Lilly Hiatt’s Lately offers pandemic inspired poetic reflections on love, desire, and connection in a menagerie of musical styles.
Pokey LaFarge’s mix of esoteric styles takes him all over the planet, from the doo-wop city streets of big cities to the tropical climate of the Caribbean.
Texas singer-songwriter James McMurtry signs with New West and gives us The Horses and the Hounds awash in loud guitars and unparalleled storytelling.
The Wild Feathers’ new single “Another Sunny Day” has a breezy shuffling tempo, beautiful harmony singing, gentle guitars, and wears a great big smile.
Longtime Los Lobos member Steve Berlin talks about relearning the saxophone during the lockdown and the inspiration behind their latest album, Native Sons.
As John Hiatt reflects on memory, loss, and desire, the Jerry Douglas Band’s marvelous playing leads to one of the best albums of the year, Leftover Feelings.
Sara Watkins’ first solo LP in five years, Under the Pepper Tree, is a very relaxed covers record featuring lullabies intended for small children.