Posted in August, 2015

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Barrence Whitfield & the Savages

Barrence Whitfield has been at this garage R&B game for a hard 30 years now. But even though he’s survived three decades of massive sea changes in the music world, … Read more

Salim Nourallah

Skeleton Closet is the first self-produced album by Texan musician, Salim Nourallah. Active and fairly prolific since the early 1990s, Nourallah is known for consistently creating subtle alternative rock anthems … Read more

The Waifs

The Waifs create a subtle folk blend with Beautiful You, featuring a raw intermingling of pure yet gritty vocals, soft guitar and gentle rhythms. With lead vocals shifting from track … Read more

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Lynyrd Skynyrd exploded in Atlanta’s Fox Theatre in 1976 – the three shows distilled into One More From The Road, a legendary live rock album by any standard. But by … Read more

Whitney Rose

It’s no small mark of distinction when you can enlist the Mavericks to participate in your sophomore set. But it’s far more impressive when the sound you produce yourself sounds … Read more

Steep Canyon Rangers

In the emerging world of modern bluegrass, nu-grass and all things Americana, the field of competition appears to have increased exponentially with every passing day. This is the realm of … Read more


Escalating chaos grapples with ethereal purity in the seven gems (or tracks) of Aircraft’s enthralling 2015 disc. Visually, the bending of light comes to mind, slivers warping into tiny prisms … Read more