Hayes Carll goes all singer/songwriter on us with his latest album, Lovers And Leavers, but he sure can turn a phrase.
Midwest Farmer’s Daughter by Margo Price is a neo-traditional country album, part auto-biography, part myth, full of her hardships, sorrows and strengths.
More Rock Than Eagle Block by Farmington Hill reminescent of Old 97’s or Jason & the Scorchers, good road-trip music for your next trip across the border.
Even if you think bluegrass isn’t for you, give Town Mountain’s Southern Crescent a try. Their music is more heartfelt & real than many bands in the genre.
Anders Osborne’s Spacedust & Ocean Views is a downtempo, R&B & blues album which still highlights is ability to create a mood with a guitar.
This live show release, mixed from the original masters, is a great example of the Allman Brothers from this era of their lineup.
Lincoln Durham’s Revelations Of A Mind Unravelling sounds like Trent Reznor trying to make an americana album.
A collection of singers with strong wills and strong personalities to do justice to the gospel songs of Blind Willie Johnson
On Another Black Hole, Malcolm Holcombe is full of withering anger, street-wise, and as unshakable as the North Carolina Appalachian Mountains he comes from.
Luther Dickinson’s Blues & Ballads sounds so timeless you might think it’s from a newly discovered stash of Alan Lomax recordings