SONG PREMIERE: Susan Cattaneo Shares Rootsy Rambler “Ten Kinds of Trouble”

New England songstress Susan Cattaneo has had a wide ranging career – both as a solo artist and a member of beloved Massachusetts group the Boxcar Lilies – due to the special way she blends folk, ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Arrica Rose & the …’s Get Dreamy and Soulful On “Mostly Blue”

Arrica Rose & the …’s are a Los Angeles-based collective playing a unique brand of California folk-pop. Drawing inspiration from timeless records made long ago, Rose’s music hints at dream pop, Americana, and vintage rock ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Thompson Springs’ (Feat. Pat Sansone/Wilco) Goes Hazy Cinematic On “Maybe We Be Dreamin”

In 2016, Chicagoan Matt Smith formed Thompson Springs from a collection of backlogged songs about problems of the heart and near misses along the road. The songs are his personal version of reality and a vehicle ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Jillette Johnson’s “Flip A Coin” Reflects Dolly/Stevie With Artistic Authenticity

With her nuanced lyricism and shapeshifting vocals, Nashville-based singer/songwriter/pianist Jillette Johnson is the rare artist who needs little sonic accompaniment to make an indelible impact. Produced by Dave Cobb (the Grammy Award-winner known for his ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: PLAX Explode With Raw Outsider Punk LP ‘Clean Feeling’

Austin, Texas today is more synonymous with condos, trendy eateries and tech bros than with the bustling live music scene that put it on the map in the first place. Yet, if you can look past ...

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SONG PREMIERE: HoneyHoney’s Suzanne Santo Shines With Soulful Tune “Best Out of Me”

Suzanne Santo is best known as one half of the Americana duo HoneyHoney, who have spent the last decade touring and recording while steadily building a loyal following. Now Santo is taking things in a ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Portland’s Melville Share Moody Melodic Rocker “Televised”

Portland-based band Melville have gained a solid following and reputation in a relatively short amount of time. This is due to their ability to create music that is rocking and even heavy at times, yet ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Nashville Singer/Songwriter Derek Hoke Sports Mojo & Vulnerability With “I’m Just a Man”

Dark times call for dark songs. At least that’s how East Nashville based singer/songwriter Derek Hoke sees it. On his new album, the portentously titled Bring the Flood (10/13 via Little Hollywood), Hoke dives into a sound far more ominous, threatening, and anxiously introspective ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Eli Cook’s ‘High Dollar Gospel’ Catches Fire & Respects The Traditions

Eli Cook is surely not the first blues singer to evoke legends past and present in his respected genre, but he’s probably one of the few to be guided by a genuine pull of authentic ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Jeremy Pinnell Channels Country and Soul With “The Way We See Heaven”

The best country music artists always seem to carry a touch of lonesome in their voice. Whether it’s Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, or Merle Haggard, there’s always a an indivualistic sound that is both haunting ...

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