Groove-Laden Funky Soul Sound With “Keep Standing Up”

Passion motivates. It drives people to persevere. And passion makes great music. Case in point: the upcoming EP, Way Down Deep from Chicago funk, soul, and R&B group Bumpus. The new EP will drop on April ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Jackson Emmer Conjures Bygone Country Songwriter Sound With “Don’t Leave Me Blue”

There’s a playfulness to the best old country songwriting, a kind of delight in turning a phrase, in surprising a listener. It’s a trick that Colorado Americana songwriter Jackson Emmer learned early on playing noisy ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Ashland, OR Favorites Slow Corpse Radiate Contagious Soundscapes Via “People”

On Fables, the forthcoming release from Ashland, Oregon favorites Slow Corpse, languid soul and gauzy dream pop float effortlessly over a bed of nuanced post-rock melodic complexity. Taut, arrestingly propulsive R&B-tinged melodic hooks ebb and ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Tomorrows Bad Seeds Ignite Reggae, Pop and Hip-hop Sound With “Trinity”

Part of the “new school” of reggae, Los Angeles band Tomorrows Bad Seeds have been crafting a chilled out sound since forming in 2001. Their Southern California influences play a distinct role in their sound ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Ben Caplan Announces New Klezmer Folk Rock LP ‘Old Stock,’ Shares New Track “Widow Bride’

How do you leave behind the horrors of war and find love in a strange land? How have generations upon generations rebuilt their lives in unwelcoming new homes? And where is the wiggle room to ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: David Rosales Stays Hopeful With Mellow Folk Lullaby “Sunshine”

Huntington Beach-based singer-songwriter David Rosales is a Los Angeles-native raised in a mixed family of seven brothers and sisters. At eleven years old he was given his first guitar by his grandfather; an acoustic nylon ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Paul Thorn Goes Gospel With Jazzy, Spirited Take on Mississippi Fred McDowell’s “You Got To Move”

The son of a preacher man, Mississippi-raised Paul Thorn spent much of his childhood in church, participating in multiple weekly services with his father as well as at neighboring African American congregations, where he became ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Nightowls Dish Out Sultry R&B With “Don’t It Feel Weird (Falling In Love)”

Hailing from Austin, Texas, The Nightowls have garnered a loyal following of fans eager to dance to their unique style of modern soul and R&B. While the band started as a local act, they have ...

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