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  • Derek Davis – Resonator Blues

    “Resonator Blues” starts off Derek Davis’ third solo album with pure blues anchored around Davis’ fiery and fluid slide guitar playing. It has a traditional...

  • Safe As Houses – Lucky Lucky

    There’s nothing worse than lukewarm indie rock, and Safe as Houses comes dangerously close to dispatching such nonsensical dribble in their new single and title...

  • Whitebeard – Paris

    Sparkling strings cut through a piano-driven melody, and out of the darkness emerges a gritty vocal that starts to harmonize with them. The tempo is...

  • Brooks Forsyth – So Much Beyond Us

    In his all-new LP So Much Beyond Us, Brooks Forsyth experiments with different influences – ranging from country blues to jazz-inspired eclectic folk – and...

  • Project Grand Slam – PGS 7

    Bassist and bandleader Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam continue impressing modern audiences with their new full length release simply entitled PGS 7. The thirteen song effort brandishes...

  • Victor Pedro – Call Me, I Miss Ya!

    Synthesized strands of melody rain down on us from above. As they make contact with our ears, their sharp tonality gives them a jagged finish...

  • Charlie Marie – Charlie Marie

    Old school twang meets contemporary alternative country crooning in Charlie Marie’s all-new, self-titled EP, which is set to be released this coming May 3rd following...

  • Stars In Toledo – Stars In Toledo

    In the ironically titled “A Peek Behind the Curtain,” Stars in Toledo distribute a sonic smokescreen of larger than life riffs that crush us with...

  • Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers – For The Record

    There’s no need for debate – disciples of the bluegrass faith will be rejoicing this spring to the melodic drawl of Joe Mullins & The...

  • Steel Blossoms – Steel Blossoms

    Steel Blossoms return with their most stylish collection of alt-country ballads and groove-laden Americana anthems yet in their all-new self-titled LP, due out this April...