The Darnell Boys are a musical blend of folk, bluegrass and Americana, and they’re here to make you dance.
Swamp Rose & Honeysuckle Vine captures the raw, live energy of Talbot’s guitar playing, and has a more stripped-down approach than his previous albums – no drums, fewer string arrangements, and sparse vocal harmonies. Tracking guitar and vocals live and solo, usually in just one or two takes, Talbot then brought in his quartet of Portland all-stars, Anna Tivel (violin, vocals), Sam Howard (double bass) and Lincoln Crockett (mandolin) and Benji Nagel (dobro), whose auxiliary instrumentation is used intentionally and sparingly to great effect, filling in and conversing with the core of Talbot’s playing and singing.
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320 kbps|153 MB| UL | OB | UA | TB Janis Ian – The Bottom Line Archive features the acclaimed singer/songwriter and virtuoso guitarist in performance in 1980, whose artistry over her 50 years of live performances has only improved with age.
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Reissue of a highly acclaimed 2006 concert which saw legendary Cream bassist, vocalist and composer Jack Bruce join forces with the HR-Bigband to perform at the 37th German Jazz Festival Frankfurt. He presents classic Cream songs and other landmarks of his career, in gripping new arrangements. It was a magic moment of dialogue between jazz […]
As Neil Young invests his energy into making “ecologically focused” albums and Ryan Adams slides sycophantically into Taylor Swift’s squad, there’s a gap in the market for an earnest Americana frontman. Rock producer and sometime singer-songwriter Ethan Johns certainly has the creative vision to scale the heights of rootsy solo guitar music, but his lyrical […]
Truckdriver Gladiator Mule compiles Neko Case’s entire solo discography from 1997-2013 on vinyl, issued in a handsome collector’s box complete with an 80-page, self-curated photo book, and an illustrated turntable slipmat. A highly influential songwriter possessing one of rock’s most commanding voices, Case’s evolution from robust, old-time country throwback to noirish, indie auteur plays out […]
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Mockingbird,the third album from the Austin-based outfit. Mike And The Moonpies solidified themselves over the past several years as Austin, Texas’ premier honky-tonk band. Maintaining weekly residencies at iconic venues like Broken Spoke, White Horse and Hole in the Wall all while touring Texas every weekend has made the band tighter than they’ve ever been. […]
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Danny Barnes’ first collection in six years reworks an album from a decade ago. The Seattle-area resident simply strips songs to their essence on the new recording. “I spend a lot of time developing new contexts like the barnyard electronics aesthetic,” Barnes says. “Get Myself Together was my last acoustic-type recording and I wanted to make […]
320 kbps | 101 MB | UL | OB | TB Jessica blends her folk style & classical training to create haunting, soulful songs. Her “evocative, lush, exquisite vocals, accompanied by elegant & impressive guitar playing” create a “meditative backdrop” for her music.
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Apache Dropout are drenched in retro signifiers. They took their name from a song by 1970s Brit group the Edgar Broughton Band and covered 1910 Fruitgum Company, their album art resembles classic poster styles, and their music bleeds history with its fuzzy garage riffs, cardboard-box beats, crackly movie-dialogue samples, and the Roky Erickson-worthy yelps of […]
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320 kbps | 107 MB | UL | OB | TB Robert J. Hunter combines his gruff, powerful and distinct voice with rustic, wild bluesy thud of overdriven guitars to create a truly unique sound.Heavily influenced by Peter Green, Rory Gallagher, The Black Crowes, Howlin’ Wolf, Wilko Johnson to name a few, RJH is no […]
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