DL Rossi’s “Great Lakes State Line” is from new LP, Lonesome Kind. “Once I had a chance to breathe in some life, I exhaled a bunch of songs.”
B.B. Palmer’s new song answers the long-standing question, “What might have happened if Charlie Louvin read the Bhagavad Gita while tripping?”
After the success of his collaborative effort with Ben Lee as Radnor & Lee, Josh Radnor preps debut an EP filled with catchy, observational songs, such as “You Feel New”.
Travis recently engaged in a video interview with producer Steve Lillywhite to discuss their rocking 1997 debut album ‘Good Feeling’.
The uplifting, anthemic “Oceansided” is from Corvair’s new self-titled LP. Member Heather Larimer calls it “a triumphant power-pop anthem about optimism, written by two natural cynics”.
The Pink Stones recall the hazy, beer-soaked sound of 1970s Tulsa with a fresh coat of pain and a wicked sense of humor on “Love Me Hardly”.
The Weeping Willows’ “Black Crow” sports stunning acoustic guitar work, heavenly harmonies, and a haunting melody rooted in American gothic.
Chicago’s the Claudettes take on inequality and fear on “Kept Them in the Dark”, tracked during sessions for 2020’s ‘High Times in the Dark’.
Evie Sands’ first full-length album in two decades is giving the storied artist a new lease on life. The soulful, gritty, and hard-hitting lead single makes the case.