Bon Iver emerged from the ashes of DeYarmond Edison along with Megafaun. Epoch is an archaeological endeavor documenting the eventual success through devotion to craft.
With Rustin’ in the Rain, Tyler Childers and the Food Stamps have dropped one of the year’s more vital pure country albums. The rich production is impressive.
Hiss Golden Messenger’s Jump for Joy switches up the mood considerably, offering a bouncy set of tracks of youthful enthusiasm and maturing gratitude.
Old Crow Medicine Show have never really changed their old-timey style and show that keeping one’s roots exposed in the musical world can be a smart decision.
As Kelly Willis, Brennen Leigh, and Melissa Carper near the end of their summer tour together, take a deep dive inside one triple playful act making a splash.
Old Crow Medicine Show’s latest live album, Live at Third Man, is culled from a 2022 performance at Third Man Records in Nashville, and it’s a lively gig.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit turn in typically strong performances throughout Weathervanes, featuring Isbell’s finest vocal performances across a full album.
Like that other Austin bar band, Band of Heathens, alt-country’s South Austin Moonlighters rock hard with an electric guitar leading the charge.