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Overcoats Releasing ‘The Fight’ to a Different World

Folk-electronica duo Overcoats were supposed to be headlining a tour right now in support of their third release, The Fight, which just came out in March. Instead, members Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell find themselves self-isolating in different states, with Mitchell...

Pokey LaFarge Rises Up On ‘Rock Bottom Rhapsody’

Pokey LaFarge starts off his new album at the “End Of My Rope” and ends it as just one of many “Lost In The Crowd.” In between, he goes to some pretty harrowing places, an arc which...

Watkins Family Hour Showcases a Sibling Symmetry

Music and family possess an interesting dichotomy. On the surface anyway they’re the ties that bind. On the other hand, that sibling relationship sometimes seems to exacerbate the inherent tensions that exist within any band dynamic. The...

Chingy Pairs With Meg & Tyler on “The Woah Down”

Chingy–the St. Louis rapper best known for his breakout hits “Right Thurr” and "The Holidae In"–has teamed up with Nashville country duo Meg & Tyler for a new track called “The Woah Down,” which arrives later this...

John Craigie Premieres “Vallecito” from Forthcoming Summer Record

Songwriters find inspiration in many things, for some it’s other artists, a favorite nostalgic album reminding them of childhood, a work of art in a museum or a the curves of a romantic lover, for John Craigie...

Behind the Song: John Prine, “When I Get To Heaven”

In seventy-three short years, iconic singer-songwriter, Mr. John Prine, chronicled the human experience through song. Prine spoke to the world in common verse. A true poet for the masses. Familiar elements in each of his songs guide...

Down On The Beach, the Sandman Sleeps: Sweet Dreams, John Prine

John Prine stepped over the monitor at the Carefree Theater on Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach, looked down, winked, said, “Hi, Holly!” and proceeded to laugh. He was power-strumming “LuLu Walls,” and he was fired...

Ron Sexsmith Moves On With Stellar New Album, ‘Hermitage’

You’ve probably heard the old adage about location, location and location being so important to real estate. Well, as it turns out, it can apply to songwriting as well. Ron Sexsmith found that out when he moved...

Pokey LaFarge Track-By-Track of ‘Rock Bottom Rhapsody’

Pokey LaFarge is set to release his ninth studio album on Friday, ‘Rock Bottom Rhapsody,’ via New West Records and it is anticipated to continue the ramp up of his already impressive career.

Nick Hexum Reflects on the 30 Years of 311

So much has happened in 30 years. In some respects, it doesn’t seem like any time has passed since 311 hit the scene with their breakthrough, self-titled album in 1995. Already a fixture within their native Omaha...
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Brian Dunne Elevates His Craft On ‘Selling Things,’ Talks New-Normal

As people are being forced to stay home during the COVID-19 crisis, it might be argued that this suddenly...
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