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Lawrence Lynn’s “From Down Home”

A beacon of truth, a teller of daily life, hopes and dreams – folk singer Lawrence Lynn grabs hist listener from the first note and never lets go. His album From Down Home features some interesting twists and turns on traditional music, as well as...

The Wildcat O’Halloran Band’s Deck of Cards

Grooves come crashing down on us with an angsty thrust in the title track from The Wildcat O’Halloran Band’s Deck of Cards, but much like the beat that frames every white-hot riff in “Crunch Time,” the rhythmic assault in the former is only one piece of...

“How a Stranger is Made” (LP) by Luis Mojica

The last few years have been a particularly great time to be a fan of emerging indie musicians, and if you’ve been keeping up with Luis Mojica, you already know exactly what I’m talking about. Mojica cut a marvelous debut in his 2016 LP Wholesome that...

Ricky Comeaux releases If I Ruled the World

An exotic orchestra of synthetic melodies and flamboyant guitar strings washes us in sonic textures in “It’s Over.” Piano keys duel with a soft but formidably toned vocal in “Carolina In the Morning.” Profound drums lead us into the bright lights of the stage in...

“Big Mouth Small Brain” Kevin Hockaday

Sensuous as they are entrancing, the gentle percussive beats that come sliding into focus at the onset of “Big Mouth Small Brain,” the new single from Kevin Hockaday, are enough to make any EDM addict weak at the knees, and while they’re debatably more of...

Greye’s new single “Lucky”

There are a lot of interesting rock hybridity coming out of the woodwork in the American underground at the moment, and you needn’t take more than a casual peek at Greye’s new single “Lucky” to understand exactly what I mean. “Lucky” sports a southern-flavored tempo...

Grinding LP by Schaus

I seem to remember when I first heard Awolnation “Sail” for the first time and being struck by that do-do-do-do- electronic fallout. I felt the same stupefied feeling when I listened to most of the songs on the mammoth album, Grinding, from Oregon’s Scott Schaus....

Heartracer releases new Video and Single “Darling”

In “Darling,” their latest single and music video, Heartracer rely more on rhythmic expressions than they do conventional lyricism to make a statement to their fans, and while the product they created in-studio is very much on par with what they’ve released prior to now,...

Frogbelly and Symphony’s new single-video “Benjamin Went Fishing”

As eclectic as it is endearing to the soul of anyone who loves offbeat alternative content, the music video for Frogbelly and Symphony’s new single “Benjamin Went Fishing” seems to have been tailor-made for the times, but I don’t get the impression that it was...

LVVRS drop new Single & Video

Unconventionally colorful and studded with a textured finish that has become unfortunately uncommon on both sides of the dial lately, the guitar parts in LVVRS’ new track “Iconic” are undisputedly the bedrock of its sensuous appeal, but truth be told, they’re not the only captivating...