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Bad Religion – True North (2013)

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badBad Religion is a Southern California punk rock band founded in 1979 by Jay Bentley (bass), Greg Graffin (vocals), Brett Gurewitz (guitars), and Jay Ziskrout (drums). They are often credited for being involved in the revival of punk rock and inspiring several subsequent punk bands during the late 1980s, as well as influencing a large number of other punk and rock musicians throughout their career. In the 31 years since its inception, Bad Religion has had numerous lineup changes, and Graffin has been the only constant member, although the band currently features two of the other original members.

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Train Wrecks – Saddle Up (2011)

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TRASavannah Georgia’s The Train Wrecks’ recently released sophomore disc entitled Saddle Up is an alt-country effort that hits all the right spots. Opening with the Cash-inspired “Tennessee Mare” and featuring one of the tightest rhythm sections this side of the Mason-Dixon line in Markus Kuhlmann and Eric Dunn, along with singer Jason Bible’s rusty vocals and Stuart Harmening’s blistering dobro, fans of Uncle Tupelo, Old 97′s, and Steve Earle will not be disappointed.The album has a bit for everyone in the slow country balladry of “Show Me Your Silence” and some nice Southern Rock cowbell and guitar riffage on “Struggle.” Thematically the album focuses on the wild west mixed with a band of troubadours trying to make a living playing music.

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Brady Parks and the IndiAnns – The Mossy Mountain (2012)

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Recommended if You Like:
Bon Iver
Fleet Foxes
Mumford & Sons


 1. Tumbleweed
2. Mossy Mountain
3. Late August Bells
4. The Trail
5. Dear Jane,
6. Oh Anna
7. Dreamcatcher
8. The Airplane in the Sky
9. I See a Mountain
10. A Tree in Tennessee
11. Stay Home

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The Bootheel – Goat’s Lodge (2013)

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Hailing from Springfield, MO, The Bootheel has been playing it’s aggressively-Midwestern brand of rock ‘n’ roll since 2008. Having recorded two EPs at Electrical Audio in Chicago, IL and also playing shows with such notable acts as Murder By Death, Lucero, and William Elliot Whitmore, The Bootheel hopes to prove to its potential audiences that […]

New Coon Creek Girls – The L&N Don’t Stop Here Anymore (1994)

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“… tight vocal harmony, interesting, unpretentious arrangements, solid instrumental work and the ability to play lightning fast… “ Tracks:  1. Twenty dollar man 2. Katie dear 3. Love is a stranger 4. Don’t you ever get tired (of hurting me) 5. I know what it means to be lonesome 6. The song unheard 7. Back […]

Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil – Catch the Presidents (2012)

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Catch the Presidents was recorded at 5 different locations in the Muscle Shoals area of Northwest Alabama over the last 18 months by sound engineer, Ben Tanner. As on the band’s 2010 release, Victims, Enemies, and Old Friends, Doc Dailey and Ben Tanner co-produce and several guests appear including Browan Lollar (formerly of Jason Isbell […]

Nathan Bowles – A Bottle, A Buckeye (2012)

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Nathan Bowles, as a member of Black Twig Pickers and having played with the likes of Jack Rose, is firmly steeped in Appalachian folk and other folk traditions. He’s also played with more out-there acts like Pelt and Pigeons. But, A Bottle, A Buckeye, his first solo record, isn’t quite like anything he’s done before. […]

Jesca Hoop – Complete Kismet Acoustic (2013)

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Jesca Hoop’s 2007 album Kismet stands tall as one of the more eccentric and adventurous debut albums of the decade, an extraordinarily inventive and artful musical statement that, sadly, was never quite understood or subsequently supported by her major label executives at the time. The L.A.-based songwriter’s compositions are, as we’ve noted, “miniature vocal sonicscapes […]