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12 June 2020

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Mad River release new single and lyric video

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“It’s a party and you’re invited / Got a reason, get excited / Come as you are!” announce Mad River in their new single and lyric video “Come As You Are” from the album Love Grows. Much as the title of their latest LP would imply, Mad River are giving up nothing but wholehearted emotion in […]

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11 June 2020

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King Ropes releases LP

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Rarely is the case where a cover is better than the original. But stranger things have happened and a great artist can make a great song legendary. That’s the case with Go Back Where They Came From, a 12-song collection of covers from songs that influenced the songwriting of Bozeman, Montana multi-genre band King Ropes. […]

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6 June 2020

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High Fidelity release LP

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As crisp as a springtime breeze, the strings dance with a freewheeling passion in “Tears of Regret,” echoing the same degree of emotion as we hear in “Dear God,” only at a different tempo. Tonal expressiveness is a cornerstone of these two tracks, as well as the galloping “Turkey in the Straw,” “Feudin’ Banjos” and […]

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29 May 2020

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Steve Thomas & The Time Machine Release new Music

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Strutting into focus with a flamboyant string harmony at the forefront of the mix is “I Wonder Where You Are Tonight,” one of the twelve songs comprising the new album from Steve Thomas & The Time Machine, All Of These Years. Rhythm is as big a factor in the interpretation of this song as it is […]

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29 May 2020

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Webster’s Wheel release debut LP

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Sometimes they’re supple and bittersweet, while on other occasions they’re rather buxom and comely. Soft in “Whispers,” sharp as dried pine needles in “Hike Up the Valley,” the guitars that comprise half of every exquisite harmony in Webster’s Wheel’s Rest My Weary I’s are undisputedly some of the best you’re going to hear on an acoustic record […]

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28 May 2020

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Tom Tikka & the Missing hubcaps release 3 Song EP 

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Music has fired Tom Tikka’s imagination since his sixth year when he recalls hearing Paul Anka’s “Lonely Boy” for the first time. Like many musicians and artists inspired by their chosen medium at an early age, this passion for music only grew over time and Tikka eventually achieved a degree of prominence as a member […]

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26 May 2020

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“Why Oh Why” from Walker’s Cay

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Crashing drums. Angst-ridden vocals. Passion-filled basslines that penetrate a fiery riff without mercy. No matter where you look in the punishingly metallic universe created within “Why Oh Why” from Walker’s Cay, menacing musicality is waiting to wash over you. The same can be said for the profoundly progressive “Tell Me” as well, but if you […]

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26 May 2020

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Abernathy/Webb musical partnership release new Album

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The menacing moan of the string harmony in “Wish the Wars Were All Over.” The melodic swing of “Tribulations.” The smoky-voiced introduction that comes in the form of “The Spirit of Appalachia.” Whether instrumental, lyrical, poetic or plain-spoken, there are no shortage of means through which Appalachian Road Show are committed to conveying their musical […]

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22 May 2020

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“Marry Me Margaret” by Randall Wheatley

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Storytelling is an art form as old as humanity itself. It takes a special kind of person to truly give a wild tale a sense of passion and intrigue for the audience they’re conveying it to, and in Randall Wheatley, we find this very person. Wheatley delivers a strange and evocative story unlike any other […]

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