Alabama Shakes released their sophomore LP Sound & Color earlier this year, and now frontwoman Brittany Howard has just followed that up with the surprise self-titled debut from her side-project Thunderbitch.
Sometimes there comes along a talent that’s just too big to ignore. In this instance the talent belongs to Manchester based singer/songwriter Lauren Housley whose debut album, Sweet Surrender, is simply rich, satin coated chocolate for the ears.From the opening Country styled Nice To See Ya – which has undertones of Shania Twain at her most vampish but is no way a parody, such is the stamp Lauren has placed upon her own style – through to Face The World Alone, a heart-breaking song of such powerful simplicity in its message, but a complex emotional delivery ensures it is one of the most evocative songs out there.
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Orchestral pop group Mother Falcon may be building momentum in anticipation of their forthcoming LP, Good Luck Have Fun, due out in August, but the Austin-based band has been rapidly expanding both in number and in reach since many of its members were just in high school. Now with 22 members (yes, 22), Mother Falcon […]
It has been four years since the Indigo Girls released a new studio album. With the help of visionary new producer Jordan Brooke Hamlin (Lucy Wainwright Roche) and mixer Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, PHOX, Kathleen Edwards), Amy Ray and Emily Sailers have created a landscape of truly original sounds.The album was recorded in studios in […]
One of the many Nashville-based singer-songwriters whose respected stature among critics and fellow artists stands in stark contrast to his rather meager commercial acclaim, Greg Trooper has quietly built a catalog of superbly crafted albums. On his second release for the Sugar Hill label (his eighth overall), Trooper teams up with legendary songwriter/producer Dan Penn […]