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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SONG PREMIERE: Moon Ruin’s “Occidental” Wows With Crisp Fusion of Beats & Hooks

Moon Ruin’s Slow Down Ego inhabits a world where gauzy vocal washes glide across sinewy melody, soulful horn charts rise from the sonic mist only to fall away as a twinkling piano runs joust playfully ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Great Peacock Soars With Weighty Drunk Anthem “Let’s Get Drunk Tonight” off Second LP ‘Gran Pavo Real’

Spitting stories of love, loss and pain, Nashville’s Great Peacock⎯⎯ comprised of lead singer and guitarist Andrew Nelson, guitarist Blount Floyd, drummer Nick Recio and bass player Frank Keith IV ⎯⎯ challenge the very notion ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Chelan Craft Dark and Dramatic Pop With “Dear Miracle”

It’s been ten years since Olympia, Washington-based band Chelan recorded their first album, with one microphone, in a basement. On May 11th the trio will release their 6th album, Dear Miracle, which finds them returning ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Jesse Kinch Delivers High-Octane Rock and Roll From the Rooftop With “Preaching Like The Pope”

Since he was 8 years old, singer-songwriter and guitarist Jesse Kinch has held down a regular presence within the NYC and Long Island club scene. Now at the age of 23 he has managed to ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Don Gallardo Goes For Classic Country Sound With Twangy Ballad “The Losing Kind”

From the foot of Mount Tamalpais, just north of San Francisco and east of the Pacific shore, to East Nashville’s stubbornly independent community of young artists and musicians, singer-songwriter Don Gallardo’s path has always steered ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Book Club Conjures Formidable Indie Folk On “It Takes a Thief” off Upcoming LP ‘Dust of Morning’

While Book Club’s lineup has changed and expanded over the years, founding frontman, guitarist, singer and songwriter Robbie Horlick’s vision has remained the driving force. His laidback voice, emotive and winsome, alternately evokes a shimmery pastoral beauty ...

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