Progressive bluegrass band Mountain Heart rove way beyond the confines of the bluegrass genre, adding a bit of soul ala the SteelDrivers and a bit of pure-bred country ala Chris Stapleton.
London's Hero Fisher sings in a deep voice, loaded with emotion and nuance.
Moving Units is set to release their fourth album Damage With Care on April 8th and we've got a supercharged banger to share with you in "Opposite of Rhyming".
Norway's Death By Unga Bunga is a garage rock band playing highly energetic, rough and rowdy rock 'n' roll.
"Voodoo in My Blood" is a trip-hop New Orleans funeral parade with the casket open, brimming with incantatory rhymes and death-hymn melodies.
Ferguson needs protest anthems, and this is a terrific one.
Minor Victories are an agglomeration of new-century post-punk wanderers, and their sound, elusive yet in-your-face, is an anxious stagger through the streets of some urban labyrinth.
Noted American roots artist Eli West creates an intriguing concept album based on the stories of his two grandfathers who were polar opposites.
South London's Lua Sonique have a unique sound among their synthpop brethren.
"Clearest Blue" is a sky-piercing synthpop anthem that behaves so intoxicatingly of-the-moment that to call it timeless would be half-insulting.