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Cedric Burnside and Lightnin

Raised on the raspy hill-country blues of Mississippi, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm have played with many of the greats, and it shows.

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North Mississippi Allstars – Luther Dickinson’s Big Plans (INTERVIEW)

Recorded comfortably in the Zebra Ranch studio operated by Luther's and brother Cody’s father Jim Dickinson, Hernando temporarily postponed the release of a documentary on NMAS. All Stars Front-man Luther Dickinson has recently joined the Black Crowes, appearing on their anticipated Warpaint release, making himself one of rock's most prolific guitarists.

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Drive-By Truckers: Brighter Than Creation’s Dark

Drive-By Truckers may inevitably be hindered by their “southern rock” categorization – it’s unavoidable given their below the Mason Dixon Line album themes – but at these 19 tracks Brighter Than Creation's Dark is what it is…solid, convincingly strong rock and roll.

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Jason Isbell – Sirens of the Ditch (INTERVIEW)

Jason Isbell is untethered and seems to be enjoying his new direction away from the Drive by Truckers. A solo album we've been hearing about for a while,Sirens of the Ditch, finally drops from New West on July 10, and he will also kick off a tour with a new group, the 400 Unit, the day before. The group, which includes Isbell's Muscle Shoals pals Jimbo Hart, Ryan Tillery, and Browan Lollar, will hit major U.S. markets through the end of August, wrapping up in Chattanooga on August 31.

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South: Up Close and Personal

South may not break out of the Brit-pop mold but their recent attempt to make a unique name for themselves is compelling enough to give a listen.

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Mofro: Lochloosa

Mofro sets you down on a rickety porch in the everglades, rocking chair underneath you, and a hot summer breeze rolling over the murky waters.

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