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Liars – WIXIW (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 31, 2012 with No Commentsas

Liars have returned with their sixth studio album and follow-up to 2010 s critically lauded Sisterworld. WIXIW was recorded in LA and self-produced by the band with additional production from Mute founder Daniel Miller and mixed by Tom Biller. The band worked more collaboratively than on previous recordings and began when frontman Angus Andrew and bassist Aaron
Hemphill moved into an isolated cabin in the mountains to begin writing.

mp3 320 kbps | 102 MB | DF

Indigenous – Featuring Mato Nanji (2012)

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New album from the Native American band fronted by Mato Nanji. This release stretches Mato’s already established musicianship into a hard-hitting, guitar-driven package of musical excursions and playful songwriting. Joining Mato on the opening song is the soulful Jonny Lang. ‘Free Yourself, Free Your Mind’ is a hook laden track providing the groundwork for two true guitar masters to jam it out without borders or fences. The duo has been working together on the Experience Hendrix Tour for a number of years along with other guitar heroes including Kenny Wayne Shepard, Robert Randolph and Los Lobos legend, David Hidalgo. Mato mentions what an honor and learning experience the tour has been for him.

mp3 320 kbps | 161 MB | DF | TB

Sun Gods In Exile — Thanks for the Silver (2012)

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Sun Gods in Exile are:
Tony D’Agostino: Guitars
Adam Hitchcock: Guitars & Vocals
John Kennedy: Drums & Percussion
John Lennon: Bass
Chris Neal: Keys, Slide Guitar, Harmonica, Backing Vocals

mp3 320 kbps | 120 MB | DF | TB

The Washers – Tired Eyes (2012)

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Highly anticipated follow up album to “Devil’s Name”, includes an array of instruments while never neglecting heavy guitar riffs. Great blend of rock and country that some have coined Southern-Americana- Folk-Rock-Tonk. mp3 320 kbps | 131 MB | DF

Wade Bowen – The Given (2012)

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Bowen’s latest album is the sixth studio album of his career and finds him on the path to national stardom, a path most recently taken by fellow Texas Indie country veterans Eli Young Band. Nine of the ten tracks on The Given were written or co-written by Bowen and the recording was produced by Justin Niebank […]

The Georgia Satellites – The Best (2012)

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The Georgia Satellites are a Southern rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, USA. They are best known for their 1986 top five hit single “Keep Your Hands to Yourself”, and draw inspiration from Chuck Berry, Little Feat, and AC/DC, among others. mp3 320 kbps | 118 MB | DF

Doc Bowling & His Blues Professors – Down Home Blues (2012)

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Doc Bowling –  lead vocals, guitar, harmonica Donnie Burke – lead guitar, banjo, backing vocals Simon Minney – bass guitar, whistle, backing vocals Eddie Kulak – keyboards, backing vocals Graham Hadley – drums Susi Sahmland – backing vocals mp3 320 kbps | 91 MB | DF

Kathryn Williams – Presents… The Pond (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 30, 2012 with No Commentsas

Kathryn Williams’ third album to be released through One Little Indian is as different from 2010′s children’s album (recorded with Anna Spencer as The Crayonettes) as that album was from the same year’s The Quickening. Teaming up with married duo Simon Edwards (already a long-time collaborator of Kathryn’s) and Ginny Clee (formerly of The Dear […]

The Honeycutters – When Bitter Met Sweet (2012)

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Amanda Anne Platt – vocals, rhythm guitar Peter James – lead and rhythm guitar, harmony vocals Tal Taylor – mandolin Matt Smith – pedal steel and dobro Nicky Sanders – fiddle Mark Platt – harmonica Je Widenhouse – coronet on track #9 Ian Harrod – bass mp3 256 kbps | 74 MB | DF

Marissa Nadler – The Sister (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 29, 2012 with No Commentsas

Nadler six full-length albums has shown she has a special gift for crafting portraits within her songs. Five of The Sister‘s eight songs are about a clearly defined character. In addition to the burnout rock singer of “Constantine”, there’s the sad soul of “Christine” (“I find you deep inside your den/a home to your bones, […]

Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Chicken -1970 [ Remastered](2011)

Posted by Zorn on May 29, 2012 with No Commentsas

Rufus Thomas’ first album following Stax’s break from the Atlantic had “Do the Funky Chicken” as its centerpiece, so the emphasis upon good-humored dance tunes was unsurprising. There were some weird moments, particularly the down-and-bestial seven-minute update of “Sixty Minute Man” (on which Rufus sounds like he’s singing in tongues), a remake of “Bear Cat,” […]

Virtual Campfire – Burning Hot Tonight (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 29, 2012 with No Comments

The Virtual Campfire, a group who honed their craft amongst the tree stumps and burning embers at hundreds of campsites worldwide. The “VC” breaks the mold of traditional campfire music, singing their original tunes about the naked pregnant women on the moon, the benefits of eating tomorrow’s sandwich today, their brave attempt to reunite North […]

Dan Curcio – Bonfire (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

“Bonfire” was written and recorded in a secluded yurt in Cayucos, CA. For fans of artists such as Ben Harper, Dave Matthews, John Butler Trio, and Van Morrison, this album is sincerely a diamond in the rough. Truly a soulful experience. mp3 320 kbps | 108 MB | DF

Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials – Jump Start (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

The band’s wildly energetic and seriously soulful new CD Jump Start is jam-packed with Lil’ Ed’s incendiary slide playing and rough, passionate singing, as the ragged-but-right Blues Imperials cook like mad alongside him. Produced by Williams and Alligator president Bruce Iglauer, it is a tour-de-force of untamed slide guitar, rock solid rhythms, heartrending ballads and […]

Julie Miller – Blue Pony (1997)

Posted by Zorn on May 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

This is a great album. Beautiful song writing and great melody.The Millers  have not made a bad album. Julie has such a unique voice, both soft, but full of emotion and she is joined with a strong back-up band including Buddy.It is just too bad that this great music is drowned-out by all the garbage […]

Ryan Adams- Ashes & Fire era bonus tracks (2011)

Posted by Zorn on May 28, 2012 with No Commentsas

01. Dirty Rain (Acoustic) 02. Ashes & Fire (Acoustic) 03. Come Home (Acoustic) 04. Rocks (Acoustic) 05. Do I Wait (Acoustic) 06. Chains Of Love (Acoustic) 07. Invisible Riverside (Acoustic) 08. Lucky Now (Acoustic) 09. I Love You But I Don’t Know What To Say (Acoustic) 10. Let it Ride (Acoustic) 11. Till I Found […]

Dolly Parton – An Evening With Dolly (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

This exclusive  CD set can transport you to a front row seat in London as Dolly performs some of her most popular songs “Coat of Many Colors,” “9 to 5,” and “Jolene,” live in front of her sold-out O2 arena concert. Classics like Dolly’s very first million seller, “Here You Come Again” and “I Will […]

Hurray for the Riff Raff – My Dearest Darkest Neighbor (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

New Orleans-based, indie folk outfit Hurray for the Riff Raff was formed by singer/songwriter/banjo player Alynda Lee, a Bronx-raised, Puerto Rican troubadour who left home at 17 to ride the rails, and eventually landed in the Big Easy. After honing her skills on the washboard with a gang of train-yard musicians called the Dead Man’s […]

King Tuff – King Tuff (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

King Tuff is the new record from King Tuff – his first for Sub Pop and his second album overall. “Was Dead”, King Tuff’s 2008 debut, captured the attention of the rock underground and quickly blew through its limited pressing (it now resides on ebay, being snatched up for hearty sums). His gem of a […]

Brandi Carlile – Bear Creek (2012)

Posted by Zorn on May 27, 2012 with No Commentsas

The soulful piano-based track showcases the warmth and subtle power of Carlile s vocals. It is the cornerstone of an earthy collection that embraces all of her musical influences folk, pop, country, rock, gospel and blues. From the spirited “Hard Way Home” and chilling country blues of “Raise Hell” to the poignant “Rise Again” and […]