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Sarah Dashew - “Roll Like a Wheel” (audio) (premiere)

Tejano, gospel, and West Coast pop converge on the title track from Dashew's new album.

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Ted Russell Kamp: The Low and Lonesome Sound

Ted Russell Kamp strips things back to the basics on his latest, relying primarily on bass and vocals to convey the conviction on these hardbitten, bluesy ballads.

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David Berkeley - “Wishing Well” (video) (premiere)

More than 900 watercolor paintings make up this wondrous new video.

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Angela Easterling - “Common Law Wife” (video) (premiere)

Angela Easterling's autobiographical song is full of charm, humor, and love.

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Brooke Waggoner - “Widow Maker” (audio) (premiere)

The former backing musician for Jack White returns with her fifth solo album.

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Francesca Blanchard - “Now That You Are Gone” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter delves into her family's past on her beautiful new video.

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Ron Pope and the Nighthawks - “Bad Intentions” (audio) (premiere)

Ron Pope returns with a new band, a new album, and one hell of a new single.

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Angela Easterling: Common Law Wife

Easterling takes a tack that classic country songs have pursued practically since the beginning of time: the downtrodden heroine doggedly standing by her man.

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Jill Andrews - “Get Up, Get On” (video) (premiere)

Andrews creates not only a wonderful piece of pop music, but a compelling short film to accompany it.

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Piney Gir - Everyday Witch’ (EP stream) (premiere)

This Halloween EP by the prolific singer-songwriter is a spooky, incredibly fun gem.

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Maia Sharp: The Dash Between the Dates

The fact that Sharp wrote this album during a period of extreme writer’s block makes it all the more remarkable.

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Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson: The Light Princess Original Cast Recording

Tori Amos' music has always been impactful and dramatic, and often incorporates a thematic concept into her work, so composing for a musical was a logical next step.

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Phillip LaRue - “Lighthouse” (audio) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter broadens his sound but keeps the message simple on his latest track.

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22 Oct 2015 // 2:05 AM

Ana Egge: Bright Shadow

Egge wrote these songs with the knowledge that the music would be created with the collaboration of the American roots trio, the Stray Birds

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Sara Lov - “Trains” (video) (premiere)

The former member of Devics returns with a gorgeously photograohed new video.

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Rob Williams - “Sometimes It’s a Song” (audio) (premiere)

The former member of Joe Buck Jr. adopts the role as singer-songwriter-troubadour with ease on his newest track.

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Lindsey Cohen - “Vampire” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter delivers a fun animated video just in time for Halloween.

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David Berkeley: Cardboard Boat

Quiet, contemplative, heartfelt and forlorn, David Berkeley's new effort is built around some of the barest designs imaginable.

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Kim Edwards - “The Sweetest Sound” (video) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter creates a perfect visual complement to her beautiful new ballad.

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13 Oct 2015 // 8:05 PM

Steve Forbert: Compromised

A strong showing from a singer-songwriter with a deep and remarkable catalogue.

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