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77 Bombay Street – Oko Town (2012)

Posted by on December 29, 2012 with No Commentsas

With their second album, album “Oko Town”,folk-pop band 77 Bombay Street fly to a fantasy world from where, full of hope, they can look back on their native country: Earth. It’s at once an infectious folky journey and a giant adventure. mp3 320 kbps | 115 MB | UL

Dalannah Gail Bowen – Them Menz (2012)

Posted by on December 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

Rollicking electric blues with heavy jazz and funk infusions from Vancouver powerhouse vocalist. On her third album, Bowen’s pipes wrap naturally and masterly around styles ranging from raging barrelhouse rave-ups to swampy New Orleans grooves and everything in between. mp3 320 kbps | 118 MB | UL

The Curse – Suck It In Spit It Out (2012)

Posted by on December 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

mp3 320 kbps | 95 MB | UL

Joy Kills Sorrow – This Unknown Science (2011)

Posted by on December 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

Joy Kills Sorrow’s debut album ‘Darkness Sure Becomes This City’ is a strong contemporary American folk album from a young group of musicians, but over the past couple of years they’ve grown, matured and developed as a band.  The results of this are easy to see on ‘This Unknown Science’, and this new album is […]

Jonathan Wilson – Pity, Trials And Tomorrow’s Child (2012)

Posted by on December 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

Tracks: 01 – Isn’t It A Pity 02 – Trials Of Jonathan 03 – Tomorrow’s Child mp3 320 kbps | 35 MB | UL

Wes Swing – Through A Fogged Glass (2011)

Posted by on December 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

Wes Swing is a trained violinist (from age 4), a trained cellist, winner of the 2008 First Amendment Writes songwriting competition and a true experimentalist. Swing makes music that is calming, relaxed and chilled. This is something that could soundtrack a night in with a bottle of red, an intimate dinner or a slow, sleepy […]

Mahogany Frog – Senna (2012)

Posted by on December 27, 2012 with No Comments
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With its sixth album and second release for Moonjune Records, this Canadian outfit once again imparts a steadfast approach to the modern rock idiom. Drawing influences from a boundless array of genres such as psychedelia, ’70s progressive rock, space rock and offbeat inferences to pop-rock, the unit at times demonstrates an unrelenting wall of sound. […]

Rachel Brooke – A killer s Dream (2012)

Posted by on December 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

With A Killer’s Dream, Rachel Brooke builds upon her recent accomplishments while pushing her own songwriting and performances to new heights. Recorded live in the studio, the album crackles with the energy and nimbleness of Rachel and her band, Viva Le Vox, as they jump all over the southern-drawn  musical map. The musicians run through a […]

Kate Campbell – 1000 Pound Machine (2012)

Posted by on December 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

Singer-songwriter Kate Campbell learned the piano at age seven before switching to the guitar as a teenager during the folk-rock heyday of the 70s. On 1000 Pound Machine Campbell returns to the instrument of her childhood and enlists Will Kimbrough to produce the eleven-song disc. Campbell’s subtle piano and crystal-clear voice are accentuated by sparse […]

Allison Burnside Express – Allison Burnside Express (2013)

Posted by on December 26, 2012 with No Commentsas

The project is named after the two prominent artists who are its driving force: Bernard Allison (guitar, vocals) is the son of Luther Allison (1939-1997), who was famous for his rocking take on the blues, a style he originally honed backing up masters like Freddie King and Otis Rush; Cedric Burnside (guitar, vocals, drums) is […]

Ellen Moseley – ‘scuse Me, I Got Somethin’ To Say (2011)

Posted by on December 26, 2012 with No Commentsas

mp3 160 kbps | 113 MB | UL

The Doc Marshals – Look Out,Compadre (2012)

Posted by on December 26, 2012 with No Commentsas

Crooked, glimmering Americana reminiscent of Bonnie Prince Billy, Phosphorescent, and A.A. Bondy. Telecasters, pedal steel, and fiddle join forces with lush choruses to spin tales of last stands, exploding houses, and the calm that forgiveness brings. mp3 160 kbps | 40 MB | UL

The Coral – The Invisible Invasion (2005)

Posted by on December 26, 2012 with No Commentsas

If the Coral’s first album didn’t break them Stateside, then nothing will. The millionth critic to note this, but The Invisible Invasion may prove to be an unfortunately apt title in America, with accent on the invisible. It doesn’t have to, and shouldn’t, be this way. The Coral are doing exciting, creative things that few […]

Eliot Bronson & Yonder Orphans – Milwaukeee (2012)

Posted by on December 25, 2012 with No Commentsas

The swampy Americana of Milwaukee follows nicely on the heels of Bronson’s 2011 solo album Blackbirds, which garnered praise from Paste Magazine, No Depression, Georgia Music Magazine and was named “one of the Top 10 Albums Of The Year By A Georgia Artist,” For the new album Eliot recruited some of Atlanta’s finest musicians to […]

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Emerson, Lake & Palmer 1970 [2CD Deluxe Edition] (2012)

Posted by on December 25, 2012 with No Comments
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Originally released in 1970, the debut album from the newly formed supergroup combined musicianship and showmanship in a glowing ball or energy. The keyboard-dominated instrumentals and romantic ballads clearly showcased each of the three members’ individual talents, and demonstrated the variety of influences each artist brought with them to the band. In addition to a […]

Reverend Gary Davis – An Afternoon With Reverend Gary Davis (2012)

Posted by on December 25, 2012 with No Commentsas

This CD captures the Reverend in the relaxed atmosphere of an afternoon workshop at Allegheney University, Pennsalvania, playing his guitar, harmonica and banjo to an enthralled audience. Within days of this concert the Reverend announced to an audience at the University of Indiana. FLAC + Covers | 163 MB | UL

Otis Taylor – When Negroes Walked the Earth (1997)

Posted by on December 24, 2012 with No Commentsas

Otis Taylor earned acclaim in 2001 when his White African release got picked up for national distribution, but this previous disc could just as easily have been the one to bring him into the spotlight: It was every bit as deep, ambitious, and listenable as White African. Listening to the independently issued When Negroes Walked […]

The Beat Daddys — Root Rubbin’ Ball (2012)

Posted by on December 24, 2012 with No Commentsas

Recommended if You Like: B B King Eric Clapton Lonnie Mack mp3 320 kbps | 133 MB | UL

The Marble Vanity – The Marble Vanity (2012)

Posted by on December 24, 2012 with No Commentsas

The Marble Vanity’s S/T sounds like it could have been financed in ’68 by a French playboy who made millions of Francs in the pharmaceutical industry before retiring to a lysergic life of record mogul-dom and marching with Situationists in the streets. Lisa and Bill Roe (Cococoma, proprietors of Trouble In Mind Records) and Andrew […]

Great Lake Swimmers – Bodies And Minds (2005)

Posted by on December 24, 2012 with No Commentsas

Great Lake Swimmers return with a warm second album, Bodies and Minds, filled with songs of heartbreak, rural nostalgia, and the search for spiritual transcendence. The album picks up where Great Lake Swimmers’ critically-acclaimed 2003 debut left off, featuring gentle, thoughtful compositions and understated instrumentation, while also moving fluidly into alt-country pop territory with sweet […]