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Lou Canon Provides Track-by-Track Breakdown of ‘Audomatic Body’

Lou Canon’s third album, Audomatic Body, opens with “The Chorus.” Mimicking the dramatic mechanism of the same name, it features most of the voices that will later be heard on the record, and starts to sketch out motifs...

Emma Swift Channels Dylan on “Queen Jane Approximately”

Emma Swift will tell you she’s never been a prolific writer. When she was going through a particularly difficult and depressive period recently, she was utterly lyric-less. So she decided to channel Bob Dylan for a new...

Easy Love Streams ‘Wander Feeler’ With Track-By-Track

Easy Love is the solo project of Justine Brown, a multi-instrumentalist and DIY artist based in southern California. Wander Feeler, Easy Love’s sophomore album is being released by Loantaka Records on July 10 on 12” vinyl, for paid...

Gasoline Lollipops Get Fired Up Talking About “All The Misery Money Can Buy”

Amid what seems like a never ending stream of media reported public outrage, political conflict, and social disparity, musicians across a plethora of genres are finding different ways to tackle the problematic parts of daily living in the U.S. In the...

Hannah Miller Confronts Unrequited Love in “Fool’s Gold”

“Nothing I could do is ever good enough,” observes Hannah Miller in her haunting new single, “Fool’s Gold,” which sees the Nashville singer-songwriter reckoning with a one-sided relationship.  “Nothing I...

Seela Keeps Everything “Cool” on New Single, Upcoming Sixth Album

It all started with a “song game.” Seela was given the title “Peripheral Vision” and had a week to write and record a demo to share, via email, with her songwriting group. She pieced together something, stashed...

Sarah Walk Finds Her “Unravel” Deeply Therapeutic

During a time of deep therapy and self-discovery, Sarah Walk found herself unraveling everything, including being a queer woman and learning how to set clear boundaries, and narrates this journey on her upcoming album Another Me (One...

Austin City Limits Cancels Hall of Fame Inductions, but 46th Season to Start on Schedule

Austin City Limits has announced it has canceled its 2020 Austin City Limits Hall of Fame Induction & Celebration, slated for October, but will host the gala fundraiser for the long-running series and Austin PBS (KLRU-TV’s new name), on Oct....

Nashville duo Striking Matches Jam Fiery Licks On Fender’s New Acoustasonic Strat

Nashville duo Striking Matches take the Fender Acoustasonic Strat for a ride in the manufacturer's latest video series showcasing independent artists using the innovative new guitar, which combines electric and acoustic sounds with multiple tonal options.

The New Zoom H8 Allows Musicians, Field Recorders And Podcasters To Record Up To 12 Tracks Simultaneously

Zoom is long known as one of the pioneers of portable handheld recording devices.  The new Zoom H8 Handheld Recorder takes their technology a step further and allows a user to record up to 12 tracks simultaneously.
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Bringin’ it Backwards: Interview with Cat Clyde

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