The Australian born, Nashville based singer/songwriter and one of a kind guitar virtuoso Daniel Champagne announces a new live-in-studio album The Heartland Hurricanes.This story all began with a five year old Daniel picking up a guitar.At eighteen he left school, hit the road and hasn’t really stopped since as the following years saw him tour endlessly around the world, playing some of the most renowned festivals and sharing stages with the likes of Lucinda Williams, Ani DiFranco, Rodrigo y Gabriella, The Waifs, Judy Collins, INXS, John Butler and KT Tunstall – all of this while writing, producing and independently releasing two EPs and three albums.
A tranquil listen comparable to early Nanci Griffith, the eighth album from Sarah Pierce strikes pay dirt. Songs about her family’s heritage thread together subtlety in country trappings about a simpler life. Opener “Small Town” points the way, and she never looks back until proclaiming “I Don’t Give My Heart” to just anyone.
She and husband/producer/co-writer/drummer Merel Bregante are joined by Willy and Cody Braun on some tracks, but Pierce remains the sharp heart of Barbed Wire.
This album is packed with great instrumental spaghetti surf sounds and vocal songs with a gothic western twist.
320 kbps | 89 MB | UL | OB | With 1950s pompadour hairstyles and an authentic mix of country, rockabilly and honky-tonk, The Malpass Brothers are “unabashed purveyors of tradition” from Goldsboro, North Carolina, transporting audiences “back 50 years.
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Born of a songwriting challenge, Bay Station finds California-based songwriter/musicians Kwame Copeland (KC) and Deborah Crooks (DC) combining their talents and enlisting the help of several musical compadres to create a diverse form of Americana and rock music. Drawing on their literary chops and post-punk and twang tendencies, they released Your Own Reaction (under their […]
320 kbps | 105 MB | UL | OB | TB | BF Original mandolin music, bluegrass meets rockin’ funk!
Kid Mountain are equal parts alternative, indie, electro pop, and dance. Uniting these genres and extending beyond genre borders, they create fun, explorative songs with an intense attention to structure and form. Naturally, harmonics and overtones play a large role in their music, lending itself to energize their sound.The six members of the band—Cole Wuilleumier, Derek […]